Shirley Ballas has revealed that Strictly contestant Michelle Visage has been a “great help” with her determination to have her breast implants eliminated. The head choose revealed in September that she has determined to take away her implants over most cancers fears following quite a few diagnoses in her household. Shirley is set to go beneath the knife on Tuesday 29 October and has discovered Michelle an awesome consolation after she revealed that she too made the choice to have her personal breast implants eliminated.
Talking in her unique HELLO! column Shirley revealed: “On a personal note, I’ve found Michelle really helpful and inspiring this week. She shared with me that she’s had her breast implants taken out and as I am about to have mine removed, she gave me some information about doctors and things I should be aware of. She’s been a great help at a time that’s a bit nerve-wracking for me. She was just lovely.”
Michelle has been an awesome consolation to Shirley
Shirley made the choice to have the operation after she acquired a warning from her physician throughout a mammogram. She was informed that because of her implants, there is no assure that the mammogram might get a transparent look behind them, that means they may make it rather more troublesome to detect any cancers in her breasts. Shirley’s mum and aunt each have most cancers and she misplaced one other aunt to the illness.
Last yr, the 59-year-old urged girls to not delay having their breasts checked after she was despatched for her mammogram. She wrote on Instagram: “I do not have enough words to express my gratitude to the NHS. I had a routine check at the doctors and she was not happy with what she felt and saw in my breast. Immediately sent me to Clatterbridge hospital for a mammogram and ultrasound. I urge all women particularly over 50 to get checked.”
Shirley may have her operation on 29 October
She continued: “We go about our daily lives always busy and sometimes ignoring our body. If something changes externally or you have any discomfort at all it’s your body telling you “maintain me”. DON’T PUT IT OFF. Early detection is key to getting better. I have cancer in my family line so I will be being vigilant. To all the beautiful women out there young and old get checked regularly. We have one beautiful body we need to keep it well taken care of. Thank you again to the NHS for being so marvellous.”
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