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Love Island's Jazmine Nichol 'lucky to be alive' after terrifying health scare

Love Island star Jazmine Nichol has said she is "incredibly lucky to still be alive" after being diagnosed with a life-threatening disease and undergoing emergency surgery. The 21-year-old, who entered the villa as a part of this year's Casa Amor, was rushed to hospital after she started vomiting uncontrollably and turned grey.

Once there, doctors diagnosed her with sepsis - a potentially deadly reaction that occurs when your immune system overreacts to an infection and begins to destroy your body's own tissues and organs. The nightclub manager said she is now facing a "long recovery" after being taken for an emergency operation, Birmingham Live reports.

Posting to her Instagram story, Jazmine said: "I'd like to firstly thank everyone for their concern over my health this past week and let everyone know what's happened. I became unwell in the early hours of Tuesday morning and was taken into hospital later that day.

"Whilst waiting to be seen my condition deteriorated rapidly to what I now know is Sepsis. Had it not been for the quick thinking and action of a staff member who noticed how unwell I had become things could have been very different.

"Within minutes I had turned a blue/grey colour and was vomiting uncontrollably. My blood pressure was 70/30. It was at this point that the doctors informed my family that I was seriously unwell.

"I was fortunate to have the most amazing care and was quickly hooked up to IVs continaing antibiotics and fluids. Blood results showed that I had developed Sepsis - so rapidly it happened in a matter of minutes.

"Sepsis is a rare but serious complication of an infection. Without treatment sepsis causes multiple organ failures and death. We believe this happened because I had ignored an

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