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Scarlette Douglas burst into tears at hospital this week during her ongoing fertility journey.

The 37-year-old A Place In The Sun presenter has been keeping fans update as she freezes her eggs to improve her chances of having children one day, and she was left overwhelmed by a recent egg-retrieval procedure.

She wrote on Instagram this week: ‘Well, I’m going to be honest, I was very uncomfortable going in today ladies.

‘The trigger injection really did exacerbate the bloating and lower abdominal pain and the closer it was getting to my egg retrieval the more uncomfortable I was becoming. I had to sit on my left side for most of the day!

‘Anyway, eventually I was called in and the nurse, anaesthetist and doctor were all present, super caring and very friendly. Everything was explained thoroughly and I felt in good hands.

‘I did shed a little tear just before the sedation went in, mainly because I was scared and nervous, but also because you have to do it all on your own; no one can come in with you.’

Scarlette Douglas has been keeping fans updated on her journey (Picture: Instagram)
She revealed that 19 of her eggs are ‘viable for freezing’ (Picture: Instagram)

The former I’m A Celebrity star revealed some amazing news that 19 of her 24 eggs have been determined as ‘viable for freezing’, and she had taken a couple of well earned naps.

She continued: ‘Anyway, best sleep I’ve ever had, came out, was in pain so they gave me some more pain relief, hung around for roughly an hour and a half afterwards and just as I was ready to leave the recovery room, I was told of my 24 eggs that were collected, 19 were viable for freezing!!!!!

‘I was over the moon! That was more than I could have ever imagined and so I was and am so so happy that, to this point, it has all been worth it.

She made sure to relax after her procedure (Picture: Instagram)

‘Off for my second nap since so catch you all tomorrow!’

In another post on Thursday, she continued to update fans as she revealed she is still on medication to ‘remove all the excess hormones’ from her bodies, and shrink her ovaries after the procedure.

She wrote alongside the new video: ‘I thought that was the end of injections but turns out I have another 5 days of them plus 8 days of tablets.

Scarlette will be getting back out there this weekend (Picture: Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Thanks for sticking with me for the ride, I’ll continue my diary until the end of the month so you know what recovery is like, but honestly ladies, this has been so worth it!

‘On another note, I know I’ve not been looking my best lately but my body has been going through quite a lot over the last 21 days 😅 I promise I’ll stick a bit of make up on tomorrow and Saturday for Ideal Home Show though 😆’

Scarlette also updated her fans and revealed while she was unable to attend an award show she was meant to be at as a guest, she had been sensible and decided to rest and recover before a busier weekend.

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