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Jason Momoa is staying on top of his health.
A source tells PEOPLE the Aquaman star, 42, is doing "OK" after he posted a shirtless photo of himself Sunday getting an MRI done as "a precaution" during a recent hospital visit.
"You got to break some eggs to make an omelette. Aloha J. Thankful for my ohana and friends," Momoa wrote in the caption.
His post elicited some concern from his family friends in the comments section, including Octavia Spencer. "Oh no!" his Justice League costar Gal Gadot wrote with a red heart emoji. "Oh no! You alright dude?" Candy actor Pablo Schreiber commented. "Oh lord, what now," wrote Jill Wagner.
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"Well, I just finished. That's why ... I had a hernia surgery yesterday," Momoa told Extra. "Throwing bodies around. I'm getting old, bro."
The Dune actor has recently been romantically linked to Eiza González as he films Fast X, the 10th installment in the Fast & Furious franchise. "They are dating. He cares about her," a source told PEOPLE earlier this month.
Another insider told PEOPLE that the pair is "exclusive" and they started dating in February "after meeting through work and mutual connections."
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"Right now it's not a very serious situation and they're both just seeing where it goes," the source added. "They've been spending time together when they can and making it work between their two busy schedules."
Momoa and wife Lisa Bonet previously announced in a joint statement that they were "parting ways in marriage" in January. They got married in November 2017 after their relationship began in 2005, and they share daughter Lola Iolani, 14, and son Nakoa-Wolf, 13.
"The love between us carries on, evolving in ways it wishes to be known and lived. We free each other to be who we are learning to become," they shared in the statement. "Our devotion unwavering to this sacred life ... teaching our children what's possible. Living the Prayer. May Love Prevail J & L."