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Katie Piper spills on health nightmare during filming for new prison-based show

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MailOnline about her new show, Jailhouse Mums, where she meets pregnant female inmates. Katie also shared an update about how she was feeling, admitting: "It's not great.

It's ongoing, my eye, for me. (sic)"I had this infection since February which has never really stabilised. "READ MORE: Sharon Osbourne appears slimmer than ever after weight loss jab left her 'nauseous'The Loose Women star added that she "really struggled" without her eye drops that she couldn't access within the facilities. "It's just one of those things that has never been a stable injury for me," she said.

She continued: "I think if you're going to have such a life-changing injury you're going to know and accept those things don't just heal and go away. "Last month Katie revealed that she had undergone a tissue graft to avoid a small hole appearing in her left eye.

Sharing a smiling photo with her doctor on Instagram Linkthe mother-of-two explained to her one million followers: "I've had a defect for many months now so today I had tissue grafted onto my left eye to avoid perforation. "I never stop being amazed by what can done with the eyes especially with such extreme injuries, I'm a complex patient but my consultant @sherazdaya always has a plan to help me and my eye. "Katie ended the caption by thanking the "professional, passionate and caring team" and that she felt "so lucky to be looked after" by them.

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