Stephanie Davis: I'm 'done' with men

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 22 November 2016
Stephanie Davis

Stephanie Davis

Stephanie Davis insists she is "done" with men and is just focusing on preparing for the arrival of her little boy

Stephanie Davis is "done" with men.

The former 'Hollyoaks' actress insists she isn't focused on a relationship right now and is using all her energy getting ready for the arrival of her baby boy.

She said: "I'm not interested in meeting a man. My mum thinks someone will come into my life once the baby's born, but I'm not bothered. I'm done with men for now!"

The 23-year-old star was rushed to hospital recently with complaints of severe stomach pain and she admits she was "hysterical" thinking something was wrong with her child.

She added: "I was hysterical thinking something was wrong. I didn't know if I was going to lose the baby or if he was okay. They think it might be colitis [inflammation of the colon], so I'm having more tests and a colonoscopy done soon. Hopefully that will give some clues."

And Stephanie is so excited about her baby boy's arrival as she feels like she's "had the longest pregnancy in the world".

She told the new issue of OK! magazine: "I can't wait to hold him in my arms now. I feel like I've had the longest pregnancy in the world but I'm on the home stretch now."

Meanwhile, Stephanie previously recounted her hospital visit and admitted her pain was so bad that she started vomiting.

She said: "I ended up going to hospital and I'm still waiting for some results. They couldn't give me too many drugs because I'm pregnant ... They took me straight up to the delivery ward because the blood was coming out and the pain was that bad I was vomiting, everything was pushing down there so water came out.

"My blood pressure went really really low and then my white blood count was really high. Everything was showing that something was wrong. They think I've got Colitis which flares up every now and then but they're not sure yet, they're waiting on other results. I'm booked in to have a camera up that way."

Read the full story in this week's OK! Magazine - out on Tuesday (22.11.16).

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