Love Island’s Dani Dyer details surgery for ‘missing’ coil

Dani Dyer has revealed that she has to undergo surgery, following a mishap with her birth control.

The former Love Island winner is currently a mum to 11-month-old twin daughters Summer and Star, as well as her three-year-old son Santiago from a previous relationship.

Following the arrival of her twins, Dani has previously stated that she does not intend to have more children with her boyfriend, footballer Jarrod Bowen.


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However, the reality star has now noted that she could have ‘ended up’ welcoming another baby, as her coil has been dislodged.

Taking to her Instagram stories last night, the 27-year-old posted a video to explain her situation.

”Good evening everyone, how are you all? So, long story cut short, because I do like to babble,” she joked.


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”I had to have a couple of appointments today. One of them was to check my mirena coil because I’ve not really been getting on with it, at all really. I thought, ‘Let me just go and get it checked, and see what could be going on’… and it’s gone missing,” Dani confessed, adding: “Well, not that it’s gone missing – it’s been completely dislodged, moved.”

The mum-of-three went on to reassure her followers, noting: ”[The doctor] said that what’s happened is completely rare, by the way. So to anyone that’s got it, I don’t want to scare you. I don’t want you all ringing your GPs tomorrow!”


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”I’ve basically got to have keyhole surgery to remove it, where it is embedded. I know it’s nothing too major or anything, but I just can’t believe it. I have been… I can’t believe what’s happened,” she exclaimed.

Alongside her video clip, Dani jokingly penned: ”Imagine I could have ended up with a fourth child this year!”

In an Instagram Q&A last October, Dani confirmed that three kids is enough for her, writing at the time: “I couldn’t imagine having another one currently. 4 kids is a lot and my car would have to be even bigger than what it is now.”