Molly-Mae Hague says her mole was cancerous as she opens up on ‘petrifying’ journey in candid video

Molly-Mae Hague says her mole was cancerous as she opens up on ‘petrifying’ journey in candid video


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Molly-Mae Hague has revealed the mole she had removed was deemed cancerous by doctors.

The 21 year old took to her YouTube channel to speak to her 1.36million subscribers about the "scary" journey she's been going through over the last few weeks after getting her mole checked in passing.

The former Love Island star started the clip off by telling viewers that she treated her boyfriend Tommy Fury to a spa day after he had been training very hard.

She then opened up about getting her mole removed. "I went to another doctor about something completely different, it was about the skin on my arm," she started.

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"But anyway, as I was leaving the doctors I said, 'Oh, I've had my mole checked by two dermatologists and they said it's fine but can you just quickly give me a third opinion on this mole because I personally don't feel like it looks quite right.'

"So then I lifted up my jogger and she took one look at the mole and was like, 'Yeah, that needs to come off.' And my heart started racing. And she just looked quite concerned. I was by myself and I literally just went for a routine check up… and ended up finding out that I had to have a mole removed."

Molly-Mae, who recently went on a glamorous date night with 21 year old Tommy, then explained that this was an even bigger deal as she has a fear of needles, which would make the process even more difficult.

She then skipped to the next day where she told viewers she had "nerves" but was going to be a "big brave girl" about the operation.

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Molly-Mae continued by sharing a phone call she had with her doctor about the mole, where he apologised for taking so long to get back to her about the test results before explaining that he had to speak to a pathologist.

"The consensus is that this is a melanoma and that we probably need to do a little bit more surgery for you. We removed the margin that we don't consider adequate for a malignant melanoma. That's why we need to do some more," he said.

The doctor then said he needs to speak with her face-to-face about a gland at the top of her leg and ended the phone call by saying they need to check for any evidence of whether the melanoma has spread.

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Molly-Mae abruptly ended the recording before coming back on to tell fans: "So I got the call today and he told me basically that it is a malignant melanoma, which is skin cancer basically.

"Which is honestly petrifying and shocking, scary. I don't really know what to think or say. I had a feeling though, I just had a feeling and I can't believe I was told by other doctors that it was okay. I'm so upset and angry."

She continued: "The doctor said that it's really good that we caught it early. He said I'm going to need further surgery. I've already shed tears about it and cried on the phone to every single family member.

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The doctor later called her to say they didn't want to do the surgery anymore because "somebody said they didn't think it was malignant."

Molly-Mae went on to say they're sending her mole off to America and she is expected to get the results back in three weeks, which is "aggravating" but then admitted she feels "chill" about it.

She ended her video by urging her followers to get their moles checked before promising to keep everyone updated about her mole.

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