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MAFS’ Melissa Rawson reveals her health scare after finding three lumps on her breast

Married At First Sight’s Melissa Rawson shares a health update after finding three lumps on her breast during an ultrasound

Melissa Rawson has shared a health update after doctors found several lumps on her breasts during an ultrasound.

The Married At First Sight star, 32, shared a photo to Instagram of herself in tears after she had a biopsy done.

‘Glad that’s done! The local anaesthetic worked on two of the three lumps. I felt absolutely nothing for the first two but oh boy did I feel every bit of the biopsy needle for the final lump,’ Melissa wrote.

Update: Married At First Sight’s Melissa Rawson (pictured) shared a health update after finding three lumps on her breast during an ultrasound

‘Feeling very raw and emotional (the babies didn’t give me a day off from morning sickness either!) so going home for bed rest and a treat,’ she continued.

After returning home, Melissa, who is expecting twins with her fiancé Bryce Ruthven, shared another update with her fans.

‘I’m feeling fine, it’s just a bit sore when I walk around and on my feet a fair bit, I get a bit light-headed,’ she said.

'Glad that's done!' The Married At First Sight star shared a photo to Instagram of herself in tears after she had a biopsy done

‘Glad that’s done!’ The Married At First Sight star shared a photo to Instagram of herself in tears after she had a biopsy done

‘But hey, that comes with the biopsy and the morning sickness,’ she added.

Earlier this month, Melissa revealed doctors had found several lumps on her breasts following an ultrasound.

In a series of Instagram videos, she said that one benign lump and two unidentified lumps had been discovered, and that she was scheduled for a needle biopsy.

Fears: Earlier this month, Melissa revealed doctors had found several lumps on her breasts following an ultrasound

Fears: Earlier this month, Melissa revealed doctors had found several lumps on her breasts following an ultrasound

She said there was ‘nothing to be concerned’ about just yet, but admitted she was anxious about the biopsy.

‘I have a lot of anxiety and fear over medical appointments, anything poking, prodding… I just get so nervous and so worked up over absolutely nothing,’ she said.

‘I’m extremely confident that nothing will come back,’ she added. 

'I have a lot of anxiety': She said that there was 'nothing to be concerned' about just yet, but admitted that she was anxious about the biopsy

‘I have a lot of anxiety’: She said that there was ‘nothing to be concerned’ about just yet, but admitted that she was anxious about the biopsy

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