Former ‘Top Model’ and reality star Adrianne Curry admits she’s ‘uncomfortable’ with her body after breast-implant removal

Former ‘Top Model’ and reality star Adrianne Curry admits she’s ‘uncomfortable’ with her body after breast-implant removal

Former reality-TV star Adrianne Curry, now an Avon representative, credits the beauty products for making her feel better after a complicated explant surgery: “It helps.” (Photo: Facebook)

“Supportive comments from women are a blessing, as most women are pretty bad to one another, especially on the internet,” Curry tells Yahoo Lifestyle, who adds that her implant-explant journey has taught her a valuable lesson about herself. “That I foolishly wasted a lot of time in my life trying to impress other people, and I won’t waste one more singular moment doing so ever again,” she says. “A healthy and happy life far outweighs a so-called ‘relevant’ and glittery one.”

On social media, her posts offered an honest update of her implant removal, in which she discusses going down more than two cup sizes and struggling with insecurities surrounding her body image.

But, explained Curry, now an Avon representative who is married to voiceover actor Matthew Rhode, “I am not interested in more surgeries. I was a c cup and a b cup prior to surgery. Now? Not even a double A. Most women go back to what they had before and some are even bigger. I was hoping I’d be bigger since I gained weight since implanting.” She adds, “I’ve tossed the dice and lost EVERY time I did ANYTHING for vanity. Don’t do it, guys.”

she underwent (and shared about) a myomectomy, or the surgical removal of uterine fibroids.’ data-reactid=”37″>Years ago, she explains, she embarked upon a thorough and at-times discouraging search for the right surgeon — which came with many “red flags,” “unprofessional” situations and the feeling that some doctors were running “breast implant factor[ies].” Then came an explant delay due to a different surgery, in 2017, when she underwent (and shared about) a myomectomy, or the surgical removal of uterine fibroids.

Curry also calls out those who might mean well but who instead wind up minimizing her emotional experience with explanting. “All the ‘at leasters’ tell me ‘at least you have your health! At least (insert dumb shit that doesn’t make you feel better at all here)!’ It’s the most toxic & unhelpful thing I’ve experienced so far. The complete dismissal of my inner feelings and voice.”

She continues, “I got fake boobs due to massive insecurity. My entire life was molded on how I look. Good… LUCK shaking THAT brain washing! I do feel better physically. No phantom knife shank pains… but learning to love a new version of yourself takes time. I went in due to insecurities. I look down and feel like I am looking at someone else. My chest is completely foreign to me.”

She also explained that her husband has been her “rock,” noting, “It took me 5 years to get comfortable enough to go braless in front of my husband. Now, we are back to square one! T shirt sex!!”

Curry’s posts have been resonating with her followers across Facebook and Instagram. “I really appreciate your openness with your experience,” noted one Instagram fan. “Hopefully it inspires girls and women to know they are good enough natural despite any insecurities our toxic society has bred. No judgements to people who choose to enhance but know that we are all made perfectly imperfect.” Another added, “ I admire you for being so frank. You are beautiful in every way. My hope for you is to find inner peace, confidence, and the desire to rip that shirt off and enjoy that man skin to skin-chest to chest soon.”

Curry also took the time to respond to various commenters and inspired at least one woman to forgo augmentation. “You are teaching women to love themselves for who they are, and your husband is teaching men to love women for who they are!!” said the follower. “You will get there, I went from a really small B cup before kids to a large C and droopy boobs after kids and had thought about getting a lift and implant, but after hearing your stories and many others I have decided against it. I pray that someday you will love yourself [through] your eyes like your husband loves you through his!!”

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