Bunnie DeFord said she suffered breast implant illness for years and decided she wanted to be natural again so removed the saline implants, so she showed them on TikTok
A woman decided to have her breast implants removed and she was surprised by what they looked like once they were out – so she’s shared a video of them with her followers on TikTok.
Followers seemingly couldn’t get enough of Bunnie DeFord’s clip as she showed what the implants really looked like, as the Daily Star reports.
The content creator, who also hosts the Dumb Blonde podcast, had her saline implants removed in November 2020 after suspecting they were making her sick.
She described it as the “best decision” she’s ever made while showing her followers on TikTok what the implants become after two years of use.
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Bunnie said: “I had implants in for 13 years, I started suffering so many symptoms that not one doctor could pinpoint.
“So I explanted in November 2020 and it has just been sitting. Look at that. That goes inside of a human body.
“Look at the mould. No wonder why women are having so many complications with these things. It’s disgusting.”
Visible patches of white fluff can be seen floating in the saline-filled implants, which have turned cloudy with yellow stains.
“It was the best decision I ever made,” she added.
“All symptoms went away, except anxiety. I’m also more confident with my naturals.
“Please make sure you talk to someone if you think your implants are causing breast implant illness.
“We don’t have to suffer in our quest for perfection, babies.”
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Some people said they were now convinced not to have breast augmentation surgery.
“I guess I don’t want them anymore,” one wrote and a second commented “I wanted some so bad but yeah, that’s gonna be a no for me. Thank you for being honest and letting us women know.”
According to Cancer Research, women who have implants can develop a rare type of lymphoma of the breast but it is usually easy to treat with surgical removal of the lymphoma and the implant.
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