Angela Rayner health: Breasts looked like ‘two boiled eggs in socks’ before £5k operation – Express

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Angela Rayner took out a loan to fund the 2010 operation, she said during an interview. The politician chose to have the surgery after a dramatic weight loss journey left her six stone lighter, changing both the shape and size of her breasts. The Labour MP gifted herself the cosmetic procedure as a reward for weight loss, she revealed.
The 42-year deputy leader said she weighed 17 stone after the birth of her children, and took 14 months to lose the weight gained during her pregnancy.
She admitted: “I had a boob job on my 30th birthday, I’d lost six stone thanks to my personal trainer, but my boobs just looked like two boiled eggs in socks.
“You know, like basset hound ears. You can’t be 30 and have a chest like an 84-year-old granny.
“I had spent about 14 months losing my baby weight. I was 17 stone after I had my children.”
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Breast augmentation is among the most popular surgical cosmetic procedures among women in the UK.
Medically known as augmentation mammoplasty, breast enhancements involve placing implants under the breast tissue or chest muscles.
In the UK, the procedure alone will cost between £3,500 to £8,000, excluding costs for consultations and follow-up care.
“You’ll also have to pay for any follow-up surgery you may need in the future,” explains the NHS.
Some people may be eligible for breast enhancement on the NHS, depending on their circumstances, according to the health body.
It explains: “For example, if you have very uneven breasts or no breasts. It often depends on the area you live in.”
The NHS advises anyone considering the surgical procedure to carefully consider their reasons first.
Breast enhancements have a small risk of health complications at just one percent, but can cause an onslaught of psychological symptoms.
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The most common complications after surgery are breast brain, and changes in nipple and breast sensation, according to the UTSouthwestern Medical Center.
Occasionally women experience a condition medically known as breast implication illness (BII) after their surgery, which comprises more than 100 symptoms.
Patients with BII are unlikely to receive a formal diagnosis for their symptoms, despite them leading to mental struggles in some cases.
“Because so many BII symptoms are associated with other conditions, it’s important to rule out causes unrelated to the breast implants,” explains the UTSouthwestern Medical Center.
“For example, many similar symptoms are associated with autoimmune conditions such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, and Lyme disease.”
Sometimes women who are unhappy with the size and shape of their implants have them surgically removed.
Many women see their BII symptoms resolve after breast implant removal, but changes in appearance can also be challenging to adjust to.
This is why a plastic surgeon will discuss all patients’ options with them to help them make the best decision.
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