Love Island star Amy Hart told the Loose Women that she's more determined than ever to freeze her eggs after a fertility test revealed that she may go through early menopause.
Amy decided to go for a "fertility MOT" because her mother, aunt and grandmother all went through the menopause in their early forties.
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Strictly Come Dancing star Anton Du Beke told the Loose Women that he is "in awe" of his wife, Hannah, after their "gruelling" IVF journey.
Speaking to the panel during Loose Women's Fertility Week, Anton said it was "horrible" watching his wife go through the injections required.
PDSA vet Hermione Hillen taught the Loose Women what to do in a pet emergency.
She told them that it's important to remember the Dr ABCs and showed Judi how to perform pet CPR.
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