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They’re Saying She’s The Hottest Grandma In The World, But All Of That Might Change With A Single Operation

Uncategory Jul 16, 2018 05:25

Meet Gina Stewart.

Gina is a 47-year-old grandmother from Australia.

A finalist in the Miss Maxim Australia, Gina has managed to attract over 84,000 followers on Instagram in just five months…

…but she estimates 90% of her followers are men.

She attributes this to the fact that her breasts are size EE.

Gina thought her fake boobs would bring her happiness…

…since she used to be bullied for her B-cup breasts before she paid $10,000 for her implants.

“Once I got the implants, I thought that it was going make me the happiest girl in the whole world,” she explains to Daily Mail.

“Now that I've got breasts, I still get judged.”

The implants, sadly, did not make her feel any better about herself.

And unfortunately for Gina, she thinks her breast implants are making her sick…

…and blames the myriad of health issues she’s had on them.

The only problem is that if she removes them, it might mean Gina will lose some of her Instagram followers.

“They will probably delete me.”

“They’ll unfollow me and probably be disappointed.”

Thankfully, she doesn’t really care that much.

“It's not about the size of my breasts anymore.”

“It's about my health.”

Gina’s health, unfortunately, isn’t exactly in tip-top shape.

She suffers from panic attacks as well as depression, and has only left her house 20 times in the past year.

“I'm very fatigued. I get anxiety. I get sick a lot. I get the flu, coughs and colds, just feel lethargic all the time.”

But enough is enough, and Gina has finally decided to remove her implants despite the backlash it might cause her on social media.

“This is a very controversial subject and it’s going to get a lot of media attention,” she laments.

“My advice to any women thinking of getting breast implants is ‘Please don’t do it.’”

FiveThirtyEight estimates that about 4% of women in the United States have breast implants…

…and while the negative side effects from having a breast augmentation are few and far between, there still are some risks.

What do you think – should Gina remove her implants?

Or would it be better for her to find a different doctor who can remedy her ailments?

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