Coronation Street fans have voiced their concern about much-loved character Gemma Winter.
Viewers have taken to Twitter to have their say after new mum Gemma has been seen struggling after having quadruplets.
Soap watchers suspect the soap might be lining up a mental health storyline for Gemma and are worried that she may have postnatal depression.
"Seriously now; I think Gemma has Post Natal Depression," said one viewer.
"I hope we're not heading into a post-partum depression storyline with Gemma," said another.
"Gemma's having a breakdown. Is she suffering from postnatal depression? asked another viewer.
Gemma was in tears last week after she and her partner Chesney Brown were told that one of their quadruplets has permanent profound hearing loss in both ears.
The doting mum was heartbroken to realise her son Aled had never heard her tell him 'I love you' like his siblings.
A tearful Gemma, played by Dolly-Rose Campbell, reminded Chesney that they were warned of complications before the quads were born prematurely.
"If we had the selective reduction when it was offered, at least then he'd be free of me," she wept.
Realising her harsh words, the distraught mum quickly apologised and told Chesney she hadn't meant what she had said.
"Congratulations to @SamAston93 and @dolly_campbell on tonight's episode. I'm busted. Takes a lot make me cry but this did.
Gemma, who arrived in Weatherfield in 2014, gave birth to the quads Aled, Bryn, Cleo and Carys in October.
The kebab shop worker’s waters broke in a cable car high above the Welsh seaside town Llandudno.
Postnatal depression can start at any point in the first year after giving birth and may develop suddenly or gradually.
Among the symptoms is speaking negatively all the time and claiming that they're hopeless.
As well as postnatal depression, a number of other mental health conditions can also develop after giving birth including postpartum psychosis which has combination of bipolar-like symptoms of feeling depressed one moment and very happy the next, delusions and hallucinations.
Anyone who thinks they may have developed an anxiety disorder or OCD after childbirth are urged to speak to their GP or health visitor
and to contact their GP immediately if they think they or someone they know may have postpartum psychosis, as it's a medical emergency.
If this isn't possible, they should call call NHS 111 or your local out-of-hours service.
And if they think there's a danger of immediate harm, call 999.