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Martin Roberts says he had 'minutes to live' in recent hospital dash health scare

This Morning, where he opened up about being rushed to hospital last month.The I'm A Celeb alum underwent surgery to drain excess fluid which was putting pressure on his heart and speaking to presenters Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes, Martin revealed he only had "minutes of life left" during the terrifying ordeal.Confirming that he thought he might die, Martin said: "We're talking minutes/hours of life left here."You need a great team to spot it and you need some fairly specialist equipment and skills to sort it out."During his interview, Martin revealed that after a period of ill-health, he eventually decided to visit A & E after becoming "delirious".Of his speech, he said: "I was putting letters the wrong way around."Martin credited the doctors and nurses with correctly identifying his medical ailment and swiftly proceeding with surgery.Of his traumatic ordeal, Martin added: "It really was minutes [that] made all the difference. "By the time they got to me, my kidneys were at 30 per cent my liver was at 30 per cent, my lungs."It wasn't that my lungs weren't working.

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