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Molly-Mae Says Her Surgery Didn't Work As She's In 'Unbearable' Pain

Jessica Spencer
Jessica Spencer

03:01 16 Feb 2022


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Poor Molly-Mae.

Molly-Mae Hague has said she's in "unbearable" pain as her endometriosis surgery didn't work.

She underwent a major operation last year as her period pain was so severe that she "couldn't stand up."

 

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Chatting in a vlog, Molly-Mae was on her way to a meeting at Pretty Little Thing where she works as a creative director.

Sat outside in her car, she said she had just gotten her period and she felt "so rubbish."

"I just know that my operation hasn’t worked and it’s just sad," Molly-Mae said.

“When I come on my period, that is the day for me [that I'm in pain]. It’s not really any other day that I suffer too badly.”

 

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She called the pain "unbearable" but went on to say her surgery has improved her situation.

“Don’t get me wrong, the pain is better than is used to be since I’ve had the operation."

"It's so frustrating that something us girls have to go through without any choice can make you feel so rubbish. "

 

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Molly-Mae explained how "frustrated" she was to get her period on the day of a meeting she had been "looking forward to all week."

“I’m in meetings where I can’t show that I just want to curl up in a ball and cry. That’s how bad the pain is. I can't even begin to explain," Molly-Mae said.

“It’s one of those days where I have to somehow make it through the day while being in so much pain.”

 

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Molly-Mae On Her Healthy Lifestyle

Later on in her vlog, Molly-Mae opened up about the pressures she faces day-to-day.

"Us girls, we feel so much pressure with how we're meant to look, eat, exercise," Molly-Mae said.

"I feel pressure so much with my body, and a battle within my own mind. I wake up and feel 'oh, I know I need to exercise today, I know I need to eat clean today.'

"Most of the time, I don't want to. I don't want to exercise and I don't want to eat clean all the time."

 

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One of the ways Molly feels pressure is by seeing what others achieve on Instagram. She said she's "really struggling" with seeing "how [people I follow] are smashing it, burning 700 calories in a session."

But she called herself "a culprit for it too," as she shares these posts as well.

"I'm definitely on a journey."

Fair play to Molly-Mae for opening up about it.


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