Nadia Essex hospitalised as she suffers severe allergic reaction to floor cleaner

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Nadia Essex wound up in hospital undergoing a series of tests after suffering a severe allergic reaction all over her body.

The former Celebs Go Dating star documented her health scare in a series of posts shared to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday, where she shared snaps of her body covered in red rashes.

Before doctors narrowed down the cause to an allergy, Nadia wrote in a post: "Thank goodness for our NHS. They don't know what is wrong but have done every test under the sun and looks like a severe allergic reaction to something random. Going home and coming back tomorrow to see the dermatologist."

The following day she admitted that she only had "three hours of sleep" as she felt like her "skin was on fire", and the "itching was unbelievable".

She revealed that she was back in hospital to do another round of blood and undergo an ECG (electrocardiogram), a test to check the heart's rhythm and electrical activity.

Later, the television personality shared another video after returning home from the hospital.

"They think it was a reaction to the Dettol, the floor cleaner," Nadia explained. "They've given me some steroids and antihistamines to take for a week, and hopefully that will help, they said.

The star added: "I won't forget this in a white… what a trip!"

Meanwhile, Nadia revealed to OK! that she has been banned from Tinder and Hinge last month.

Nadia said that dating two years after giving birth to her son Ezekiel was "difficult" as she was unable to login into online dating apps.

She admitted she has "no clue as to why her dating account was terminated unless they thought she could be an online catfish".

She revealed: “They don’t tell you why, I just went to log on one day and they said ‘Your account’s been permanently banned’ and I’m like ‘excuse me!’"

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