Mum 'almost died' after 'dream' boob job to 'boost her sex life' turned to nightmare ordeal

A MUM claims that she “almost died” after getting her dream boob job to boost her sex life turned into a nightmare ordeal.

Kelly Pears wanted to regain her womanhood and boost her sex life after becoming “frumpy” in middle age.


But her dream turned to a nightmare after she visited a cosmetic surgeon who fitted her with a pair of “faulty” implants.

The mum-of-three claims she suffered from agonising pain following the procedure and ended up in hospital with a haematoma – a severe bruise within the soft tissue – on one of her breasts.

Kelly says that the misery she has experienced following the botched op had led to her developing depression and taking a cocktail of painkillers four times a day.

The 42-year-old from Darlington, County Durham, told The Sun: “The pain was so bad that I wanted to die.

“Before I had the procedure I had had three children and felt like I had lost my womanhood.



“I would wear my top in the bedroom and didn’t feel comfortable in my own skin at all.

“The implants seemed like a way to regain some of what I thought I had lost."

Kelly underwent the procedure that she had been looking forward to in March 2019 but was devastated when she woke up in agony.

The surgeon who performed the surgery did remove the haematoma once an NHS doctor confirmed that she had one.

Kelly – who still has the implants in place – is speaking out to raise awareness for other women.

She added: “I experienced discomfort from day one, I wanted to die. The pain got so bad that I ended up in hospital with a haematoma, I could have died it was so bad.

“I don’t want this to happen to other women. It’s ruined my life and nearly killed me.

“I feel so very let down and just want some justice. I am in constant pain 24/7 and I just don’t know what can be done.

"The whole experience has led me to be really anxious and I struggle to leave the house because of it.

"I don't really trust people after everything that has happened with the surgery."

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