Lauren Goodger asserts that she “needs to comprehend” why her newborn died just hours after birth, despite a “textbook” pregnancy and delivery. Former member of the cast of The Only Way is Essex has requested additional medical testing to determine the cause of her daughter Lorena’s death. Despite her desire for home delivery, she was transported to the hospital during labor.
The 35-year-old indicated: “I went into hospital thinking I would come home with a baby girl, but I came home with nothing. “Lorena was a healthy baby and it was a textbook pregnancy.” She stated that the baby’s cause of death was still unknown and that she was conducting an autopsy to determine why Lorena died.
She said: “This is why I am having an autopsy. I need to understand, medically, how she died for my own sanity.” Goodger stated that the 9-pound infant appeared “like she was sleeping”, adding, “I thought she’d wake up”.+ She continued: “This has been the most traumatic experience of my life.
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“Since Lorena passed away, I have had so many messages from other women who have gone through this too. “I want to talk about her death to help other parents out there going through this. I want them to know they aren’t alone.” Goodger announced on Instagram earlier this month that her daughter had died shortly after birth, sharing a devastating photo of herself holding the infant’s hand.
Her ex-partner Charles Drury expressed his sorrow over his daughter’s passing on Instagram, adding, “she will always be with us.” At the beginning of this year, Goodger announced that she was pregnant with her second child, Larose, just eight weeks after giving birth to her first kid.
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She became famous on TOWIE, a scripted reality show depicting the ups and downs of a group of Essex-based pals, and was one of the show’s initial cast members when it premiered on ITV in 2010. Gemma Collins and Amy Childs, as well as Geordie Shore’s Vicky Pattison and Charlotte Crosby, among others, expressed their condolences to the sad actress.
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ estimates that approximately 100 of the 700,000 infants delivered in the United Kingdom each year die from difficulties during labor.