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Botched: Surgery-addicted Australian with E-cups turned down for bigger implants as she’s ‘too thin’

Surgery-addicted Australian nurse with E-cup chest is turned down for bigger implants because she is ‘too skinny’ at 45kg and her body won’t be able to carry them

A plastic surgery-obsessed Australian woman with E-cup breasts has failed her quest for bigger implants after being turned down due to her weight. 

Tara Jayne McConachy, a 32-year-old nurse from Melbourne, made her debut on E! reality show Botched recently in the hopes of convincing Drs Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow to give her bigger implants.  

‘Everything is tiny on me except for my tatas [breasts]… I’m on a quest for a bigger chest!’ she told Botched producers. 

‘I’m on a quest for a bigger chest!’ Tara Jayne McConachy, (pictured) a 32-year-old nurse from Melbourne, made her debut on E! reality show Botched recently in the hopes of convincing Drs Nassif and Dubrow to give her bigger implants

‘I currently have 540 CCs [of breast implant silicon], and I’m just not happy with them at all,’ she lamented. 

Tara, who compares her look to that of a ‘plastic doll’, said she’s noticed a ‘rippling effect’ of the skin on her breasts and hopes to ‘fill out the space more’ to fix the issue.  

‘Basically, the part that I don’t like about them is that they’re not big enough,’ she explained.  

'I'm just not happy with them at all': Tara, who compares her look to that of a 'plastic doll', said she's noticed a 'rippling effect' of the skin on her breasts and hopes to 'fill out the space more' to fix the issue

‘I’m just not happy with them at all’: Tara, who compares her look to that of a ‘plastic doll’, said she’s noticed a ‘rippling effect’ of the skin on her breasts and hopes to ‘fill out the space more’ to fix the issue

Of her larger-than-life look, Tara said she ‘loves attention’ and uses plastic surgery as a way to give her confidence.  

‘I just thought getting plastic surgery and having bigger boobs, that’s going to be the wow factor and exactly what I need,’ she said.  

Unfortunately, Tara was left crestfallen after the doctors said her weight was ‘dangerously low’ at 45kg and far too slim to carry larger implants.  

'Im really concerned about Tara's overall wellbeing': Unfortunately, Tara was left crestfallen after the doctors said her weight was 'dangerously low' at 45kg and far too slim to carry larger implants. Pictured: Dr Paul Nassif and Dr Terry Dubrow

‘Im really concerned about Tara’s overall wellbeing’: Unfortunately, Tara was left crestfallen after the doctors said her weight was ‘dangerously low’ at 45kg and far too slim to carry larger implants. Pictured: Dr Paul Nassif and Dr Terry Dubrow 

‘Im really concerned about Tara’s overall wellbeing’, Dr Nassif told the cameras, adding: ‘Not just as it relates to surgery, but she really needs to get both physically and mentally healthy. 

After examining her breasts, Dr Dubrow explained that the ‘rippling effect’ was due to the large size of her implants putting pressure on her body, causing the surrounding skin to become thin and overly stretched.  

At the end of the consultation, the doctors told Tara that they may be able to give her larger breasts if she put on at least 10-15 percent of her body weight.  

Before: Tara has had countless procedures including six nose jobs, five breast augmentations and a seemingly endless amount of Botox and fillers. Pictured is Tara before undergoing her dramatic plastic surgery transformation

Before: Tara has had countless procedures including six nose jobs, five breast augmentations and a seemingly endless amount of Botox and fillers. Pictured is Tara before undergoing her dramatic plastic surgery transformation 

‘If I have to appeal to her desire for larger implants in order to get her to allow herself to be that healthier person, that’s what I’m going to do,’ Dr Dubrow said after the consultation was over. 

Tara has spent around $200,000 on her plastic surgery transformation, including six nose jobs, five breast augmentations and countless injections of Botox and fillers.  

‘I think in this day and age, it’s very important for a woman to be able to express the way they feel and just express everything about beauty,’ she told The Morning Show last year.

‘Plastic surgery is how I do that and that’s what makes me happy. It gives me the confidence to be the best version of myself.’ 

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