Molly-Mae Hague has said it can be “excruciating” having sex with boyfriend Tommy Fury.
The 22 year old underwent surgery last year to help her with the condition, but still experiences pain from it.
Endometriosis is a condition where tissue that lines the womb grows outside of it, which can cause painful periods and intercourse.
In a new video, Molly-Mae opened up on how the condition can affect her sex life and praised her partner for being “so understanding and so caring”.
Taking to YouTube, Molly-Mae explained: “My two main symptoms have been the excruciating periods and the excruciating sex.
“I will be honest, I do believe the painful sex symptom is what pushed me into getting my problem fixed, into working out what was wrong with my body because not only was I doing it for me and fixing it for me, which is obviously the main reason, I was also trying to do it for Tommy.
“I feel like the painful periods and the painful sex have been two different journeys.”
The star, who met boyfriend Tommy Fury while appearing on Love Island in 2019, explained that while the surgery she underwent helped with her painful periods, it hadn’t helped much with pain during sex and that she was seeking the help of a specialist.
“In regards to the painful sex, that unfortunately never changed, it is something that is an ongoing issues.
“I had a blood test and MRI scan because I am going to see a specialist in London in regards to that situation.”
The star added: “I couldn’t ask for a better boyfriend in regards to my endo journey. He has been so understanding and so caring.”
Molly-Mae further explained that the pain from her endometriosis could be so bad that there were times she was worried she would die.
“I have nearly called myself an ambulance because of the level of pain I was in. It got so bad, I would be rolling in bed and I would actually be fearful for my life, thinking for my body to be in this much agonising pain, what is it going through?,” she said.
“I literally used to lie there and think 'am I going to see tomorrow morning?'. I genuinely used to be in that much pain that I was fearful I wouldn’t wake up in the morning. It was so so horrendous.”
The operation has however made the situation more “manageable”, with Molly telling her fans: “In regards to my painful periods I would say the operation definitely helped, it has most definitely not cured me. I still do have very painful periods, I am still extremely heavy on my period.
“I would normally have to change tampons every 30 minutes. The painful periods and heavy periods haven’t completely gone away but they are more manageable.”
The influencer has often been open about her health in the past, includingspeaking openly to fans about getting a lump removed from her breast .
The influencer has also previously shown fans herscars from endometriosis surgerylast year anda scar to remove a molein 2020.
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