Sarah Palin’s Daughter Bristol Palin underwent her NINTH breast reconstruction surgery to Fix ‘Botched’ Reduction which she had at the Age of 19 Years old!
Sarah Palin’s daughter Bristol Palin recently shared her picture on her Instagram story with a post-surgery bra and surgical drains which appeared to be filling with red fluid.
Bristol is well-known as the daughter of an American politician, commentator, author, and reality television personality, Sarah Palin. Bristol shared a caption with a photo that disclosed that she had her breast surgery, which was her ninth. She wrote:
“Sharing wayyyyy [too much information] right now, but had my 9th breast reconstruction surgery last night — yes, NINTH. All stemming from a botched breast reduction I had when I was 19.”
“I’ve had previous surgeries trying to correct that initial damage of muscle tissue and terrible scarring. The whole situation has honestly made me very self-conscious my entire adult life”
She further added:
“Praying this is the last surgery needed, she went on. “I hate being a whiner, but it kinda does put a setback/pause on life and that’s why I’ve been fairly MIA. [I’m] trying my hardest to stay positive, hype myself up, and remind myself that I have so much to be thankful for; I’m healthy, fully capable, and this is just an inconvenience cause things could always be way worse.”
Bristol had her first surgery in 2009 when she turned 19 years old. She got pregnant in her teen days and she welcomed her son, Tripp, in Dec. 2008. Later, she gave birth to two more children, Sailor and Atlee, with her ex-husband Dakota Meyer.
Bristol also shared another video on her Instagram with a body image of her past surgeries. She showed her tummy tuck and captioned it saying:
“Let’s get reeeel for a sec. I post what I want y’all to see. From decent angles… and not from insecurities/scars,”
She zoomed her lower stomach to reveal her scars in that video. She further continued:
“It was done in early 2018. “I don’t regret it. But recovery was, (without a doubt) the worst pain of my entire life.”