Tiffany “New York” Pollard Got Her Fake Boobs Taken Out Because Of Breast Implant Illness

November 6, 2019 / Posted by:

Bad news for the Kardashian/Jenners: Plastic surgery can make you sick! Tiffany “New York” Pollard, appeared on the season premiere of one of my favorite shows Botched, and she was actually there to get her breast implants remove because of Breast Implant Illness. Sharon Osbourne, Crystal Hefner, Yolanda Hadid, Stevie Nicks, and Michelle Visage all removed theirs for health reasons. So yeah, women around the world who have had their tig old bitties done up are coming together to say: “There is something wrong with my titties and they are giving me diarrhea!”

Page Six says that huge fake breasts don’t just come with a lot of semi-wanted attention and back issues: they also come with a huge heaping of runny bowel movements. The glamor of a hot body! Tiffany has been on Botched–with Drs. Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif–in the past and had her breast implants fixed by Dr. Dubrow in a previous season. Well since then, those breasts have been more trouble than they were worth. She has experienced symptoms like dizziness and panic attacks and most fun of all “diarrhea every morning like clockwork.” Well… at least you’re regular!

A friend of Tiffany’s, who had the same issues, got her fake boobs taken out and poof! The sickness disappeared. So Tiff reached out to Dr. Dubrow to take them out. Apparently more than 40,000 women are in a Facebook group all about this Breast Implant Illness. Dr. Dubrow explains the whole thing on the season premiere, saying:

“The most rapidly expanding part of my practice is taking breast implants out for patients who think they may have Breast Implant Illness. The truth is: when you put a foreign body into a human, it can have a lot of reactions to it.”

Like diarrhea. Well, now we know why the Kardashian/Jenner’s love that tummy tea! They’re used to the runs. Considering all the foreign matter they have floating around in their face/ass/breasts/bodies; God only knows what kind of armageddon-level diarrhea they get.

Pic: YouTube

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