Going under the knife because one isn’t pleased with its looks and wants to look like celebrities? No way!
It is already bad enough when a woman spots few bumps on her. She then goes to hospital for a checkup. Then, they tell her the shattering news. If she is lucky, she will pass through several tests before she is operated, screening, chemo… chest reconstruction… It will be a big blow for her until matters settle in and she resumes a new life again.
But using this for aesthetics or vanity, it is way too much.
As I heard on one of these nights on the radio, and regarding the last news on silicon implants that have resulted faulty, and many women who had them seem to be at risk, a woman called up in the programme saying that her niece had had implants some two years. She had them to enlarge her chest and she presumably had had them in well known aesthetics clinic. She also paid good money for the implants of silicon. Now the girl, on reading the latest news, is scared that the silicon implants could break and her life could be threatened. She wants the surgeon who operated on her to remove them and she went back to the clinic. The doctor checked on her, but told her that she was fine and the implants used were homologated. Therefore, he won’t do anything. She then went to a NHS hospital where she was told that they don’t do this unless it had been chest reconstruction because of cancer. She was also told that if it was just for aesthetics, she will have to go to the clinic where she had them done and pay to get the implants removed.
This may seem bad for the girl to hear, but they are right, because she did it for vanity and nothing else but vanity as many women do these days in an attempt to look like celebrities. It is sensible that she pays to get them removed.
Some women should think it twice before going under the knife, because they aren’t pleased with their physical features. Surgeons, operating theatres, knives and the like are for serious illnesses and this is bad enough already.
Going under the knife because you don’t like that way you are? No way! These aesthetic clinics are making good business out of women’s vanity!
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Tags: cancer, implants, silicon, Vanity, women
2 Responses to “A Girl Who Wanted to be Prettier”
Lisa Marie Mottert Says...
On January 21, 2012 at 10:44 am
Good article… nice share:)
Thanks, for bringing attention to this.
On January 21, 2012 at 1:46 pm
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