A woman who self-inflated her breast implants until they weighed a total of 20 pounds is looking to have doctors fix her boobs because they are now horribly lopsided.
Allegra Cole, 44, has 4,600 cc implants, and while she loves her ample bosom, she is hoping Botched surgeons Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif will be able to make her breasts symmetrical.
In a preview clip for Wednesday night’s episode of the E! reality series, the plastic surgery enthusiast explains that she got her first breast implants at the age of 33.
Asymmetrical: Allegra Cole, 44, wants doctors to fix her lopsided breast implants
Say what? After getting two boob jobs, she now has 4,600 cc implants that she self-inflated
Pump it up: Allegra found a doctor who put in tissue expanders that allow her to pump saline into her implants
Allegra started out with 800 ccs, and she recalls people telling her that her breasts were ‘full’ and ‘lovely’.
However, her implants weren’t even close to the size she wanted them to be.
‘I was getting that boob greed a little bit. [I] wanted to be fuller, bigger,’ she admits.
For her next surgery, Allegra turned to a website where men financially support women who want implants.
More natural look: Allegra was 33 years old when she got her first breast implants, which were 800 ccs
Round two: She wanted her breasts even bigger, so she turned to a website where men financially support women who want implants
Ouch! When she woke up from her second surgery, Allegra says it felt like an ‘elephant’ was sitting on her chest
Go big or go home: During her second surgery, the doctor increased her implants to 1,700 ccs
‘They would buy picture sets [or] request certain things for a certain dollar amount and the site would cut the check to the doctor, and you would just go and get implants,’ she explains.
This time, the doctor increased her implants to 1,700 ccs — more than double the size she was before.
Although she felt like an ‘elephant’ was on her chest when she woke up from her second surgery, she admits that she ‘still wasn’t as big as [she] wanted to be.’
‘So I found out about a doctor that did tissue expanders where I could expand with saline and grown my implants,’ she explains.
Wanting more: Allegra admits her breasts still weren’t as big as she wanted them to be after her second surgery
Solution: Within five months, Allegra doubled her size to over 4,000 ccs by self-inflating her implants with saline. Her breast implants are now around 4,600 ccs
Full-time job: She schedules regular strength-training sessions to keep upper body strong enough to carry the extra weight
Work it girl: ‘I definitely use the gym to strengthen my back and keep my core strong so that I can hold these girls up,’ she says
‘I love being in control,’ she says with a laugh, ‘and I love being in control of my own breast size.’
Within five months, Allegra doubled her size to over 4,000 ccs. She now has about 4,600 ccs of saline in her breasts, and she schedules regular strength-training sessions to keep upper body strong enough to carry the extra weight.
‘I definitely use the gym to strengthen my back and keep my core strong so that I can hold these girls up,’ she says.
‘I actually have 20-plus pounds of weight vest on — but it is the cutest weight vest you’ve ever worn, I promise.’
Yikes: Although she loves the size of her breasts, they became horribly lopsided after she started inflating them
Problem: ‘After the expanders were put in, I did notice that my left side sat a little bit higher and was firmer,’ she admits. The more she increased the size, the more noticeable it became
Striving for perfection: Allegra wants the doctors to fix the asymmetry, explaining: ‘I’ll be the poster child of extreme surgery, but still wear it well’
While Allegra is thrilled with the size of her chest, self-inflating her implants has left her breasts horribly lopsided.
‘After the expanders were put in, I did notice that my left side sat a little bit higher and was firmer,’ she confesses.
‘The more that I increase the size, the more it became apparent.
‘So what I would love for the doctors to be able do is fix the asymmetry,’ she explains. ‘I’ll be the poster child of extreme surgery, but still wear it well.’