Teen Mom terror. Briana DeJesus worried her fans when she said she was afraid the moles on her face could be cancerous and the MTV star opened up exclusively to RadarOnline.com about her fears for her future. Click through the gallery for the Teen Mom 2 star’s candid interview about her health crisis.
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“There are two moles on my face that I recently addressed, along with a slew of other things, when I was doing an Instagram Live,” DeJesus explained to Radar following her tell-all video.
“Some of the questions I was receiving had to do with changes I would make to my body and if I’m happy with my current body,” said the reality star, who went under the knife earlier in the year.
DeJesus had a boob job and a butt lift in early 2018.
“When discussing some of the changes that I would make, I mentioned knowing that I have to remove these two moles at some point, as they could potentially be cancerous or turn into cancer,” she told Radar.
DeJesus told Radar she was fearful about a positive diagnosis. “Obviously, if something’s cancerous, I worry that I could die, which is something I mentioned in my IG Live.”
The TM2 star hoped to help her followers face their fears as well, telling Radar: “Cancer is a very serious thing and obviously I feel like everyone should do whatever necessary things they can to prevent it if at all possible, hence why I mentioned I know I need to get these removed.”
DeJesus said her two children were her world. “Being a mother, staying healthy is a top priority.”
The TM2 star recently struggled with painful eye ulcers saying she was “dying” from the “painful” condition.
In order to avoid a life-threatening prognosis in the future, DeJesus told Radar that she would confront any medical issues before they became a problem.
“I want to be around for my kids as long as I possibly can, so if that means removing some moles as a precautionary thing, I plan to do that. That’s all there is to it,” she told Radar.
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