Kerry Katona is awaiting findings after her daughter Dylan-Jorge underwent an MRI scan.
The 43-year-old reality TV actress is a mother to the nine-year-old, whose father is late rugby player George Kay, as well as four other children.
Kerry also has ex-Brian McFadden kids Molly, 21, and Lilly, 20, as well as ex-Mark Croft daughters Heidi, 16, and Max, 15.
DJ recently had ‘a couple fainting spells’ at home, which worried Kerry.
Writing in her new OK! column, the I’m A Celebrity star shared that she wanted to get things checked out, with a neurosurgeon currently looking at the results.
‘I have health anxiety when it comes to DJ,’ Kerry confessed. ‘I worry about her, especially recently as she’s had a few fainting spells.’
Kerry added: ‘We took her for an MRI and the doctor found something.
‘We’re waiting as her results have been sent to a neurosurgeon, but the doctor seems to think she’s alright.
‘He said that lots of us could have what she has but we’ve just not had MRIs.’
Kerry is engaged to fiancé Ryan Mahoney, who is about to take the momentous step of adopting DJ.
While her marriage to the fitness instructor isn’t occurring ‘anytime soon,’ Kerry has convinced DJ that Ryan is very much a part of their family and that DJ, who doesn’t remember her actual father, wants to call Ryan “dad.”
Kerry accepted that it was ‘totally’ DJ’s choice when the pair began the adoption process earlier this year.
Kerry frequently posts adorable photos of her children on social media and opens up about the ups and downs of parenthood.
One of these challenges has been her children’s responses to her OnlyFans account, which has earned Kerry almost £1 million.
The Atomic Kitten singer stated that her children ‘understood’ why she joined the X-rated photo-sharing website.
‘My children are aware of it. They’re older, they understand it,’ the star said.
Kerry has repeatedly defended herself against the backlash to her OnlyFans career, hailing it as ’empowering’.
She said on Jeremy Kyle’s TalkTV show: ‘I’m a woman, I feel empowered by this. I see more nudity on the beach when I go away with my children. Should I stop taking my children to the beach?
‘I think the stigma that goes along with OnlyFans is what’s causing the problem. OnlyFans is not just explicit content. I can go on OnlyFans and subscribe to a fitness regime or a makeup tutorial.’
However, one of Kerry’s daughters had to transfer schools due to bullying related to her mother’s employment.
Kerry said in March that Heidi had come under fire from guys in her class, and that her daughters had been ‘handled differently’ by instructors in the past.
‘When we first moved up north, my Heidi had to change schools because boys in her class were teasing her over me being on OnlyFans,’ she revealed.
‘People read things about me and then judge my kids. That’s not fair. They never asked for me to be their mum. My downfall should not be on their shoulders.’