The Woman With The Biggest Breast In The World Will Have Them Removed

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Woman Has World’s Largest Breast Implants Removed

NewsCore – Sheyla Hershey’s fight to save her M cup breast implants came to an end Thursday, as she underwent surgery in Richmond, Tex., to have them removed, myFOXhouston.com reported.

Hershey — who was trying to achieve fame for having the largest breasts in the world and has had over 30 plastic surgeries — was plagued by severe infections and high fevers after her most recent implant surgery in Brazil in June 2010.

“I know it’s going to be a lot of pain on me because I love to have them, but I realize that my family comes first and I love my daughter and son and they come first.”

“I decided to go smaller — a lot smaller. I just want a normal size like a normal housewife has,” she said.

In a pre-surgery interview, Hershey said she was finally ready for all four implants — two in each breast — to be removed.

“It’s the only thing that has saved my life, to be honest,” Hershey said of the device, though she added that it was “annoying” and “heavy.”

Before Thursday’s surgery to remove the implants, Bucek performed two other operations to help drain the infected areas, and a special vacuum had been suctioning the infection from Hershey’s body 24 hours a day for months.

But after the operation, Hershey became seriously ill and has since been closely monitored by a cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Ron Bucek, and an infectious disease expert, Dr. Shazia Gill, in Texas.

“Even though I love to have huge breasts … I’m going to try to live without it. Hopefully I will be done then and be happy and just running around with my kids!”

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One Comment

  1. Sincerely speaking it is realy good to have a big breast because it’s part of women beauty but it is better to be natural and not implanted.

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