When it comes to her well-being, Khloé Kardashian has no patience for Instagram bullies. The 38-year-old Kardashians star responded to a troll in the Instagram comments area by saying that she had had surgery to remove a malignant growth from her face.
On February 26, Kardashian posted a photo from the gym that revealed a strange bandage covering her left cheek. She wrote “Happy Sunday” as the image’s caption. Hey, what the heck is on your cheek? a commenter on Instagram inquired. Kim Kardashian answered with grace and a description of her most recent treatment. She answered, “A bandage.” “I had a tumor on my face removed, but I’m doing great. I appreciate you asking.
Another admirer politely inquired about the bandage covering her face, and Kardashian explained that it was really a “scar strip,” which lessens the visibility of a scar. She said, “I recently had a tumor removed from my face, so I wear this to promote healing and stop my scar from growing worse. Everything is terrific and mending well.
The creator of Good American earlier said that the malignancy was diagnosed by physicians in October 2022. In her Instagram Story, she explained, “After noticing a little lump on my face and assuming it was something as simple as a pimple, I opted to get it biopsied 7 months after realizing it was not moving.”
She then underwent two consecutive biopsies, all of which yielded identical findings, and noted that the bulge was “extremely unusual” for someone her age. She said, “I was fortunate in that all I have is a scar to tell a tale with. “Most individuals aren’t as fortunate as me, and I will always be appreciative and thankful.”
Kardashian’s previous skin cancer scares are not new. She detailed having many moles biopsied and removed over the years, with one on her back turning out to be melanoma, in a 2019 blog post. She remarked, “I had eight inches of skin removed.
Despite the fact that there was a lot of skin to remove, most removals haven’t been all that unpleasant. However, the majority of her skin removals have been benign. She added, “I’ve been through this procedure a few times and I’m very thankful that most moles have not been malignant. “Now that I’ve experienced this a few times, I am more conscious of my skin, body, and moles.