Adrianne Curry, a star on 'America's Next Top Model,' recently revealed in a lengthy blog post how a breast implants removal surgery became too intense for her. She went on to say that it was a difficult experience for her because the doctors encountered some complications while removing the implant. The procedure proved to be more intense than she anticipated and she is lucky to have gotten out of it without ant problems.
It is not every day that stars recount deep revelations such as this about themselves, so we are lucky to hear from Curry.
Curry wanted everyone to know what had happened to her while she was in the surgery table, but she did not want to impose. She posted series of graphic photos to show exactly what she had to go through while in the hospital, but cautioned that the message came from oxycodone.
37-year-old Curry first came to the limelight when she emerged as the winner of 'ANTM' in 2003. This year, was filled with intense vibes and rivalry, but somehow, Curry managed to come out without a scratch.
Speaking about her breast implants removal via her Instagram page, the model mentioned that there was nothing easy about the procedure. According to her, the doctors had only planned to wrap up the implant removal in some minutes but ended up initiating double surgeries on the same day.
The model said that she was looking forward to the surgery, which took place on Monday, January 6, 2020. She and her husband, Mathew Rhode had to take a flight to see the surgeon two days before the proposed date, to make sure that everything was in order.
Some minutes to when the surgery would begin properly, Curry revealed that she began to have cold feet. She mentioned that she was almost panicking because she was afraid if going under, but the doctor's helped calm her. They handed her a happy juice to help with her nerves before finally carrying her to the surgery room. The surgery was successful initially, but after a while, Curry started feeling deep pains in her breast area. The doctors were very accommodating as they helped her eat and drink conveniently.
Curry also went to see the doctor, hoping that she would avoid any form of pain during the procedure, hence, she began a pre-op. Curry also revealed that she spent the night in the emergency room till the day of the surgery, to make sure that she was absolutely prepared for the worst-case scenario.
"If so many women were virtually pain-free, wouldn't I be, after getting it done? Should I have to waste over 600 dollars on a room?" Curry said.