'Scary times': Danielle Lloyd hospitalised after doctors find blood clot during breast operation
Danielle Lloyd was hospitalised this week after doctors discovered a blood clot during a scheduled breast operation.
The WAG, 28, was receiving transfusions on this evening after losing a lot of blood, she revealed on her Twitter page.
Miss Lloyd sparked concern among her fans on Thursday afternoon when she tweeted simply, 'blood transfusion.'
Health scare: Danielle Lloyd has been hospitalised after doctors found a blood clot during a scheduled breast operation
She then added that she was in a hospital bed and missing her family.
After receiving a barrage of messages from concerned followers, Danielle explained: 'Thanks 4 ur support had a scheduled breast op but Dr's found a blood
clot & I lost lots of blood so now having a transfusion am in good
hand & I will hopefully be home to my family tomorrow scary times love my family so much' (sic).
While she told fans that she was bored in hospital, it seems the mother-of-two was remaining cheerful, joking about her blood transfusions.
Hospitalised: The 28-year-old tweeted updates to fans
She tweeted: 'Making the nurse laugh telling her to get another red wine(blood) on the
go!! She thinks am crazy that what 3 days in hospital does to u!'
Danielle even posted a picture of her IV bag, writing that she was 'one down, one to go' before she would hopefully be discharged to go home to her family.
The former Celebrity Big Brother contestant revealed in a recent interview that she was planning on having further breast surgery before her wedding to fianc Jamie O'Hara.
'One down, one to go': Danielle even posted a picture of her IV bag
She previously went under the knife in 2007 to boost her 32AA size to a D, but admitted her breasts had changed since becoming a mother.
'I’d like to get my boobs redone before the wedding,' Danielle said in January. 'They’re still in good shape, but they’ve stretched a bit due to breastfeeding. I’m a D-cup now and happy with that, so I want to stay around the same size.'
This is not the first health scare the family have suffered. In July last year, Danielle and Jamie's second son Harry was born 10 weeks premature and remained in intensive care for five weeks.