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Instagram model Jadé Tuncdoruk undergoes procedure to prevent cervical cancer

Instagram model Jadé Tuncdoruk undergoes a medical procedure to remove abnormal cells on her cervix to prevent cervical cancer

Instagram model Jadé Tuncdoruk has undergone a medical procedure to remove abnormal cells on her cervix which, if left untreated, could lead to cervical cancer.

On Thursday, the 24-year-old posted several updates from the hospital for her 450,000 Instagram followers.

Posting to her Stories, Jadé shared a photo of herself sitting in the waiting room ahead of the procedure. 

Brave: Instagram model Jadé Tuncdoruk has undergone a medical procedure to remove abnormal cells on her cervix which, if left untreated, could lead to cervical cancer

Wearing a hospital gown and a face mask, Jadé displayed two peace signs as she captioned the photo: ‘Waiting room deuces.’ 

Following the procedure, the influencer smiled while filming a short clip from the hospital bed as her boyfriend, Lachie Brycki, sat by her side. 

‘I did it, now where going to go to Maccas,’ she said.  

Keeping her fans informed: On Thursday, the 24-year-old posted several updates from the hospital for her 450,000 Instagram followers

Keeping her fans informed: On Thursday, the 24-year-old posted several updates from the hospital for her 450,000 Instagram followers

Support: Following the procedure, the influencer smiled while filming a short clip from the hospital bed as her boyfriend, Lachie Brycki, sat by her side

Support: Following the procedure, the influencer smiled while filming a short clip from the hospital bed as her boyfriend, Lachie Brycki, sat by her side

On Wednesday, Jadé explained to her followers in another video that she was undergoing a LEEP, or loop electrosurgical excision procedure. 

‘My LEEP procedure is tomorrow, so that’s basically my minor surgery to remove the abnormal cells from my cervix so that they don’t grow into cervical cancer,’ she said.  

A loop electrosurgical excision procedure involves the removal of abnormal tissue from the surface of the cervix using a thin wire loop that is heated electrically. 

Surgery: On Wednesday, Jadé explained to her followers in another video that she was undergoing a LEEP, or loop electrosurgical excision procedure

Surgery: On Wednesday, Jadé explained to her followers in another video that she was undergoing a LEEP, or loop electrosurgical excision procedure

Jadé added that she would be in the hospital for ‘half a day’ and would be going under general anesthetic for the procedure.

‘I am going under for it, so I’m not going to be awake. It’s not going to be painful, it will be a little bit after but I think it’s similar to strong cramping,’ she continued. 

‘If you’ve had a biopsy and you’ve been told you need the LEEP procedure, its a lot like the biopsy.’ 

Explaining the process: Jadé added that she would be in the hospital for 'half a day' and would be going under general anesthetic for the procedure

Explaining the process: Jadé added that she would be in the hospital for ‘half a day’ and would be going under general anesthetic for the procedure

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