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Mark Wright details 'long recovery' in health update after having tumour removed

A post shared by Mark Wright (@wrighty_)In a separate post two weeks after his operation, Mark confessed the health scare had been a “terribly worrying time”.He explained he was worried and anxious about “what could have been” and was left feeling “low” as he recovered.He continued: “I've had the worry and the anxiety about what this could have been, and just staying in and recovering just leaving me feeling a little bit low and not very motivated.”Mark noticed the lump under his armpit and became increasingly concerned as it began to grow.He was informed by a specialist that the lump was a benign tumour but doctors feared it could turn cancerous and decided to remove it.Now, he is encouraging others to get checked.The presenter told followers: “Moral of the story: if you notice anything that doesn’t look or feel quite right. Don’t leave it.“Nothing in life is more important than your health and well-being.

Get checked, check yourself and make sure you take good care of yourself.”Mark has since partnered with TUI to offer one lucky Instagram user a chance to win a total of three holidays in one year and it won't cost a penny.The winner will get one long-haul trip, a beach holiday in the Mediterranean, and a city break of their choice.To enter, head to Mark’s Instagram and share your best holiday moments using the "Add Yours" function via Instagram stories.The winner will be announced by Mark on January 17.Mark Wright has partnered with TUI UK&I unveiling Vitamin H (holiday) deficiency as the latest trend to come out of the pandemic. For more information visit TUI.co.uk and start your Vitamin H fix.

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A post shared by Mark Wright (@wrighty_)In a separate post two weeks after his operation, Mark confessed the health scare had been a “terribly worrying time”.He explained he was worried and anxious about “what could have been” and was left feeling “low” as he recovered.He continued: “I've had the worry and the anxiety about what this could have been, and just staying in and recovering just leaving me feeling a little bit low and not very motivated.”Mark noticed the lump under his armpit and became increasingly concerned as it began to grow.He was informed by a specialist that the lump was a benign tumour but doctors feared it could turn cancerous and decided to remove it.Now, he is encouraging others to get checked.The presenter told followers: “Moral of the story: if you notice anything that doesn’t look or feel quite right. Don’t leave it.“Nothing in life is more important than your health and well-being.
Mark Wright has opened up on still feeling “scarred” after the emotional trauma of 2020, as four of his family members were hospitalised with COVID-19. Two more of the TOWIE star’s family members contracted the virus, but thankfully didn’t require medical treatment.

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