The Veronicas’ Lisa Origliasso reveals she was rushed to hospital due to ectopic pregnancy | Daily Mail Online

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The Veronicas’ Lisa Origliasso has revealed she recently suffered an ectopic pregnancy after falling pregnant with her husband Logan Huffman’s child. 

An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilised egg implants outside the uterus – often in the fallopian tube – and can lead to serious health risks for the mother. 

The Australian singer, 35, revealed her heartbreaking news via Instagram on Sunday, telling fans that she didn’t want to pretend her life was ‘perfect’ on social media.  

‘I knew something was wrong’: The Veronicas’ Lisa Origliasso, 35, has revealed she recently suffered an ectopic pregnancy after falling pregnant with her husband Logan Huffman’s child. Pictured: Lisa and Logan 

‘A month ago all of our dreams seemed to have come true. We’d found out I had fallen pregnant,’ Lisa wrote. 

Having tied the knot in November 2018, Lisa and Logan were ecstatic to be starting the next chapter of their lives together. 

‘We cried, laughed and held on to each other in pure excitement that we were going to be starting a great journey’, she continued.  

Heartbreaking: The Australian singer, 35, revealed her heartbreaking news via Instagram Stories on Sunday, telling fans that she didn’t want to pretend her life was ‘perfect’ on social media

However, the Untouched songstress soon began experiencing excessive bleeding. 

‘My heart sank and I knew something was wrong,’ Lisa recalled.  

After several blood tests, Lisa and Logan were eventually told the news they were dreading- that it was an ectopic pregnancy. 

‘A month ago all of our dreams seemed to have come true. We’d found out I had fallen pregnant’: Having tied the knot in November 2018, Lisa and Logan were ecstatic to be starting the next chapter of their lives together

‘My heart sank’: However, the Untouched songstress soon began experiencing excessive bleeding  

‘I needed urgent medical attention to prevent it from becoming critical. I was immediately admitted to hospital,’ Lisa wrote, adding: ‘Sometimes in life no matter which way we step, no matter what choice we make, we’re destined to hurt.’  

Lisa went on to describe the experience as one of the darkest times of her life. 

‘Inevitably, I know one day we will have a family. But it just wouldn’t feel right to share the good news in the future, without paying respect, love and bringing awareness to the heartbreaking journey so many women and couples face everyday,’ she wrote.  

‘I needed urgent medical attention to prevent it from becoming critical’: Lisa revealed she was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery after being diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy 

Symbolic: The Queensland-born star also shared a photo of the fiddle leaf plant and garden chair she put in her garden as a symbol of her pregnancy

Lisa and Logan got married at a hipster ceremony on the Sunshine Coast in November 2018.

The spiritually diverse day incorporated a smorgasbord of religions, from Christianity and Buddhism to Shinto and Hinduism, and was officiated by a high priestess. 

‘An integral part of our pre-ceremony above all else, was to show respect to the rightful owners of the land on which we wed,’ said Logan afterwards. 

The brunette performs with her twin sister Jessica in pop band The Veronicas. 

If you or someone you know is struggling, contact SANDS, an independent organisation that provides support for miscarriage, stillbirth and newborn death. You can call them on 1300 072 637 or visit www.sands.org.au 

Happy times! The couple married at a hipster ceremony on the Sunshine Coast in November 2018, and then honeymooned at the $795-per-night Nightfall camp in Queensland

The Veronicas’ Lisa Origliasso reveals she was rushed to hospital due to ectopic pregnancy

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