Heidi Montag feels better than she has in years after getting more plastic surgery this time to remove her giant F-cup breast implants.
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"They felt like bowling balls on my chest," Montag told Us. "I couldn't conceptualize the weight of them in my body.
"I felt inappropriate. Guys would stare at me really creepily and felt they had the right to because I had such big boobs."
Heidi got the breast-implant removal surgery in October 2013, and replaced her F cups with C cups.
The F-cup implants weighed three pounds each, and kept Montag from running, working out, and playing sports. They were also the source of chronic back, neck, and shoulder pain.
Heidi originally got the implants as part of an extreme plastic-surgery makeover in November 2009, during which she got the following procedures done all in one day:
Mini brow liftBotox in forehead and frown areaNose job revisionFat injections in cheeks, nasolabial folds and lipsChin reductionNeck liposuctionEars pinned backBreast augmentation revisionLiposuction on waist, hips and inner and outer thighsButtock augmentation.
Montag said she has spent $250,000 on her plastic surgeries, which were partly responsible for her 2010 bankruptcy filing and continued financial problems.
While Heidi initially claimed to love her new face and body, she started to get concerned after her doctor told her the breast implants were falling. "He told me they were falling through the bottom, and I got scared," said Montag, 27. "It's super-dangerous. They can fall through to your belly button!"
Heidi's plastic surgeon is the same one who performed Angelina Jolie's breast-reconstruction surgery following her double mastectomy in February 2013.
Montag, who once thought plastic surgery was the key to happiness and self-confidence, now feels unstoppable after toning down her appearance. "I'm the new, new, new Heidi!" she said.