America's Next Top Model star Adrianne Curry shared an extensive blog post detailing her intense breast implant removal surgery, during which there was a shocking complication. Curry, 37, shared graphic photos and details last week, beginning the post with a warning that "this message brought to you by Oxycodone. Curry detailed how she prepared for the procedure , which took place on Monday, Jan. The model and her husband, Matthew Rhode, flew to Chicago on Jan. The next day, she already started pre-op and hoped she could avoid intense pain.
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Adrianne Curry took her fans behind the scenes of her traumatic breast implant removal in a lengthy and detailed blog post , complete with gruesome photos. The first ever "America's Next Top Model" winner prefaced the tale with the following warning: "This message brought to you by Oxycodone," so we knew we were in for quite the ride. She then went on to describe her intense preparation for the surgery, her gut instinct telling her to stay overnight in the emergency room and the scary realization that her worst nightmare had come true: there was a massive complication. On Jan. Her pre-op was the following day.
Another vocal sharer on this front has been former reality TV star Adrianne Curry, who has been documenting her painful and complex explant journey on her blog and on social media, and who has now been eliciting a flood of comments from women on her honest and inspiring Thursday social media posts. On social media, her posts offered an honest update of her implant removal, in which she discusses going down more than two cup sizes and struggling with insecurities surrounding her body image. My doctor then decided to reduce my left breast to try to even me out. I was a c cup and a b cup prior to surgery. Not even a double A. Most women go back to what they had before and some are even bigger. I was hoping I'd be bigger since I gained weight since implanting.
The model revealed she is going to have her breast implants removed after claiming they've caused her an immense amount of pain. Curry-Rhode took to Instagram Monday afternoon to explain her decision. I just booked my surgery date with florencemussatmd. I am DONE with these painful, misshapen things! They looked good in clothes, hideous out of them. They hurt, and even this picture I was in pain. Lifting my arms is limited since doing this to my body. I am on my way to correct this idiotic decision I made when I lived in a sea of shallow vanity and immense narcissism. No surgical alterations. No fillers or botox.