Molly-Mae Hague opens up about recent pregnancy scare

The Love Island star has admitted that she and boyfriend Tommy no longer use contraception

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by Hannah Mellin |

The thought of Love Island golden couple Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury starting a family, getting married and living happily ever after fills us with so much joy.

Since getting together on the 2019 series of the ITV2 show, the pair are still obsessed with each other. On Valentine's Day 2022, Tommy paid tribute to his girl as they enjoyed a romantic stay in London, simply saying, “You and me forever ❤️ 14/02/22.”

Molly and Tommy have made no secret of the fact they want to start a family together, and Molly even admitted in her latest YouTube video that she was recently forced to take a pregnancy test because her period was late.

In the vlog, Molly, 22, said she “freaked out” but confirmed that the test came back negative. A couple of days later, her period arrived and she revealed that she was in "unbearable pain" due to her endometriosis.

She said, "I am so premenstrual, it's a joke.

"I was meant to come on my period like four days ago - it's so late. I'm not going to lie, I did take a pregnancy test today.

"I'm never late on my period. I'm literally never late on my period but the pregnancy test was negative, obviously. I wouldn't be sat here having this conversation if it was positive."

"I'm really very hot, very needy, and I just want to eat bad things."

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Molly then shared with fans two days later that she was in “unbearable pain” and realised her recent endometriosis surgery hasn’t worked. Last year, Molly was praised by fans for raising awareness of endometriosis.

She previously explained that she was forced to seek the help of a private specialist after her concerns were dismissed by her GP who told her they were "sure" she didn’t have the condition.

Almost in tears, she said, "I literally feel so rubbish today in the fact that I just know that my operation hasn't worked.

"It's just so sad because when I come on my period that is the day when the pain is unbearable.

"The pain is better than it used to be since I had the operation but it's a day where I have to somehow make it through the day whilst being in so much pain and be in meetings and not show that I'm literally in pain to the point where I just want to curl up in a ball and just cry.

"That's how bad the pain is. I can't even begin to explain how bad it is."

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The PrettyLittleThing creative director told fans last month that she and Tommy choose not to use contraception anymore and instead relied on an app to monitor her fertility.

In a recent Instagram Q&A, Molly was asked about what contraception she uses, and she answered, “I use the Flo app to track my fertile point of the month but I don't recommend this if you want something much safer/more accurate.”

Last year, Molly also answered a fan question that said, "Are you excited to have kids with Tommy xx," saying, "VERY. We both are so excited for that part of our lives."

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