Toxic Butt Injections Land Andressa Urach Back In the Hospital
If you are thinking about getting butt injections you might want to reconsider. Andressa Urach’s body was once coveted, and now thanks to injections it is literally rotting from the inside out.
Former Miss BumBum runner-up Andressa Urach can’t seem to stay out of the hospital. Earlier this month, the 27-year-old Brazilian beauty queen and television host was back in the emergency room for another infection caused by her botched butt and thigh injections.
Urach agreed to talk to reporters from her hospital bed, telling them that she just underwent an emergency procedure in order to have the substances injected into her left butt cheek removed, otherwise her entire leg was at risk. It all started when Urach noticed pain and inflammation and she knew that once again, something was wrong.
She said, “I am suffering a lot, but God is with me. It’s my fault, my vanity made me push the limits. Thanks to God I no longer need my body to work, now I work with honor and can sustain my family like that. I prefer to have legs and be able to walk and lose half a buttock than to die.”
Late last year, Urach was listed in serious condition for more than a month as doctors treated her for complications related to the same injections. As a result of botched injections, her thighs practically exploded. She was left with gapping holes along the sides of her thigh, which doctors used to drain the substances and stanch, a potentially deadly infection, from her body.
Above: Andressa Urach’s legs back in December as doctors worked to remove toxic substances and infection caused by botched thigh injections.
While doctors were able to save her life in December, Urach is still experiencing complications related to her injections. It started with pain and inflammation and when Urach was rushed to the hospital she found that the same substance doctors worked to remove only a couple months ago was still threatening her legs, and life.
Above: Andressa Urach back in the hospital this month, March 2015
In Brazil, as well as other parts of the world, women want a big butt and thighs and are willing to take risks to achieve the look. Doctors looking to make a quick buck are taking advantage of this desperation, and selling all kinds of injectable fillers as a ‘safe’ option.
In reality, these injections are far from safe. When it comes to injectable fillers death isn’t too dramatic of a word. In fact, injectable fillers have caused a number of deaths, and Urach was nearly one of its fatalities.
After Urach’s public calamity many other Brazilian celebrities have admitted to similar hospital visits due to injections gone wrong. Still, due to Brazil’s current culture surrounding beauty women are taking all kinds of risks in the name of big booties and thighs. Doctors, some of which are not even licensed, are experimenting with untested, risky materials and methods.
Above: Andressa Urach flaunting her curves before her butt and thigh injections turned toxic.
Urach’s close friend and fellow television personality Jessica Lopes shared that the two of them used to visit the plastic surgeon as if it were “a trip to the mall.” Makes sense considering Brazil surpassed the US in cosmetic procedures in 2013 with 1.5 million operations performed.
Urach has undergone a lot of plastic surgery in the last five years, including a nose job, a bioplasty facial ‘correction,’ breast implants, liposuction, a jaw reduction, and vaginal lip reduction. Yet, the procedure that caused her greatest pain never even included cuting her open. The deadliest culprit of all seemed like the easiest procedure at the time, just a little butt and thigh injections via syringe.
Be careful out there ladies–no butts about it!