Love Island star reveals terrifying cancer scare as she goes for biopsy after warning from doctors | The Sun

LOVE Island star Amy Hart revealed her terrifying eye cancer scare to fans as she went for a biopsy – after a warning from her doctor.

The 30-year-old is preparing for the worst and hoping for the best after a cervical biopsy found she had "high grade cells".

That was last year, when the doctor warned her not to get pregnant – shortly before discovering she was expecting.

Having gone back for more tests since giving birth, Amy said she doesn't believe the scan looked any worse than last year.

Updating fans on what happened at her appointment, Amy said: "I did more biopsies today and then I'll have them out at the next procedure.

"If they're not CIN then that's a bonus isn't it?"


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CIN stands for Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, which is usually caused by certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV).

Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia is not cancer, but may become cancer and spread to nearby normal tissue.

Amy couldn't have her high grade precancerous cells removed while pregnant with Stanley because it could result in miscarriage if removed.

In 2021 the reality star spent £12,000 freezing her eggs because of her family's history of early menopause. 

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Despite her fertility fears, Amy conceived naturally and gave birth to her first child with boyfriend Sam Rason.

The 30-year-old villa favourite gave birth in March, telling fans they are "so in love".

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