Paloma Faith hospitalized again after fearing she’d gone into labor
Paloma Faith has revealed she was sent to hospital for a second time after fearing she’d gone into labor due to
The singer, 39, said she was told by doctors that she had a ‘super-thin’ womb lining due to ‘scarring’ from the
birth of her first child four years ago, but ruled out the possibility of pre-term labor.
Paloma said she’s ‘focused’ on carrying her baby to full-term and protecting herself from COVID-19 after
announcing she was pregnant following six rounds of IVD.
Paloma, who fell pregnant after six rounds of IVF, took to Instagram to share details of her latest trip to the
hospital. Looking glamorous in a 70s-inspired printed shirt and printed skirt, she explained how she was
“rigged up to machines”.
Had a little trip to the MFAU this week with some cramping,” she wrote. “They ruled out preterm labor (phew)
and rigged me up to the machine for a bit.
“In the scan, it shows that the womb lining is super thin around the scarring from the last birth and that means
it’s pretty weak. “Maybe the baby being so big (everyone says wow super long legs when they scan me) is putting
pressure on it and making it a bit crampy.
“But what I do know is the hospitals are doing an incredible job in all this at keeping the maternity-related wards
so clean and so calm given that the other day we had the highest death toll of covid related deaths so far.