Coronation Street’s Carla Connor DIES in shock medication suicide twist?
Coronation Street’s Carla Connor has put her life in danger as she suffers a mental breakdown on the soap.
The Coronation Street cast member is blaming herself for the death of Rana Habeeb (Bhavna Limbachia), who was crushed to death as the factory roof fell on top of her.
As Carla struggles to cope, it will be revealed she has stopped taking her life-saving medication following her kidney transplant last year, as she finally tells her best friend Roy Cropper the truth.
They continued: “After her kidney transplant from Aidan, they were the things keeping her healthy and not taking them could cause her kidneys to shut down, or she could even die.
“He’s going to be terrified she could end up needing another transplant if she doesn’t get back on her medication.”
Is Carla going to die after not taking her medication for such a long time?
Last year, Carla was donated the kidney by her brother just before he took his own life in shocking scenes.
Carla had been told the devastating news she would die from kidney failure unless she had a transplant urgently.
She was left heartbroken as she realised Aidan had held on from his suicide for a few months so he could save her life.
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