Former Love Island contestant Amy Hart has encouraged fans to book smear tests amid fears over her own ‘dodgy’ health results
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Love Island star Amy Hart has urged her female fans to sign up for a dirt test following a health scare.
The 28-year-old revealed her own test results were ‘confusing’ and she now has to undergo other procedures.
Reality TV star Amy took to Twitter to remind her followers to take the test.
“Just a random reminder to order any overdue lube tests, please friends,” she wrote.
“My next stain is back to faint so I’m on to follow-up tests. Don’t drop it!”
This message was retweeted more than 700 times, with fans quickly backing up the star’s advice.
One user replied: “I got mine and I realized I was infected with the HPV virus that can cause precancerous cells. Luckily, I went back to get tested again a year. after that and all was clean and I’m fine. did it right and I’m sure all will be fine. So it’s important to be checked. 100%”
Another replied: “Thanks for the reminder. I had bad results on some tests so I had to have a total hysterectomy just to be safe. Note that I have been pregnant for many years so I am not need to cling! All the best for you.”
The third added: “So it’s very important to continue to have regular smear tests, precancerous cells are very common and treatable. It’s uncomfortable and can be stressful. nervous if this is your first time, the nurses have seen everything you have to offer a million times. don’t be ashamed.”
Earlier this month, Amy revealed her desire to give up her reality TV career to become a politician.
Elevating her career goals, Amy told The Sun: “I think I can be a trustworthy MP – which many of them are not. I think politics has no integrity and compassion and I can bring it back.”
“I’m living a good life now, I make a lot of money. I don’t need to get involved in politics but I enjoy it.”
She went on to reveal that she hopes to change other people’s lives for the better if she turns to politics.
“I’d rather help people change lives and make things better for people than do it for what I can get from it. I think a lot of people do it for personal gain, sadly.” , she said.
“I wanted to write a book about politics for the Love Island generation. Many people think that politics is irrelevant in their lives so it’s important to make it easier to understand.”
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/love-islands-amy-hart-urges-27093244 Love Island's Amy Hart urges fans to get tested for dirt following her own health scare