Love Island contestants are subject to random drug testing and sexual health screenings during their time in the villa, which they consent to before taking part.
According to documents released by ITV at the Digital, Culture Media and Sport Select Committee - taking place following the suicide of a Jeremy Kyle guest - Islanders must fill out medical assessment forms, which include permission slips for medical screenings.
They may undergo an "unannounced drugs test" prior to entering the villa, and if required by producers during the filming period.
The contestants have to fill out medical forms, which feature parts that must be signed off by their GP - including whether they have had any history of self-harm, eating disorders or mental health issues.
Prescriptions medicines must be pre-approved and are provided by production staff during filming.
Producers of the ITV2 show recently outlined their new duty of care process for dealing with contestants who take part in.
Following the suicide of two former Love Islanders - 26-year-old Mike Thalassitis in March this year, and 32-year-old Sophie Gradon in June last year - the show came up against some criticism about the way it handles aftercare for the mental wellbeing of contestants
Before and during filming of the show, Love Island will recruit the help of a psychological consultant, will train their on-the-ground team in Mental Health First Aid, will carry out medical assessments by an independent doctor, and will thoroughly check all Islanders' medical history.
They will also aim to "manage cast expectations" of what's to come - both the positive and the negative - and will encourage contestants to "consider all the potential implications of taking part in the show" before making the decision about whether they do it.
After the show, contestants will be given training on how to deal with social media, finances, and adjusting to life back home, as well as a minimum of eight therapy sessions for every contestant. The show producers will also keep in active contact with Islanders for 14 months - up until the end of the next series - as a means of ensuring positive mental wellbeing.
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