Former Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis took to Instagram to share the news of her recent rush to the hospital.
After she was taken to hospital via ambulance and put on oxygen, the star posted from her hospital bed, describing how she was in “so much pain” after testing positive for Covid.
Stephanie is best known for playing the character of Sinead O’Connor in Hollyoaks until 2019.
In her pyjamas and a dressing gown, the star tried to detail her symptoms as she found it hard to talk through an oxygen mask.
She said: "Last night I had a bit of a headache before bed and my sinuses – and I woke up so ill and had to call an ambulance basically."
She said that she had tested positive for covid and went on to explain: "I feel really ill, like I've been run over. I can't touch my skin as it's killing me.
"I'm just in so much pain – oh my god, this is horrible. It happened so quick, I don't know, I just woke up and couldn't move."
She said she had initially dismissed her irritation as a chest infection and wasn’t until she got to the hospital that she was tested positive for Covid.
She followed up with a second video where she managed to go without the mask and speak to fans after receiving medication.
She showed the IV drip in her arm and said: "They've started me on some fluids and some painkillers to try and help the pain."
"Did anyone else have sore skin? I feel like I can't touch my skin," she said.
She finished the video saying she still suffered from pain in her chest but she felt a bit better after using the oxygen nebuliser.
She has yet to post again updating fans as it seems she is still in hospital recovering from the situation.
Stephanie is a proud mum of one to son Caben-Albi George Davis, who she shares with her ex Jeremy McConnell.
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