A woman is relieved to have had surgeons fix the botched boob job she had after her husband and boyfriend cheated on her.
Jessie, whose name and age are unknown, said two men she had loved cheated on her with ‘women with bigger boobs’.
But after several failed breast enhancements to boost her confidence, she ended up with one breast for six years.
She turned to the help of celebrity plastic surgeons Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif on the TLC programme Botched.
Although there was a high chance it could go wrong, they were able to provide Jessie with a ‘pretty sweet’ cleavage.
Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif on the TLC programme Botched helped to fix Jessie’s breasts. She had one breast for six years after implants ruptured multiple times
The rupture of Jessie’s implants caused her ‘tremendous pain’ a month after her boob job
Jessie said she had breast enhancements after the two men she loved cheated on her with ‘women with big boobs’. Pictured, at a younger age with an unknown man
Jessie asked the surgeons to make her ‘as big as you can go’. Pictured, younger before her surgery. It is not clear if she is the mother of the baby
Jessie, who lives in the US, recalled when she got her first boob job: ‘At this point in my life, I’d loved two men and both of them cheated on me with women with big boobs.
‘I decided enough’s enough, maybe having bigger boobs would make my chances less likely somebody cheating on me.’
Jessie asked for ‘as big as you can go’, and was given huge implants on her slim frame.
However, two weeks later her right implant ‘busted open’ and ruptured an incision, coming out of her skin.
She said she was in ‘tremendous pain’ about a month after the surgery, but it is not clear what surgery she had to fix it.
Unfortunately, the implant rejection occurred a total of three times, leaving Jessie with only one breast for six years.
‘There isn’t a day that goes by when I don’t regret getting my boobs done just to keep a man,’ Jessie said.
‘I just want to live free, not trapped by this breast. It consumes so much of my life.’
Jessie hoped Dr Dubrow would be able to even out the situation on her chest, but he came across some complications from the offset.
‘Jessie’s had some very significant early complications, despite the fact that her surgeon used preventive measures,’ Dr Dubrow explained.
The implant in Jessie’s right breast rejected a total of three times
Dr Dubrow revealed Jessie had ‘paper thin’ tissue, which would make the operation harder
He said there was a 60 per cent chance the operation would fail – which it did the first time. But Jessie said she would want the surgery even if there was a five per cent chance of success
Dr Paul Nassif and Dr Terry Dubrow are the plastic surgeons from hit TLC show Botched
While listening to Jessie tell her story, Dr Dubrow became concerned about the new patient’s ‘underlying soft tissue’.
He said: ‘We need to figure out a way to thicken up that skin if we have any chance of having an implant survive in that pocket, for any period of time.’
Dr Dubrow revealed that the surgery had a 60 per cent chance of failing due to the patient’s ‘paper thin’ tissue.
But Jessie wanted to go ahead with the operation, saying even if there was a five per cent chance it would work, she would take the risk.
In surgery, Dr Dubrow rotated a piece of tissue from the back part of the pocket to reinforce the thin skin.
He added two small implants for symmetry, but said Jessie could have larger implants in the future if she wanted.
Jessie’s first post-operative exam went well, but it wasn’t long before the right implant began rupturing.
It was removed by a local doctor in Indiana before Jessie returned to Dr Dubrow.
However, the infection helped create thicker skin which allowed Dr Dubrow to operate again for even better results.
‘I was afraid that I would never be normal,’ Jessie said. ‘But now I have two symmetric breasts that look good in and out of clothes.
‘Now I look down and cleavage. This is pretty sweet.’
Jessie said it was ‘pretty sweet’ to be able to have breasts again after so many years