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Brave Molly-Mae Hague steps out with Tommy after sharing endometriosis diagnosis


Former Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague said her painful periods and excruciating symptoms were repeatedly ignored by doctors. She’s now facing surgery after seeing a private specialist

Molly-Mae Hague out with Tommy Fury
Former Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague said her painful periods and excruciating symptoms were repeatedly ignored by doctors. She’s now facing surgery after seeing a private specialist

Molly-Mae Hague looked relaxed as she stepped out with boyfriend Tommy Fury just hours after going public with the news that she’s been diagnosed with endometriosis.

The former Love Island star, 22, rocked a low-key look for the lunch date with her boxer beau at JuniperHale in Cheshire on Friday.

Wearing a black Nike tracksuit, which featured a cargo-style jacket, Molly injected a pop of colour into her look with a pair of Nike neon trainers, and accessorised with a silver mini clutch bag by Dior, which retails at an eye-watering £1,800.

The model and influencer went make-up free for the lunch date with Tommy, and her long blonde hair was scraped up into a messy bun piled on top of her head.








Molly-Mae stepped out for a lunch date with boyfriend Tommy Fury
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The couple held hands tightly as they walked along the street together.

Molly-Mae’s appearance comes just hours after she revealed she has been diagnosed with endometriosis after suffering symptoms for years.

The influencer said she had struggled with agonising periods for most of her life, and the “unbearable pain” had even forced her to pull out of work commitments, as she was barely able to stand.

She made the health confession at the end of her latest video on her YouTube channel, and said she had finally been given a diagnosis after seeing a private specialist, and would be undergoing keyhole surgery.








Molly-Mae said doctors ignored her symptoms for years
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Eamonn and James Clarke)










The couple headed to JuniperHale in Cheshire
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Eamonn and James Clarke)



“I actually have got to have an operation for something that I want to tell you guys about. It’s kind of a good thing and it’s kind of a bad thing,” Molly began.

“I’ve told you guys for so long now that I suffer with excruciating periods and so many of you guys were commenting on my videos telling me to check for endometriosis.”

Despite being ignored by doctors, who assured her that her symptoms were not a sign of endometriosis, she headed to a specialist, who diagnosed her within minutes.








The former Love Island star will undergo surgery
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Eamonn and James Clarke)



“Straight away they said, ‘You absolutely do have endometriosis, it’s clear as day.’ So I guess that’s kind of a good thing because at least I know now what it is.

“It’s not a good thing that I have endometriosis, because obviously it can affect fertility and loads of other things, and you can never really cure it,” she sadly shared.

Endometriosis is a condition where tissue from the lining of the womb are found in other parts of the body, and a laparoscopy – which is when doctors either cut out the cells or destroy them using laser during keyhole surgery – is one of the options sufferers can have to alleviate their symptoms.









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