A New Life After WAL Lymph Sparing Liposuction
Adolescence I was 110, 115 pounds. I had a great little shape, but my legs seemed out of
proportion slightly, and I was embarrassed. When I look back at those pictures now and
I see myself in a bathing suit, I’d kill for that body. But as an adolescent, I knew that my
legs were larger than they should be, and I was really obsessed with what’s wrong, and
even asked my mother, “Can I go to a doctor and have him cut through my skin and my
calf, and tell me what’s in there?”
In my twenties, same thing. I was always very thin on top, and I remember having a
professor tell me, “You look so feminine from the waist up, but you look more mannish
from the waist down.” It just killed me.
My legs were disproportionate in my twenties, and they just continued to get worse my
whole life. And when I became pregnant at thirty-eight, I gained, I don’t know, seventyfive
pounds? My legs were massive, and from that point on, they just got worse.
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