Glamour model turned body builder Jodie Marsh is once again talking about her thoughts on plastic surgery. Despite her own experiences going under the knife, Jodie says she can’t relate to people who “deform their faces.”
35-year old Jodie Marsh has been under the knife for a nose job and more than one breast augmentation but says she can’t relate to stars who spend a lot of time changing their looks.
“I can’t relate to people who completely deform their face like Pete Burns,” she told Mirror Celeb.
“I’m like: ‘why would you want to look like that why would you do that to yourself?’”
Jodie also went on to talk about her own botched plastic surgery, which involved having an open wound after stitches on her breast failed to heal. Jodie ended up having a “gaping” hole on her left breast which required emergency attention after it didn’t heal in the months following her procedure.
According to her, the wound was so embarrassing that it eventually put her off sex completely.
“I couldn’t cuddle, I could be intimate with anyone, I couldn’t even have sex,” she says.
“I was embarrassed and ashamed.”
Jodie first revealed her bad experience in 2012, when she wanted to downsize her breast implants, but was afraid because of the results she had with her first procedure.
According to The Sun, Jodie says, “When I woke up, they were so swollen. The first dressing was taken off after a week or so – that’s when I saw that I wasn’t healing. As the stitches started popping out of my skin, there was no skin to hold the incision together. My boobs looked like they were exploding. It was so painful. There was green pus coming out of my boobs and they constantly bled.”
“I had to change the dressings every day and was in such discomfort I couldn’t work – I basically sat at home depressed for a year. I wish I’d never had them done. People should realize that every boob job has the potential to become a horror story.”
After her replacement procedure, Jodie was reportedly pleased with her new breast size, but blamed doctors for people that end up with breast implants larger than they want or going under the knife for numerous procedures.
“It’s a generalisation to say Reality stars are to blame – we’re not the ones holding the scalpel. I’ve always said you should never take surgery lightly – think about it long and hard, because it’s not about what celebrity had what operation, it’s about you and your body,” Jodie says of the report’s findings to heatworld.com.
Jodie does agree that cosmetic surgery needs to be regulated, but says that patients also need to educate themselves.
“I wouldn’t tell [anyone] whether to do it or not, but I would say make sure you go for a consultation. Make sure you ask every question you can think of and make sure you they guarantee an appropriate level of aftercare.”
Now it seems that Jodie is finally happy with her body and looking for a celebrity to share it with.none