Note: This article contains spoilers from Australian-pace Home and Away episodes, which some UK readers may prefer to avoid.
Home and Away's Tori Morgan has been told that she's at risk of going into early labour in today's Australian episode (June 17).
Tori (Penny McNamee) received the news on the day of her 20-week pregnancy scan, leaving her stressed over the possible repercussions for her and Robbo's baby.
Monday's episode on Channel 7, which broadcasts Home and Away in Australia, saw Tori told that her cervix is short.
This may be a potential risk to the baby, as Tori could go into premature labour and her child wouldn't survive at this early stage.
Although this means that Tori's pregnancy is high-risk, she and Robbo also received some reassuring words from the obstetrician.
For the time being, Tori will be put on progesterone and require plenty of rest for the sake of the baby.
Further on down the line, there's also the possibility of a procedure to address the situation. However, the doctors have decided to concentrate on non-invasive measures first and keep a close eye on Tori in the meantime.
After a stressful day, Tori later called Robbo (Jake Ryan) and revealed their baby's sex for the first time, confirming that they're having a baby girl.
Robbo was overwhelmed with joy as Tori tried to put his mind at rest, assuring him that their little girl will be fine.
Home and Away fans in the UK will see these scenes on July 17, as episodes on Channel 5 are currently airing a month behind the Australian screenings.
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia).
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