Molly-Mae Hague asked for help from fans after spotting the lump on her finger (Picture: Instagram)
Molly-Mae Hague has asked fans for their help after she spotted a ‘rock hard’ lump on her finger.
The former Love Island star took to her Instagram Stories to share a snap of her hand, with the lump situated on her ring finger.
Molly-Mae explained that she has ‘no idea what it is’, and although it is not painful for her, ‘it really sticks out’.
She wrote: ‘Also I have a very weird/big lump on my finger and I have for ages now.
‘No idea what it is! Bone? Nodule? It doesn’t hurt it is just rock hard! Doesn’t even look big here but it really sticks out!’
It comes after the 21-year-old had a cancerous mole removed from her leg last September.
Molly-Mae had warned fans not to ‘ignore changes to your body’ after revealing she had the mole checked out, adding she had visited three different consultants ‘just to be sure’.
The ‘rock hard’ lump appeared on Molly-Mae’s ring finger (Picture: Instagram)
Sharing the results of the surgery on Instagram, she told her followers: ‘So this is what I’ve been up to today. Some of you might remember me talking about the mole that was here a few weeks ago on my story.
‘Not going to go into too much detail until I have my results back next week but this just goes to show how important getting different doctors’ opinions is.
‘So relieved to have it gone. I’ll keep you all updated. I just need to share this because I can’t stress the importance of this situation enough.’
Molly-Mae later revealed that the mole on her leg ‘was cancerous’ in a video shared to her YouTube channel, after she had received her test results.
Speaking about her health struggles, the influencer recalled the moment a doctor informed her that the mole was ‘malignant’ while she was in Venice.
‘I had the mole removed, the removal was fine,’ she said. ‘I got the call today, and he’s told me it is a malignant melanoma, which is skin cancer, basically, which is obviously petrifying, and shocking, and scary.
‘I don’t even know what to really think or say.’
Molly-Mae had previously had a cancerous mole removed from her leg (Picture: YouTube)
Molly-Mae now has a scar following the procedure (Picture: Instagram)
The reality star also explained that her mum had noticed the mole on her calf when she was in the Love Island villa in 2019, but had been told by two dermatologists that it was nothing to worry about.
Still concerned, she raised it with another doctor while visiting for a different complaint and was told it needed to be removed.
She continued: ‘I had a feeling though and I cannot believe that I was told by other doctors that it was okay. I am so upset and angry. I briefly asked this doctor, when I was walking out of the doctors, to double check this, and I was walking out with skin cancer on my leg.
Molly-Mae revealed the mole was ‘cancerous’ in a video shared to her YouTube channel (Picture: YouTube)
‘If I hadn’t have asked, I would have still had that mole on my leg now, and I’d be none the wiser, and it could be spreading through my body. You just never know.’
Following her video, Molly-Mae later said that many of her fans had been motivated to get their own moles checked.
She said at the response to her post: ‘850,000 views in 21 hours. Thank you guys for the love and support on this video…
‘I’m so happy to see so many messages in my DMs from you all saying you’re going to have certain moles checked after watching…
‘Don’t think it’ll be someone else’s story because you don’t ever know.’
Credit: Original article published here.