Considering Breast Implants?

October 27th, 2011   admin   Uncategorized

Think again! Denise Richards is only the latest in a line of female celebs to speak out about the truth of one of Hollywood’s most common practices- breast enhancement. Richards reveals she regrets the implants she got at age 19, mostly due to the fact that she is concerned about the message it’s sending to her 3 little girls. Denise, now 40, wishes she had been more confident about her own body and states, “That is something that I really want to encourage in my daughters, to embrace their healthy body and have confidence.” Denise originally got hers done upon seeing her roommate’s and how beautiful hers were. She also claims that after the process they turned out bigger than what she wanted. “I was in such a hurry to get them that I didn’t research my doctor”, she says. So Richards then went to another surgeon to get a reduction, but alas that doctor gave her even bigger ones! A D cup! She didn’t want to get into a lawsuit with him because she was just about to start filming Wild Things. Could this be true? Whatever the case she indeed regrets it now.

In an interview with Tori Spelling earlier this year, she also shared her regret of getting enhancements, when finding out that it affected the process of breast feeding. Apparently women with implants are less likely to produce enough milk. Spelling had her surgery in her early 20’s to have more sex appeal. Now she says, “I love being a mom. I’m on my third baby. We want to have more. Like, that’s my role. These (big breasts) don’t matter.” And in an even scarier account Sharon Osbourne recently shared that she had hers removed because, “One morning I woke up and one of my boobies was kind of much longer than the other … So I’m thinking, this isn’t right,”. She later found out that one of her implants had leaked into the wall of her stomach, so she had them removed. Yikes! According to the FDA about 40% of augmentation patients have at least one serious complication within three years after getting their saline implants and 1 in 8 patients should expect to have additional surgery within the first 3 years. You can bet your bottom dollar I’m just fine with my little girls.

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