Molly-Mae Hague has shared photos of herself in hospital, explaining she had a lump removed from her breast and finger.
The Love Island star encouraged fans to ‘check your bodies’ as she shared an update.
Smiling in her hospital bed and clutching her teddy Ellie Belly, who was an unexpected star of Love Island, Molly-Mae wrote: ‘I spoke about a lump on my boob on a recent vlog of mine, well I had it removed today.
‘Check your bodies people!!!’
She also shared a photo of her hand bandaged up, adding: ‘Also had a lump removed from my finger that I’ve spoken about a few times too.
‘Also having a canula [sic] put in my hand has always been without a doubt my BIGGEST fear…so that in itself is a HUGE achievement for me.’
The 22-year-old, who recently spoke out about how she doesn’t class herself an influencer any more, has been open about her health in the past.
She recently revealed she’s been given a surgery date to help with her endometriosis after being diagnosed earlier this summer.
Molly-Mae updated her followers during a Q&A session on Instagram, when one asked her: ‘How are you feeling about potential surgery? Has it sunk in a bit more?’
She told them: ‘I’ve got a date for my operation now. I’m just looking forward to it to be honest because my endometriosis MASSIVELY impacts my life, I just pray the surgery helps.’
The star added: ‘I’m looking forward to speaking more about it on my YouTube to educate people properly on it. I know a lot of girls want me to do this.’
Endometriosis is a long-term condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries or the fallopian tubes. There is currently no cure, and many women struggle to be formally diagnosed.
Molly also revealed that she will be having keyhole surgery to cut away patches of affected tissue in the hopes it will relieve her of pain.
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