“It’s not who I am. It’s something I did. It was a choice that I made, and I wanted other women and people to know, ‘Yeah, I have insecurities and so does everyone, and this is what I did, and I don’t want to lie about it, and I don’t want to cover it up. I don’t like lying. It’s just not who I am. In retrospect, I do wish I never would have said anything.
I wouldn’t do it again … If I could go back, I wouldn’t have had them. It was a lot harder, then I was led on by my doctor. I didn’t know how excessive it really was.
It was a lot and I’m very thankful for how it turned out. It could have been disastrous.
I feel trapped in my own body. There’s just no fixing it. Dr. Ryan knows the work he did, he knows everything.”
Considering Dr. Ryan was killed in a car accident recently, we're not sure what that means.
But we do feel bad for her! Live and learn.
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