A woman aspiring to achieve the 'world's fattest vagina' opens up about her plastic surgery drawbacks.
The 'wannabe blow-up doll,' who goes by the name Mary Magdalene, revealed she recently battled complications due to the procedures.
According to Mary, intimate injections have caused her to swell up 'down there.'
During her latest surgery, the plumping procedure nearly cost Mary her life. She had to have two blood transfusions that left her feeling nauseous for a week.
But despite these life-threatening setbacks, she doesn't regret spending over $100K on her treatments. She added that she'd 'love to continue growing it through vagina injections.'
"It's a lot better than it was. However, I have complications with the fat, so I will need to keep getting vagina injections to even it out."
"I am worried about one side because it keeps growing. I think it's probably from the swelling. But the doctor told me not to worry. So I'm trying to relax."
The 24-yar-old was also eager to open up about the unexpected benefits of having one of the fattest Hoo-Haa in the world. For instance, it has helped her to feel more confident and creative.
"I feel more confident naked, and I love showing it off in clothes."
"My favorite type of cleavage now is my camel toe. Although when I bend over, it looks like I have a ballsack."
"I have been making paintings with my vagina – so this surgery has really inspired me to be more creative as well."
She even teased her over 145,000 followers on Instagram, promising them pics showing off her one-of-a-kind vagina.
However, she admitted she's not quite ready to unveil her private parts to the world yet.
The influencer insisted her new transformation has also given her a boost in 'bed,' improving her sex life.
"When I have sex, it feels a lot tighter. I can squeeze and hug the c**k before it even enters."
This isn't the first time the model has spoken about her plastic surgery transformation.
In an earlier interview, she revealed she enjoys looking like a 'bimbo.'
"(My first op) was a boob job."
"I was working as a stripper since I was 17, and I've always loved the fake bimbo look."
And despite her recent health complications, she doesn't plan on giving up her obsession any time soon.
"It's so exciting."
"I am scared, but realistically it won't stop me. It is very addictive."