CELEBS On The Farms' Kadeena Cox is "home and well" after being rushed to hospital – but says she "feared death" after it brought back the trauma of her stroke.
The paralympian has revealed she is on the road to recovery after she was rushed to A&E when she collapsed on set of the reality show.
The star, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2015, shared a throwback photo of her in a hospital gown on her Instagram account.
She captioned the post: "(OLD PIC…I’m home and well)."
After being checked over, Kadeena was given the all clear to return to filming.
Her time in hospital following the incident caused her to reminisce on a near death experience five years ago.
Kadeena suffered a stroke in 2014, and being back in hospital caused all her fears and "anxieties" to come flooding back.
She said: "Every year I stress and worry in the build up to this day thus year I was to busy enjoying time on the farm to realise. The day never gets easier to bypass tho.
"5 years ago I was diagnosed with a stroke and my life got flip turned into something I could never imagine.
"Being back in hospital the other day, all my anxieties of being stuck back there, death and a life I can’t control all cane flooding back."
But Kadeena tries to not let the past impact on her, as she tries to remember her achievements instead.
She added: "Times like this I’ve just got to remember my achievements since then but it’s scary to think this one day changed my whole life.
"It might not be my plan but God always has a plan and I just have to trust him."
Kadeena competes in the T38 sprints and C4 para-cycling events and has tasted top honours in the respective sports' most prestigious events.
The athlete won gold at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in the T37 100m and C4 500m time trial in 2016, following them with bronze in the 100m T38 sprint and golds in the Women's C4-5 cycling time trial and T38 400m sprint at the Paralympics in Rio.
This year's Celebs On The Farm line-up includes James Argent, Hayley Hughes, Tina Malone and Ibiza Weekender's David Potts.
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