A young woman who was left with just one breast after a botched boob job has warned others to think twice before having cosmetic surgery. Ekaterina from Volgograd in southwest Russia claims a surgeon accidentally sliced the implant when inserting it inside her - and as a result it leaked and caused her body to reject it. She was in constant pain and needed to have a drip inserted to drain fluid from her body, according to reports.
With boob jobs an easy way to gain confidence, more Australian women are turning to plastic surgery to enhance their assets, but can the implants in your chest be causing illness? Picture: Alberto E. Though Ayesha, 30, only intended to have her breasts lifted, the end results were far from what she had imagined, the New York Post reported.
There have been plenty of cases of plastic surgery gone wrong making headlines lately. First off, make sure your plastic surgeon is certified—and this is important—by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. When you go in for your appointment, make sure you are incredibly clear with your surgeon about what you want and that he or she is sparklingly clear with you about what will go down during surgery.
Love Island Australia's Jessie Wynter has spoken about her botched boob job, telling fans they should think twice before undergoing cosmetic surgery. In an interview with New Idea on Monday, the year-old revealed she had traveled overseas for the procedure several years ago, but was unhappy with the results and so underwent corrective surgery in January. Pictured in Julyafter undergoing corrective surgery.
A year-old woman has been left with a wonky chest after not one but two botched boob jobs abroad. Initially Holly, who is 5ft 6 and a dress size 8, was given G-cup sized breasts, but woke up in absolute agony and had to be wheeled back into surgery to have the implants removed. She then returned to the clinic five months later and was given D-cup breasts.
Ayesha Curry has never been shy about opening up about aspects of her life to her fans. While talking to Working Mother, Curry said she had always been an advocate of people doing whatever makes them happy. Curry, whose third child, son Canon, was born this past summer, explained to Working Mother that she has since found other ways to feel comfortable with her appearance, including her size and being of mixed race.
Holly McCulloch, 28, from Greasby, Wirral, felt depressed about her natural breasts and booked into a clinic in Istanbul, Turkey, after seeing an ad on Instagram - becoming yet another Brit victim of dodgy surgery abroad. More than 1, British women arrive home every year with issues ranging from infection to gaping holes in their skin after having cut-price ops abroad. But Brits are still being drawn in by the glossy online ads, as well as the more positive experiences of reality stars like Lauren Goodger, Chloe Khan and Rodrigo Alves - who have all gone under the knife in the sunny hotspot.