Farrah Abraham Tells More About Botched Lip Surgery on ‘The Doctors’

By Florida Mae Acampado | 2 years ago
Farrah Abraham Tells More About Botched Lip Surgery on ‘The Doctors’

After worrying everybody on the effects of a botched lip surgery, Farrah Abraham decides to tell more about the botched surgery on TV to serve as a better warning to never have just somebody do some procedure on you.

On Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, concerned fans and friends were shocked to see Abraham’s post of her lips all swelled up, apparently due to an allergic reaction as she was having her lip injections. Though she took things in a joking manner, there’s no doubt that she was still worrying on the idea that the effects may be irreversible.


Fortunately for Abraham, they were reversible, and now her lips are back to normal. She happily showed this on a photo with a guy that she tweeted after a night out at the Scene Nightclub in Long Island.

Aside from giving advice on not having “south CALIFORNIA top rated doctors” do any procedure on anyone interested, Abraham has opted to tell more about what happened to her to give a fair warning to others by appearing on an episode of “The Doctors,” as she revealed when asked on how she got her lips fixed back.

“I was attempting to put in a lip implant, but while being relaxed by medication, the doctor used a method I was allergic to and I had a massive attack and went to emergency room. The hospital doctors let the other doctor know what he should not have done. I am not on medicine for 5 days in order to clear up and heal my body from the attack. I never received the lip implant,” Abraham told HollywoodLife.com.

It’s good to see that Abraham is finally okay. But do you think that she’ll still have her lips implanted, despite the botched surgery she just had? Post your comments below.

To know more on the details on Farrah Abraham’s botched lip surgery, tune in on “The Doctors” episode on Monday, Jan. 26, 2015.


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