These four women regret enlarging their boobs

FULL-TIME mum Lisa Connell from Barnet, Herts, went from a 30F to a 30FF in 2006 as part of a bucket list. Her boobs now weigh at least a stone each.

“I’ve never liked my big breasts. I was a 30F by the time I was 15 and they soon started heading south.

“In 2006 I was diagnosed with a brain tumour and I decided to write a bucket list. At the very top was a breast reduction but the surgeon said they would look better with an uplift and implants to make them look rounder.

“Everyone said they looked great afterwards but I hated them. At 5ft 6in and a size 10, my boobs were bigger than my head.

“I looked fat and getting clothes that fitted me was a nightmare.

“They made me lack confidence and with the tumour affecting my balance, speech, hearing and vision, I thought I’d never find love.

“I hate the filthy looks women give me if I wear tight tops and men just talk to my breasts, which weigh at least a stone each.

Janey, from Laughterton, Lincs, who first went from 36AA to a B, says: “I was 35 when David told me I should have breast implants because I “looked like a man”.

“I always knew my figure was boyish but I was shocked.

“He sold his beloved BMW to pay for the £4,000 procedure to take me from an AA to a B.

“Afterwards, I felt great. My new boobs made me more confident so I wore low-cut tops and showed off my skin. But eight years later, the PIP scandal broke and I found out I had toxic implants.

When I went to have them replaced with safer implants, my surgeon encouraged me to have a breast lift as well. I agreed and forked out £4,500.

“Afterwards, I felt great. My new boobs made me more confident so I wore low-cut tops and showed off my skin. But eight years later, the PIP scandal broke and I found out I had toxic implants.

When I went to have them replaced with safer implants, my surgeon encouraged me to have a breast lift as well. I agreed and forked out £4,500.

IN 2004 caterer Sarah Louise Browne from Cheltenham, Gloucs, had implants to go from 34D to a 36G.

They were so big she could no longer exercise and piled on the weight.

Sarah had the implants removed on the NHS last year. She says: “I paid £5,000 for my implants as I had dreams of making it as a glamour model. I also aspired to be like my heroes Madonna and Pamela Anderson.

“But as soon as I had them done, I had excruciating pain in my back and neck. The implants were heavy and uncomfortable. I was less active and gained 4st in weight in two years.

“I have always had a bubbly, fun personality but men started liking me just for my boobs, and women started to see me as a threat and tended to keep me away from their partners.

“Last year, I finally had the implants removed on the NHS because they were causing me so much pain. The operation took 45 minutes and luckily my chest is still perky.

“I wish I’d had it done years ago.

Emma, who is married to lorry driver Jason, 40, says: “After I had Chloe in 2001 my 34C boobs shrunk to a saggy 34A after breastfeeding.

“Almost on a whim, when I was 21, I spent £4,500 on implants. I loved them but after a few months they started to hurt and went hard.

After surgery, you are advised to wear maternity bras but I was so excited about having my new boobs, I wanted to show them off in nice bras.

“I also smoked. I had been advised both these things could cause the scar tissue to harden and the implants to look deformed but I was naive.

“I became too embarrassed to show them to anyone and I only had sex with my bra on. I couldn’t take my daughter swimming and I had to take time off work with depression.

“After four years I was referred for a second operation to correct them. The surgeon had to remove a lot of tissue so they were a lot smaller.

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