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Hi and welcome to Breast Buddies Forum!

As a guest you're more than welcome to browse the forums and get information about breast augmentation surgery. We feel that everyone deserves to look and feel their best, and all are welcome to have a look around! However some forums are hidden and some aren't available to guests, so you're more than welcome to join up and join in to fully take advantage of all the site has to offer.

Why Register?

• Keep up to date with the latest surgery news
• Chat to friendly girls who've been through the op
• See pictures of real life patients
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Post by COOKIE 13th July 2013, 7:11 am

A former topless model says she has nowhere left to turn after an alleged botched boob job left her in almost constant pain.

Kerry Tyrrell, of Peartree Close, Braintree, first underwent a £4,050 breast enlargement operation in July 2005, boosting her cup size from a 32D to a FF.

She spent four years as a glamour model, appearing in papers including the Daily Sport, until about 2007 when she quit ahead of the birth of her fourth child, Brooklyn, now five.

The mum-of-five first noticed something wasn’t quite right when she began experiencing pain in 2011.

Mrs Tyrrell underwent an implant replacement procedure in April last year after her Poly Implants Protheses (PIP) implant ruptured, but says she is still in pain.

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First BA 2006 460CCs CUIs. Ruptured 2009
Revision with full capsulectomy & uplift 410CCs CUIs 2009
Scar Revision with Lollipop Lift 2011
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Post by dafneylou 14th July 2013, 8:03 pm

on no, this is scary for me, I am in alot of pain at the moment and am counting on the R&R to sort it and and stp and pain and discomfort I am experiencing. I really hope this doesn't happen to me.nope 
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Post by jenniferrf1 14th July 2013, 8:05 pm

Aww dafneylou, I'm hoping for you to, it will be great to get those pips out so you can really enjoy your new boobs xx
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Post by pr1ncessmummy 15th July 2013, 8:30 am

Me too Dafneylou! This whole process is so scary as we just don't know what the long-term complications will be from these PIPs sad smile 
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Post by COOKIE 15th July 2013, 8:55 am

My heart goes out to your girls and I hope once those things are out of your body you'll be feeling much better. Hug

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First BA 2006 460CCs CUIs. Ruptured 2009
Revision with full capsulectomy & uplift 410CCs CUIs 2009
Scar Revision with Lollipop Lift 2011
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Post by dafneylou 17th July 2013, 2:20 pm

I've just seen this, 
Thanks girls for the support, think me and pr1ncessmummy really need it at the moment.
I have everything crossed that all the symptoms I have just disappear when these horrid things are out of my body.
Not long now...xxx
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Post by pr1ncessmummy 17th July 2013, 2:25 pm

I agree with Dafney, we do appreciate all the support and just have to hope against all hope that removing these awful things will stop the pain and discomfort for good!
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