Former 'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham live-streams surgery to get a 'designer vagina' days after getting butt injections

Farrah Abraham decided to entertain her fans by showing the recent surgery that she got in order to design her vagina.


                            Former 'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham live-streams surgery to get a 'designer vagina' days after getting butt injections
Farrah Abraham (Source : Getty Images)

Former 'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham decided to treat her fans with something a bit different as she documented her procedure where she got a designer vagina. The reality star live streamed the entire process on Monday (April 16) and showed her followers how Beverly Hills surgeon Dr. Nazarian helped her get the vagina that she always wanted. 


In the video which was obtained by The Blast, Farrah seemed excited about the entire process as she was seen saying “My vagina’s giving birth to a new vagina today" in the 90-second video that she had posted. On an average, the procedure takes about two hours and the patient is wide awake throughout it. While someone might think twice before posting the video of the procedure online, Farrah loves to give her fans a glimpse of her life. 

According to the website, the cost of the procedure ranges from $4,000-$8,000. While Farrah may be happy with her new vagina, she does inform the viewers about that one thing that a person cannot have after they get this surgery and that happens to be sex. 

You can’t have sex for 30 days after you’ve had designer vagina surgery,” she informed her followers. While Farrah insists that she did it for herself, her fans were not too flattered by the video. They went on to blast her with comments over the video. 

"I mean?? WTH?! They should sew that thing shut so no more kids have such a vile and disgusting mother as yourself!" one comment read. "The way you talk to your parents is sickening and the way you brainwash that poor kid of yours is even sicker!!" While another wrote, "She will NEVER get it. How much therapy has this chick had? Its never worked. Ever. Nothing sticks. Who has been in therapy that long and comes out worse?"

However, there were a few who came to her rescue and tried to explain to people what the procedure is about. "
I think some people are confused on the surgery. It’s not to make things tighter, it’s to take off some of the extra that some woman have. I think it’s a personal preference. I myself would do the surgery if I had all that extra stuff down there. I think that it’s a woman's right to choose what they wanna do," the comment read.