'Delighted' 84-year-old shows off the results of her boob job in a swimsuit poolside

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This is the part where I'm supposed to talk about how much I really needed them and how my self-esteem sky-rocketed and all that, but, to be honest, I didn't need them (I loved my boobs before, and I love them now) and my decision to get them wasn't much more than “I've wanted a boob job for a long time. A few months ago, Christie, 42, walked into a plastic surgeon's office in Seattle with overflowing E-cup implants. After getting general anesthesia, she left about three hours later with Bs. ADVERTISEMENT. The information technology specialist had started to feel like the boob job she'd gotten four years ago.

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1) According to the National Institute of Medicine, 25 to 40 percent of people who get breast implants end up needing another operation to correct something wrong with the first one. (The rate varied in particular studies, depending on things like how long women were monitored, the typical time being five years.) 2) A study. A few months ago, Christie, 42, walked into a plastic surgeon's office in Seattle with overflowing E-cup implants. After getting general anesthesia, she left about three hours later with Bs. ADVERTISEMENT. The information technology specialist had started to feel like the boob job she'd gotten four years ago.


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