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Molly-Mae Hague opens up on 'painful' sex life with Tommy Fury in candid admission

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Molly-Mae Hague has revealed what her sex life with Tommy Fury is like but admits it's not always a positive experience. The former Love Island star who is six months pregnant with her and Fury's first child has been open about suffering from endometriosis in the past.

Molly, 23, in the past, explained she was worried she wouldn't be able to conceive a child due to her condition but has used her large social media profile to raise awareness.READ MORE: Gemma Owen makes veiled dig at Molly-Mae Hague as she says 'we're completely different'Endometriosis is a condition which occurs when tissues from the womb are found outside the uterus, including parts of the ovaries, Fallopian tubes and abdomen.

Speaking candidly in her latest YouTube video, the star said that Tommy would be offering her "love and care because she's not had some in a while."Tommy, also 23, added: "I'm going to give her some good TLC (tender loving care)."Molly went on to say: "In a video once I said that sex is really painful because of my endometriosis which isn't a lie."But I think that they just think we have the most horrendous sex life but listen we've created a baby but it can't be that bad."However, she later realised what she was talking about before continuing: "I'm going to close the video now because it's getting a bit X-rated."While Molly-Mae had hoped to keep her pregnancy a secret, she discovered that there had been speculation about it going around on TikTok after she was spotted buying baby clothes.However, the blonde bombshell clarified that she was in fact buying gifts for a friends baby shower, rather than her own unborn daughter."I haven't bought one thing in a shop myself and the one time I bought something for my friend everyone was.

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