Molly-Mae Hague has revealed she’s set to undergo further surgery next week after already having two lumps removed.
The Love Island star had one lump removed from her breast and another from a finger on her left hand in September.
She urged her young fans to regularly check themselves for any lumps or changes to their bodies.
After going through that ordeal, Molly-Mae will return to hospital in a matter of days for another surgical procedure.
Updating followers in her latest YouTube video, the influencer explained: ‘I had an operation this week which was so much fun. I had a little lump removed from my left boob and a lump removed from my finger. The finger one was really weird, it’s been there for a while. It was like a really prominent hard lump that stuck out of my finger.
‘I can’t really show you any pictures because it wasn’t very obvious to look…
‘They’ve sent both lumps off for testing and I’m 100% sure they’re going to be fine because I’d already had a biopsy on the one on my boob and they said it was fine and the one on my finger, I’m hopeful it’s gonna be fine.’
‘I’ve most definitely been resting up this week… Tommy’s been looking after me,’ she added of her boyfriend Tommy Fury.
Announcing her next procedure, Molly-Mae said: ‘I have another operation next week which I am going to be documenting. That’s my endometriosis surgery which I’ve been having so many questions about.
‘I didn’t vlog this one because it was a lot to take in. I literally conquered my two biggest fears in one day. When I tell you I had to have that cannula thing shoved in my hand, that is my biggest fear.’
Endometriosis is a debilitating condition that causes painful or heavy periods. It can lead to infertility, fatigue and bowel and bladder problems.
Around 1.5million women in the UK currently live with the condition. It can affect all women and girls of a childbearing age.
Molly-Mae, 22, went on to explain how she ‘rationalised’ the surgery by thinking of all the children battling illnesses who have to ‘go through things like this all the time’.
‘If young little kids can get through this then so can you, get a grip,’ she said.
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