Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague bravely revealed she was diagnosed with endometriosis after struggling with a painful period for years.
Molly, 22, explained that she was forced to seek help from a private specialist after her concerns were dismissed by her GP who told her they were ‘sure’ she did. had no disease.
In a new YouTube Vlog, Molly told viewers that she will now undergo keyhole surgery in an effort to relieve severe abdominal and back pain during her period.
âActually, I need to have surgery for something I want to talk to you about. It’s a good thing and a bad thing,â she explains in the video.
“I have been telling you for so long that I have suffered from excruciating periods and so many of you are commenting on my videos telling me to check for endometriosis.”
Molly then explained that the pain is so intense that she is sometimes unable to stand up and has already withdrawn from her work commitments because the situation is “unbearable”.
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Endometriosis is a disease in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus begins to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.
The influencer then explained that despite seeing her GP about her concerns, it was the private specialist who ultimately diagnosed her.
âRight away they said, ‘You absolutely have endometriosis, it’s clear as day.’ So I guess that’s kind of a good thing because at least now I know what it is.
It’s not a good thing that I have endometriosis, because it can obviously affect fertility and a lot of other things, and you can never really cure it. “
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Molly also spoke about her nervousness about having a blood test before having the keyhole surgery.
âI wanna be that mature girl that can just go to the doctors and they say ‘oh we gotta get a blood test’ and I’m like ‘yeah no worries’. I wanna be that cool, mature girl that nothing phases , but I wasn’t born that way. It wasn’t me, that wasn’t how I was created, and it’s just like that.
Molly’s fans were quick to react against her, with many telling her how “brave” and “amazing” she was to use her platform to raise awareness about the disease.
One wrote: âEndometriosis awareness is so important and thank you so much. It’s something doctors constantly forget and you were right to persist for a diagnosis. a debilitating disease that needs to be taken more seriously. “