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    Pebbelz Da Model Round Brown Shoot by Ilovepebbelzdamodel Vanity Wonder, an exotic dancer-turned-author shined a bright light last year onto the underground market of butt injections in her book Shot Girls. And now, she‘s planning to take the leap to have her own artificially-enlarged rear reduced in size. “I want to be able to wear what I want to wear and not have to be so aware,” Wonder says. “I’m having to wear baggy clothes and cover up. I want to be freer.” After somewhere between 16 and 20 injections [she’s not sure the exact number], Wonder went from wearing a size 1 to not being able to fit her hips and butt into anything less than a size 15. In her interview with theGrio last year, she described how when she’s out with her two sons, she dresses in size 2X jogging pants and big shirts so she looks fat and not that she has a big butt, lessening the attention. Yet, today, Wonder assures theGrio that, even as she prepares for a major surgery to reverse her earlier decisions, she still has no regrets. Hooters(1) Before injections Not looking back “People think I should regret what I’ve done,” she says, “And I think that that’s part of the reason I resisted a reduction for so long.” “I do not regret this. I do not regret anything in my life,” she says. “I feel like [the reduction is] a completion of a journey. I’ve gained so much knowledge.” Despite last year, when Wonder firmly stated to theGrio that “my butt shots don’t impact anyone who doesn’t live in my house,” she now feels that it may in fact lessen her impact with the younger girls she tries to mentor. “It’s very hypocritical to say [to them], ‘You’re fine without it, you don’t need it, you don’t need it,’ and then for me to walk around every day with it.” The surgery Wonder is currently deciding between two undisclosed plastic surgeons to perform the operation. Her first two injections were of an unknown substance, but the remainder in her hip and butt were silicone.Reversing butt injections? Vanity Wonders journey health full vanity wonder Is she nervous? “Anytime a surgery happens, I’m nervous,” she says. “I’ve already accepted whatever my butt looks like when I come out of this. I take full responsibility for these things I’ve done to myself.” Dr. Robert M. Rey, renowned plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills who has performed butt implants as well as removed them, has also removed injected silicone like Wonder’s. But, he says her situation makes surgeons sweat. “It’s a very major and a very scary procedure,” Rey says. “We can’t get it all out. We scrape as much as we can. But, it’s just a horrible operation. We basically have to filet them open.” Wonder is looking to select a surgeon who doesn’t have to “cut you and cut it out,” but she’s running into another dilemma. According to Wonder, of the doctors she has spoken to, none have dealt with as much silicone as she has inside her body. Ultimately, Wonder wants to televise her surgery and her journey as a cautionary tale. “I want people to see this,” she says. “And if you are going to do it, then do it the safe way.”
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    Vanity Wonder Massive Fake Booty & Fake Boobies by gabyybag Rey warns that there are a large number of doctors from other countries — who are not actually licensed in the United States — performing these plastic surgeries. “Some are poorly trained, and they do these bizarre things,” he says. He suggests that anyone considering butt enhancement at least search the state’s medical board to see if they’re licensed and whether they are certified as a plastic surgeon. Currently, the most common enhancement surgery involves having the patient gain weight, have total body liposuction and inject the stem cells from the fat into the gluteal muscle. This is done without an incision. “We make beautiful butts, and it’s very safe. We do a lot of people. It does give women an awesome option,” he says. But, Rey remembers a time when surgery to place butt implants — bags of saline or silicone structured similarly to breast implants — involved large incisions that were at risk for becoming infected by feces, chronic leg pain or paralysis. “Thirty percent split their sutures open,” he recalls. That was over four years ago, and according to Rey, “We’ve gotten much better.” Simply injecting liposuctioned fat is not an effective method either. The fat will liquefy into oil and ultimately get absorbed by the body, Rey explains. Complications Much like the health problems that leaky silicone breast implants caused in the 1980s and 1990s — when women sued breast implant companies for their immune system disorders, muscle aches and headaches — injecting free silicone into parts of the body such as lips, hips and butts carries the same risks. Wonder definitely had her scares. She sought medical attention when she started getting chest pains. “I would get them twice or three times a year. When I’d get them they’d be right under my left breast… I wouldn’t be able to move or breathe or anything and I’d have to take shallow breaths.” It turned out to be OK — just gastrointestinal — but the thought is still in the back of her mind. “Some of this stuff has to have gotten into my bloodstream. No, I don’t have any problems today, and I may not have any problems tomorrow. But, I wonder what parts of my body has this stuff touched that I don’t know yet.” Just last week, a 28-year-old Florida woman died ten hours after receiving butt injections using an unknown substance. It’s all in the image Human sexuality has changed, says Rey. Whereas decades ago, men would ogle a woman’s breasts if she bent over to pick something up, “it’s all about the butts,” he says. “Here comes J. Lo who puts all of the attention to butts,” he continues. “Now, the girls are rushing in like tidal waves to get their butts done.” Wonder first got injections without a real motivation behind it, just something to do she says. “But then it morphed into something else,” she told theGrio last year, such as “Wow, people are now noticing me.” “I firmly believe that girls do not need this,” Wonder now says. “I firmly believe that if you look at who you are on the inside and get yourself together that you won’t need to fix your outside.” She says it starts with empowering young girls. “[You want to get injections because] you want somebody to say you’re good enough,” Wonder explains. “Somebody’s saying it right now and you can’t even hear it. Read the Bible. Crack it open boo. Get some faith in your life. You do not need another man, women, whoever to tell you that you’re good enough. “You were born good enough. And this is what we need to be telling everybody.” Wonder is actively planning to have her surgery before the fall, and excitedly awaiting the change. — Dr. Tyeese Gaines is a physician-journalist with over 10 years of print and broadcast experience, now serving as health editor for NBC’s theGrio.com. Dr. Ty is also a practicing emergency medicine physician in New Jersey. Follow her on twitter at @doctorty.

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