‘It is the only thing keeping our baby safe’: Chloe Goodman reveals she has to have cervical stitch removed after suffering complications at 21 weeks pregnant   

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Chloe Goodman was left ‘devastated’ when doctors told her she would have to remove her cervical stitch, which was ‘the only thing keeping our baby safe’.

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The reality star, 28, who is 21 weeks pregnant with her second child, is in the high-risk category after she had to remove half of her cervix four years ago when cancer cells were found.

On Tuesday night, Chloe told her followers on Instagram that she and fiancé Grant Hall have had the “worst result” and were “heartbroken”.

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Concerned: Chloe Goodman is left ‘devastated’ after being told by doctors she’ll have to remove her cervical stitches, which are ‘the only thing keeping our baby safe’

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Chloe, who shared her baby’s ultrasound, wrote: ‘Worst result confirmed today… 21 weeks pregnant and they’ll have to remove my cervical stitch next week, the only thing keeping our baby safe … absolutely devastated.

‘I promise that I will do everything I can to keep you alive, my dear. Have to do one more operation, but we have been here many times and we will get through it.

‘my heart is breaking’.

Health: The 28-year-old reality star, who is 21 weeks pregnant with her second child, a high-risk pregnancy, had to remove half of her cervix when doctors found cancer cells.

Health: The 28-year-old reality star, who is 21 weeks pregnant with her second child, a high-risk pregnancy, had to remove half of her cervix when doctors found cancer cells.

Devastated: On Tuesday night, Chloe told her followers on Instagram that she and fiancé Grant Hall have had the 'worst outcome' and were 'heartbroken'

Devastated: On Tuesday night, Chloe told her followers on Instagram that she and fiancé Grant Hall have had the ‘worst outcome’ and were ‘heartbroken’

Tough: Chloe, who shared her baby's ultrasound, wrote: 'Worst result confirmed today... 21 weeks pregnant and they have to remove my cervical stitch'

Tough: Chloe, who shared her baby’s ultrasound, wrote: ‘Worst result confirmed today… 21 weeks pregnant and they have to remove my cervical stitch’

‘People have probably wondered why Grant and I are making this pregnancy quieter than when I was carrying Isla and it’s because we’re in really uncertain times and unknown waters because the surgeons took those Haven’t dealt with the problems that I am currently facing. This baby week to be alive.

‘I will explain in more detail tomorrow’.

Extremely premature babies are born at 23 to 28 weeks.

Chloe, who is already a proud mother to 16-month-old daughter Isla, announced her pregnancy last month and touched on the difficulties she was facing.

High risk pregnancy: Chloe, who is already a mother to 16-month-old daughter Isla, announced her pregnancy last month and talked about the difficulties she was facing.

High risk pregnancy: Chloe, who is already a mother to 16-month-old daughter Isla, announced her pregnancy last month and talked about the difficulties she was facing.

Former Ex On The Beach star told close magazine: ‘They have to keep stitching up with Isla because of the scar tissue and I still don’t have much left, so I’ve been told I won’t be able to take it again after pregnancy. This will be our last child.

Four years ago, Chloe had to have half of her cervix removed because doctors found during a routine smear test she had high grade three abnormal cells that, if left untreated, could lead to cervical cancer.

The medical procedure means a higher risk of miscarriage before three months of pregnancy and increases the chances of premature birth.

Chloe previously expressed how important it is to go in for smear tests, revealing: ‘They said within three years I would have had cervical cancer. So by the time I was 28, I would have had cervical cancer. Jade Goody was 27 when she died.

“I really want to emphasize that the age should be brought down to 21, not 25. My first smear test shouldn’t be so severe where I lose half my cervix for the first time.’

Proud mum: Chloe rose to fame on Ex on the Beach and Celebrity Big Brother, but has taken a step back from reality TV in recent months after welcoming her daughter Isla.

Proud mum: Chloe rose to fame on Ex on the Beach and Celebrity Big Brother, but has taken a step back from reality TV in recent months after welcoming her daughter Isla.

Chloe rose to fame on Ex on the Beach and Celebrity Big Brother, but has taken a step back from reality TV in recent months after welcoming her daughter Isla with her footballer fiancé Grant last year.

Chloe met Grant after buying a house next to her father and got engaged in 2020, three months before their daughter was born.

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