Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Graphics -Surgery gone wrong..Miss BumBum contestant rushed back to hospital just weeks after fillers in her legs 'rotted' her muscles

Just weeks after Brazil's Miss BumBum runner-up spoke of how plastic surgery ended her in intensive care with rotting legs, the model has been rushed back into hospital. 

Andressa Urach, 27, spent a month in intensive care and feared she would lose her leg after fillers 'rotted' her muscles and had to be removed, triggering a life-threatening infection.

The model and tv-presenter is now in care yet again, after suffering infections as a result of the implants in her buttocks
Brazil overtook the U.S. in 2013 to become the most prolific plastic surgery nation in the world.

Almost 1.5million procedures were performed in the South American country - an increase of 600,000 in just two years.
These included 226,000 breast enlargements and 64,000 buttock augmentations, a fifth of all those in the world.
Brazil has more than 5,000 plastic surgeons who also performed 78,000 facelifts, 77,000 nose jobs and 219 penis enlargements, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.
But the U.S. was still far ahead for the number of non-surgical procedures, such as laser hair removal and chemical peels, with 2.5million to Brazil's 650,000.
Fellow Miss BumBum contestant Jessica Lopes, who shared a flat with Ms Urach, said last year: 'Andressa and I would go to the plastic surgeon as if we were going shopping.
'Sometimes we would agree to do some procedure together, we were not afraid.
'We were slaves to beauty.' 

Am speechless, but I pray God help them all out of their slavery. 


  1. I am very sure she has learnt her lesson in the hard way, it will serve as a deterrent to her other mates.