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Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague offers health update after surgery

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Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague has provided an update on her health after undergoing surgery this weekend.

Molly-Mae, who was a runner-up on the 2019 series of Love Island with her boyfriend Tommy Fury, shared the news with her Instagram followers via her Stories that she has had a lump removed from her breast, and another from her finger.

Sharing a photo of herself lying in a hospital bed, she wrote: "I spoke about a lump I found in my boob on a recent vlog of mine, well I had it removed today", adding: "Check your bodies people!!!"

Photo credit: @mollymae - Instagram
Photo credit: @mollymae - Instagram

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Alongside another photo of her bandaged hand, she wrote: "Also had a lump removed from my finger that I've spoken about a few times too", before revealing that she was also proud to have overcome her fear of having a canula put in her hand.

Molly-Mae has been open about her health with her fans before, having shared her diagnosis of endometriosis earlier this year.

She recently confirmed that she has keyhole surgery booked to help her manage the condition, saying that she is "looking forward to it" because "my endometriosis massively impacts my life".

She added that she is hoping to be able to help educate more people about the condition, particularly as many of her fans have been asking her about it.

Photo credit: Ricky Vigil M - Getty Images
Photo credit: Ricky Vigil M - Getty Images

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Molly-Mae recently explained that she is trying to distance herself from Love Island, as she doesn't want to be known as 'just' a contestant on the reality show.

"Obviously the last two years I have spent so much time not necessarily removing myself because my job was an influencer before, but I wanted to go back to what I was doing before without that brand of being a Love Islander, or just being known for that," she said.

"I definitely have spent a lot of time since I came out of the show removing myself from that stereotype and by doing that I just don't speak about it a lot."

Love Island airs on ITV2 and is available via catch up on ITV Hub and BritBox.

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