Chris Ramsey’s wife Rosie says miscarriage is the worst thing

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Chris Ramsey’s wife Rosie discussed the details of his 2018 miscarriage – admitting the tragedy is the “worst thing that ever happened in his life.”

The author and podcaster appeared on Vicky Pattison’s new podcast, The Secret To:, during which she admitted that she was determined to speak openly about her grief so that she could help other women.

Rosie, née Winter, has been married to Chris, 33, since July 2014 and they share a four-year-old son Robin, whom she talked about during the chat, while revealing the details of the lockup in the Ramsey house and how they got there. faces.

Truth: Chris Ramsey’s wife Rosie discussed details of her 2018 miscarriage – admitting the tragedy is “the worst thing that ever happened in her life”

In August 2018, Chris announced that Rosie had a miscarriage at 12 weeks pregnant and admitted that the “cruelest thing” about the loss was that Rosie still had a baby bump after her body failed. not realize that she had suffered from an infected egg.

An infected egg is a condition in which a fertilized egg implants in the uterine wall but the embryo does not develop, usually due to chromosomal abnormalities.

After the tragedy, Rosie also shared a picture of her hand in the hospital and added a caption: “I was admitted to the hospital a few days later to start the procedure. It was horrible. Cramps, vomiting, fainting, fever, really not nice…

“After 5 tablet cycles over 20 hours, the doctors told me that it had not worked as effectively as they had hoped. I was then taken to surgery to remove everything. It’s finally over.

Important: In August 2018, Chris announced that Rosie had a miscarriage at 12 weeks pregnant and admitted that the `` cruelest thing '' about the loss was that Rosie still had a baby, after her body was gone. didn't realize that she had suffered from an infected egg.

Important: In August 2018, Chris announced that Rosie had a miscarriage at 12 weeks pregnant and admitted that the “cruelest thing” about the loss was that Rosie still had a baby after her body was gone. not realize that she had suffered from an infected egg

“I feel emotionally and physically exhausted. I have so much sympathy for the other couples who have gone through / going through this because I did not know that it involved so much heartache.

On the podcast, Vicky said, “Rosie, I think one of the things I love about you so much, and I don’t want to end the podcast without talking about it …

“Is how transparent and sincere you are, even with the things that are a little difficult in your life and it is admirable …

“A few years ago, I remember I ran into you at an airport, and you were very excited when you told us that you were expecting a baby and that things didn’t work?”

Sweet: On the podcast, Vicky said, 'Rosie, I think one of the things I love about you so much, and I don't want to end the podcast without talking about it'

Sweet: On the podcast, Vicky said, ‘Rosie, I think one of the things I love about you so much, and I don’t want to end the podcast without talking about it’

In a typically candid style, Rosie, who shares a podcast with Chris called S ** gged Married Annoyed, said, “I had a miscarriage. I discovered in the 12 week scan that I had really lost the baby, it’s called a withered egg which is a missed miscarriage…

“The baby died around 7 or 8 weeks old, but I still had the pregnancy bag inside, so my body still thought I was pregnant, but there was no baby there…

“Honestly, I don’t want to sound dramatic, but one of the worst things that has ever happened in my life. You hear about women when you reach a certain age.

Being aware of the situations, Rosie continued, “When I was in my twenties, my friends and family weren’t really trying for babies. But when you are in your thirties, when you get a little older, you hear miscarriages all the time …

Concentrated: At the announcement, Chris added that his young son Robin was a welcome distraction from his grief, but said he still does.

Concentrated: At the announcement, Chris added that his young son Robin was a welcome distraction from his grief, but said he still does.

“And before I got mine, I used to hear about it and I thought, oh, it’s really awful.” But then you would crack and think about it no more. But honestly, when it happens to you it’s really awful …

“As soon as you find out that you are pregnant, you imagine the life of all this baby, it happens to you. And even a miscarriage at 4 weeks can be devastating, because it’s long. Even a week is a long time for your thoughts to run away with you and imagine this baby life.

Rosie revealed that her fans and followers noticed her absence when she cried, as she said, “So it was difficult and I was really active on social media back then and I didn’t been on a week and everyone was like, are you okay?…

“You know when you haven’t been and you get messages like that, are you okay?” And Chris and I discussed it and I was like, I think I’m just going to tell people because I’m like that anyway. I’m very heart in my sleeve…

United: the couple has been married since 2014

United: the couple has been married since 2014

“I don’t really have a lot of secrets as such, I’m very close to what happened, but I just thought that I’m going to tell people and it’s not a shame, it’s happened to 1 in 4 women. And the response we received was overwhelming and a lot of people were telling me about their experiences and it really helped…

“For me, it was a bit like therapy. By hearing about all these other people who have experienced it and by hearing from people who were like, I have another child after mine. So it was very positive and it really helped us personally. ”

When Vicky asked about her relationship with Chris, Rosie said, “Oh my God, you know what? Before the lock, I would have told you that it was absolutely wonderful, I love it so much! Thirteen weeks, I want to rip his face off if I’m honest! Haha! …

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Her love: when Vicky asked her about her relationship with Chris, Rosie said,

Her love: when Vicky asked her about her relationship with Chris, Rosie said, “Oh, so you know what? Before the lock, I would have told you that it was absolutely wonderful, I love it so much! Thirteen weeks, I want to rip his face off if I’m honest! Haha! ”

“He always has his beautiful pieces, he’s a little lamb, he doesn’t care. He’s dead and because people just know Chris on stage and you know him personally, but he has his little connections and his anxiety, all that stuff …

“Which, I think, just makes him better at what he does. Because if he didn’t have them, I don’t think he would be as good at his job. He’s just very nice! …

“I can really sit down and be like, I have a great marriage. I’m really impressed, we are together as we approach our 6th wedding anniversary this year.

For help and support, please call the Miscarriage Association on 01924 200 799.

Vicky Pattison: The Secret To is available for listening on A casting and all the major podcast platforms. New episodes are released every Thursday

What causes a “withered egg”?

Miscarriage occurs for many reasons and a “withered egg” is a description given of a pregnancy loss where the baby stopped growing very early and never evolved to the point where he could be seen at exam, or over time, it was absorbed, leaving just the pregnancy bag.

There is no particular implication for this type of miscarriage compared to others where bleeding is more frequent or where an embryo is clearly identified.

Miscarriage occurs most often because there was an inadequacy of genetic material at the time of conception – due to nothing more than bad luck.

Unfortunately, human reproduction is actually quite ineffective and up to half of conceptions will never happen.

The important thing to remember is that it was not your fault. You do not have a miscarriage because you were too active, did not get enough rest, or were stressed.

It wasn’t the bottle of wine until you knew you were pregnant. It’s just due to bad luck. Most women who have a miscarriage continue to have a healthy pregnancy the next time.

If a miscarriage occurs early, you often don’t need an operation (D&C) to clear things up. Nature will take care of it when you bleed or in the next period. It is prudent to start again once you feel emotionally ready.