Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague urges fans to check themselves after having two lumps removed

Molly-Mae Hague has urged her fans to check their bodies after having two lumps removed, pictured in August 2021. (Getty Images)
Molly-Mae Hague has urged her fans to check their bodies after having two lumps removed, pictured in August 2021. (Getty Images)

Molly-Mae Hague has urged her fans to check their bodies for changes after 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.

The 22-year-old influencer previously revealed she found the lump in her breast earlier this year, and after requesting a biopsy discovered it had grown in size.

She also revealed that she got a mysterious lump in her finger removed after noticing it a number of weeks ago.

Giving fans an update on her health via her latest YouTube video, the reality TV star 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," she continued.

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Molly-Mae Hague has given fans an update on her health, pictured with her boyfriend Tommy Fury in January 2021. (Getty Images)
Molly-Mae Hague has given fans an update on her health, pictured with her boyfriend Tommy Fury in January 2021. (Getty Images)

Hague went on to say that both lumps have been sent for testing, but she is "100% sure they're going to be fine" having already had a biopsy on the one taken from her breast, which doctors said was fine.

"And the one on my finger, I’m hopeful it’s gonna be fine," she added.

The PrettyLittleThing creative director has been documenting her recent health battles on her various social media channels, urging her 6.1 million Instagram followers to check their breasts for any irregularities.

"I spoke about a lump on my boob on a recent vlog of mine, well I had it removed today," she wrote on Instagram. "Check your bodies people!"

Watch: Molly-Mae Hague says she's having surgery after endometriosis diagnosis.

Despite recently having two lumps removed, Hague isn't quite done with medical procedures just yet, revealing she is set to undergo further surgery next week for endometriosis.

"I have another operation next week which I am going to be documenting," she explained on YouTube. "That's my endometriosis surgery which I've been having so many questions about."

Earlier in the month, Hague was asked in a Q&A on Instagram how she felt about having her endometriosis surgery.

She replied: "I’m just looking forward to it to be honest because my endometriosis MASSIVELY impacts my life, I just pray the surgery helps."

She 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 debilitating condition that causes painful or heavy periods. It can lead to infertility, fatigue and bowel and bladder problems.

Read more: One in 10 teenage girls have endometriosis – but they have to wait years before diagnosis

Molly-Mae Hague is preparing for further surgery next week, this time for endometriosis, pictured in August 2021. (Getty Images)
Molly-Mae Hague is preparing for further surgery next week, this time for endometriosis, pictured in August 2021. (Getty Images)

Hague isn't the only celebrity to undergo surgery as part of treatment for the condition.

Earlier this week Amy Schumer gave fans an update on her recovery from surgery to remove her uterus and appendix as part of the treatment for endometriosis.

The 40-year-old comedian underwent the procedure last week and shared details of how she's feeling.

"I'm feeling stronger and thrilled about life," Schumer wrote in the caption of her Instagram post.

The star went on to say how pleased she was that the surgery removed so much of the endometriosis.

“All my lifelong pain explained and lifted out of my body. I am already a changed person,” she added. “I am busting with joy for the new energy I have to be with my son.”

Read more: Signs and symptoms of endometriosis

According to the NHS, endometriosis is a chronic womb tissue condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.

Endometriosis is a long-term condition in which symptoms, which vary from the mild to the severe and can often be debilitating, will usually have to be managed throughout a patient’s entire lifetime.

Despite affecting an estimated 1.5 million women in the UK, many patients remain unaware of the symptoms and how to seek proper medical support.

Watch: Amy Schumer shares health update following endometriosis surgery.