Charlotte Crosby has opened up about how her life has changed since she reversed her breast implant surgery.
The Geordie Shore alum had her breast implants removed after she began experiencing pain, but says she loves having her smaller chest back.
“I was experiencing some really bad shooting pains and dull aches in my left breast,” she told The Sun.
“I went to the doctor and they said it was the beginning of something which means your body is rejecting the implant so it’s not something that happens instantly, it happens gradually over time.”
Charlotte also explained that she wanted them removed, as she felt that lumps caused by breast cancer could “go unnoticed” if she didn’t.
The TV show presenter is now back to wearing her original B-cup bras, but she did not have the original breast augmentation operation purely for cosmetic reasons.
Charlotte was born with a congenital symmastia, where the breasts merge into one at the center of the chest.
While having the congenital symmastia corrected, the star opted for an enlargement.
“I am finally back to myself. I prefer my natural body. I was crazy to ever get those implants in,” she said.