Stephanie Davis ‘crying over what if’ as she opens up on tragic miscarriage

Stephanie Davis has provided her followers with an update on her current health condition and said she's "just all over the place right now".

In a recent post uploaded to her Instagram stories on Thursday afternoon, the former Hollyoaks star admitted that she was struggling to get out of bed and she is "crying over what could have been".

Sharing a picture of herself, Stephanie, 28, also mentioned that she is feeling "empty".

Captioning the photo, the star penned: "C*** morning. Still in bed. Crying over what could have been and what if."

"Had a good chat with my mum on the phone and trying to be positive. Going to get out the bed and get myself in the shower and cream my skin as you can see it's so bad and all down to my neck," she explained.

  • Stephanie Davis shares heartbreaking miscarriage as she says 'I feel so lost'

She added: "This isn't going to be the winter I thought it was going to be in my head. I know it will happen again, one day.

"Just all over the place right now and feel sad, Need to get positive and don't want to sound like oh come on get over it already but I just can't help it, feel empty."

In a previous post that she shared in the early hours of Thursday morning the star shared her concerns regarding her close ones not messaging her during her heart-wrenching ordeal

Posting a picture laying in bed she wrote: "Another day in bed.

"Only just woke up…my body clearly needs it. Got the worst stabbing pain on my right hand side. Just want this all to be over with now."

She continued: "Thinking about all those who have messaged me and can't help but lie here and think about those close who haven't, some people are just not nice people obviously.

"Just want these pains to stop now, feel exhausted and emotional drained."

On Monday, Stephanie revealed the heart-breaking news of her miscarriage on Instagram by sharing a touching montage video which included the moment she told her partner Oliver Tasker that they were expecting.

But within the video she shared a lengthy caption that explained that she had lost her unborn child.

The mother-of-one who is known to fans for playing the role of Sinead O’Connor in Hollyoaks wrote: "We only told close friends and family as wanted to wait till the 12 weeks safety mark even though I thought of course it would all be fine. I was so happy.

"Unfortunately I started getting pains and was under the hospital were they were keeping a close eye on on me.

"Scans and lots of bloods later I had the dreaded phone call of the hospital saying that my levels were dropping drastically, and sadly my pregnancy is no more."

She added: "Then it was just the waiting game to start bleeding and loose what I dreamt about and was so happy about."

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