Jenelle Evans, in a photo, seeks medical assistance.


Jenelle Evans, in a photo, asks for assistance with a medical diagnosis.

Jenelle Evans, who appeared on “Teen Mom 2,” posted photos of her skin problems.

The mother of three had a mole removed and was also suffering from a rash on her chest that she didn’t know about.

On November 17, 2021, the North Carolina native asked her 2 million Instagram followers to help her figure out what was wrong after doctors couldn’t tell her what was wrong right away.

Evans, 29, captioned a photo of an abnormal growth that had been removed from her leg with, “Daily reminder.. go get your moles checked yearly.”

The wound was still healing.

“I don’t have any other pics but this was the ‘freckle’ removed due to asymmetry and half of it turned dark brown,” she captioned another photo of herself holding a fish in a bathing suit.

“For those who are curious, I am still awaiting results.”

Evans’ third post included a picture of a red rash on her chest.

“And for those who are wondering why I had a physical examination.

I’m not sure what this is.

“Only when I’m out in the sun and itchy,” she explained.

“I was told to wait until I break out, then call for a biopsy right away,” Evans continued.

“I haven’t had it completed yet.”

“Does anyone have any ideas?”

Evans’ first Instagram posts after announcing her intention to take a break from social media following the cancellation of her “Stay Cozy” clothing line were pleas for help.

“The first priority for me is my mental health.”

To be honest, I’m so depressed that I need to disconnect from social media.

On November 13, 2021, she wrote on Instagram Stories, “Pray for me, thanks.”

Evans’ Instagram Followers Reacted

Evans’ supporters speculated that she may be experiencing polymorphous light eruption.

“A lot of you are suggesting this,” the star said after sharing an answer from a social media user.

I believe you are correct.

“I’ll check with my dermatologist.”

Polymorphous light eruption is a “sun-induced rash” that can appear as tiny red bumps or slightly raised skin, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Itching or burning, as well as clumps of blisters and small bumps, are among the symptoms, according to the website.

“Polymorphous light eruption usually resolves without scarring within 10 days,” according to the Mayo Clinic.

“Medication may be required for people who have severe or persistent rashes.”

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