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I'm A Celeb's Olivia Attwood addresses A&E dash which prompted exit as health issue found

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I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! camp after just 24 hours leaving many concerned for her health. Addressing her departure, Ant and Dec briefly told viewers she had to leave the jungle on medical grounds.

Now finally in her own words, the 31-year-old has shared her version of events.Olivia said a routine blood test determined that she was dangerously anaemic.The result also flagged up worryingly low sodium and potassium levels, which prompted staff to immediately send her to A&E.The 31-year-old said: "I was so scared, I was like, 'What the hell is wrong with me?'Michael Douglas looks frail as he continues to show off new red hair"They couldn't give me an answer, they just told me that they had to get me to the hospital immediately."The results were really, really low when they put them into their reader and they consulted with another doctor off site.

I had those bloods done in England before I left, and they were fine."I was confused and of course very, very worried."Olivia told the Mail online she was shocked by the result as she felt "absolutely fine".

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