A Russian beauty blogger has shared her distress with the world after botched surgery left her with square shaped breasts.
Yulia Debbagkh from Moscow has received cruel taunts from online trolls on account of her unusually shaped bosoms, with one unpleasant individual jeering, ‘I hope you get triangle-shaped next.’
Yulia, who is said to be in her early thirties, underwent surgery on her breasts thirteen years ago at Moscow’s Institute of Plastic Surgery and Cosmetology.
However, the silicone implants were wrongly placed over rather than under the muscle tissue. As a result, one of the implants has now slipped; giving her bust a distinctive ‘square’ shape.
Glamorous Yulia took to social media to share pictures of her chest, revealing her plight to followers:
Whose bust is this? Look further… mine. My silicone one, that served me for 13 years.
The implant is not torn, it is simply rumpled. Of course it is impossible to smooth it. New full scale replacement surgery is needed.
Unfortunately, her honesty has opened her up to some cruel insults. One person dismissed her as being ‘a silly woman with a square shape’ while another rather inaccurately claimed, ‘No man would marry plastic boobs.’
Going forward, Yulia is hoping for one million roubles – approximately £12,600 – in compensation from the clinic which could cover the price of her corrective surgery
Russian channel NTV filmed the social media star as she was examined by Maxim Nesterenko, a surgeon who could give Yulia the corrective surgery she so desperately craves.
Speaking with Yulia before the NTV crew, Nesterenko explained:
This time we will do it the proper way, We will remove the old implants, put new ones under the muscle.
And these new implants will be modern ones. These days manufacturers give a life long guarantee.
Yulia has solemnly pledged:
My bust will be better than ever.
Speaking with NTV, Yulia explained how the clinic where she originally had surgery did not advise her how her implants could need replacing:
I am not a fan of extreme sports, I did not put on or lose weight. I did not even give birth.
I know that woman who had children may experience deformations.
When Yulia returned to the clinic, she was informed she would have to ‘take her place in the queue’ and be prepared to pay more money for further surgery.
Yulia alleges this clinic have also misplaced her medical records.
Deputy director of the Institute of Plastic Surgery and Cosmetology, Mikhail Pavlyuk, has made the following statement:
We do not object to the point that we bear responsibility.
We are obliged to keep the medical records of our patients for 25 years.
Take a closer look at Yulia’s bothersome bust below:
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We all know the internet can be an unforgiving place for those who are open about their body hang-ups.
Luckily, plenty of kind people have come forward to offer Yulia some words of support.
One admirer noted, ‘Not every woman would show this. Well done, thank you. I am thinking about surgery too.’
Hopefully Yulia will succeed in getting the corrective surgery she desires and will feel comfortable in her own body once more.
For any women out there considering silicon implants, make sure to do some serious research before putting your breasts under the knife…
Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.