Jessica Cronshaw Obituary, Death – It is a tale that is heartbreaking in addition to being shocking. A young elementary school teacher who is struggling with an extreme illness that can have a significant impact on the health of expecting moms and who is driven to the depths of despair. And last, the most terrifying conclusion of them all. Jessica Cronshaw, who was only 26 years old and 28 weeks pregnant when she passed away in November, was stillborn. An investigation by the coroner into the specifics of the case, which will ultimately determine what caused the death, will now take place.
However, her bereaved family, who are still reeling from the nearly unfathomable loss they suffered, assert that her condition was not properly managed, which contributed to her mental health deteriorating, and that this contributed to their suffering. “Jessica was overjoyed to learn that she was going to be a mother. Even though it wasn’t in the plans, we couldn’t have been happier. Eddie Leck, her companion of 30 years, who lived in Wigan with her, recalls that she often fantasized of having a huge family.
Earlier this month, Jessica Cronshaw, who was 26 years old and pregnant with her daughter Elsie, passed away from complications related to hyperemesis gravidarum. Elsie was 28 weeks and five days along in her pregnancy at the time of their deaths (HG) The ailment is arguably best recognized for having affected Catherine, Princess of Wales, who was hospitalized for several days in 2013 while she was pregnant with her first child, Prince George. Pictured above in April 2013, Catherine was hospitalized with the condition.
The ailment is arguably best recognized for having affected Catherine, Princess of Wales, who was hospitalized for several days in 2013 while she was pregnant with her first child, Prince George. Pictured above in April 2013, Catherine was hospitalized with the condition.
Jessica did not have a history of mental health difficulties before to her pregnancy, according to her cousin Steffi Scott-Miller, who is 28 years old. Steffi describes Jessica as a lady who is “motivated and ambitious” and who “lit up the room with her sense of humor.” However, only a few weeks into her pregnancy, she started constantly throwing up, felt queasy “with the slightest movement,” and “couldn’t keep anything down.” Her mother, Susan, is 55 years old and says that until roughly month four, she was unable to even get out of bed or make it down the stairs, let alone go to work.