Heidi Montag frolics on the beach pre-reduction.
Back in 2010, after having risked her life to undergo a number of elective plastic surgeries, Heidi Montag told ABC of her size F breasts, "I would take them out and downsize them, but I don't want to go under the knife again." But it seems the former "Hills" star has since had a change of heart, as she told ET this week that medical problems stemming from her massive implants -- including back pain and numb limbs -- finally convinced her to get a reduction.
"I do regret getting the implants," Heidi said in the interview with Brooke Anderson, adding that her chest hurt even when she wasn't moving. Now that she stands at a more modest D-cup after a procedure that's documented in this ET video, she says she's thought critically about why she got her surgery in the first place, and encourages other women who are considering bigger breasts to think long and hard. "They look great and they sound fun, but once you get them, that's it, you've done the damage," she explained. "Is that vanity worth...harming yourself?"
Check out the whole interview to hear more from Heidi on what she swears is her last surgery, share your thoughts on her change of perspective and re-watch the uncomfortable moment when she told her mom about her multiple cosmetic surgeries.
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