Heidi Montag Says It's No Fun Being Huge

August 25, 2010

Heidi Montag has come to the realization that her gigantic G-sized breasts are too damn big and has admitted she regrets going so large. Find out what she plans to do with them after the jump.

Just one week after the untimely death of her plastic surgeon Dr. Frank Ryan, Heidi Montag has decided she wants her ridiculously large breast implants removed. In a frank interview with Life & Style magazine, Heidi says, “I'm desperate to go back to normal. I'm downgrading and going a little smaller, to a D or a double D.” Hang on a minute, that’s still pretty big and far from “normal.”

Even though it’s been nine months since she had her bosoms pumped up, Heidi says she still suffers many complications and is in constant pain. She admits, “I have major anxiety about it. I was taking painkillers but they weren't working so I stopped. It hurt either way.” She says her cartoonish breasts have destroyed her quality of life. Heidi is unable to hug people, perform some physical activities and has to have all her clothes specially tailored. Heidi says, “I'm obsessed with fitness but it's impossible to work out with these boobs. It's heartbreaking. I can't live an everyday life."

Heidi blames her breasts implants, and subsequent complications from having 10 cosmetic procedures in one day, for ending her marriage.  She says, "I feel trapped in my own body. There's just no fixing it. Dr. Ryan knows the work he did, he knows everything.” The passing of Dr. Ryan complicates Montag’s blame to return to her former self. The reality television star is in a sort of plastic surgery limbo land and is currently shopping for a new physician in South America.


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