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Emmerdale fears for Cathy Hope as fans 'work out' real health diagnosis

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Emmerdale teenager. After a number of meltdowns, Cathy decided to see Manpreet Sharma (Rebecca Sarker), who put the youngster on the pill in a bid to control her heavy periods.

However, during Friday's ITV episode, Cathy got drunk and went on a rampage, leading fans to believe there is something more sinister wrong with her.

As Cathy and her friends walked to the gig with a bottle of alcohol in hand, things took an unexpected turn. Cathy jumped up onto the bridge, with April Dingle (Amelia Flanagan) quizzing her pal on how much she'd had to drink. "I don't need any!

I'm loving life!" Cathy shouted as she span around on top of the bridge. "She's off her head," April said to Cathy's dad Bob (Tony Audenshaw) who looked on in horror. READ MORE: BBC licence fee could increase while top earners rake in MILLIONSThe cafe owner rushed to his daughter, who lost her balance and almost fell off the bright. "You're going to fall," Bob screamed as he got to his daughter just in time. "Have you taken anything?" Manpreet was quick to ask before Cathy shut her down.

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