Woman who got 36DD implants to please ex removes them after they start making 'fart noises'

32-year-old Emily Nolan said being a mother has shown her how incredible her body is and that her husband gave her the confidence to have them removed


                            Woman who got 36DD implants to please ex removes them after they start making 'fart noises'

A mother revealed how she was left embarrassed when the breast implants she got to please a former boyfriend started making "fart" noises whenever she moved. Nine years ago, 32-year-old Emily Nolan enhanced her natural 36B bust to a 36DD after her boyfriend told her he was unsatisfied with her looks. "He told me 'real women have boobs'", she said, Daily Mail reports.

Soon, Nolan, who hails from Washington, felt pain in her neck and shoulders due to the large implants. She also found that whenever she moved her arms, the implants would make "fart like" noises, leaving her feeling uncomfortable. When Emily met her now-husband Matt, she gained the confidence to have her implants removed and ultimately had the reverse surgery in September 2016. The couple now have a son named Oliver.


 
 
 
 
 
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She said: "I am proud of the woman I am. I believe being a mother has really shown me how incredible my body, or 'Earth suit' as I like to call it, can be. I don't have to be thin or have breast implants to carry a baby, birth him and sustain him solely by my breasts. I'm so glad I can look past doctored images of "picture-perfect" social media pages and have confidence that the path I'm on is right for me."

Emily, a former model and professional speaker, explained that she initially underwent the procedure to feel validated by those around her. "My implants were put in when I was 23 years old," she said.

"I felt validated because I did it for a narcissistic boyfriend who told me 'real women have boobs'.I carried the weight of his worthless opinion of my body around for eight years on my chest. My ex used to tell me that my implants weren't big enough and that they didn't look like the women back home in Venezuela."


 
 
 
 
 
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The embarrassing noises made by the large implants further destroyed her confidence. "Whenever I'd lift my arms, say to hug a friend, the implants would make an awful, not to mention embarrassing, fart noise," she explained. "You could hear the noise every time I raised my arms, which was truly the straw that broke the camel's back for me. The noise was a constant and embarrassing reminder of a bad decision I'd made earlier in my life."

But it was Matt who helped her accept her natural body and feel comfortable in it. Emily said: "I am happily married to a man who didn't care if I had implants or not, so I wanted to delete the bad decision I'd made for another man. It felt very strange to have the weight of that old decision on my chest while I was married to a good man who loved me for who I am."


 
 
 
 
 
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Ever since her explant surgery, Emily has been overjoyed to have her natural form back. She was able to exercise properly once again and even breastfeed her son with ease. She added: "If you're a healthy candidate for an explant and thinking about getting your implants removed, then go for it. It was one of the greatest and most empowering decisions I've made to return to my natural 'Earth suit' and learn to love its natural form.

"Don't be afraid of what your breasts will look post-surgery. I've never met a woman who had an explant and regretted it. My breasts went back to the way they were pre-surgery, and I had large implants for eight years. I recommend not getting a breast lift, or at least talk to your surgeon about it because the lift can dramatically reduce your chances of breastfeeding. I had an explant and capsulectomy and I'm able to breastfeed just fine."