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Plastic surgery addict has plans to become a ‘real-life sex doll’

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Addictions unfortunately are all too common — and more often then not, we usually think of drinking or smoking when we hear the word.

But for Amanda Ahola, her addiction is plastic surgery — despite almost dying after her third boob job.

From Jyväskylä, Finland, the 22-year-old opened up about her addiction on E! reality series Botched.

Amanda shared in a preview clip of the episode how she first was aware of plastic surgery as an eight or nine-year-old — and by the time she was 18, she was traveling abroad for a boob job.

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She said: “In Finland, they really don’t do plastic surgery, so when I was 18, I traveled to Estonia to have my first boob job.”

“Getting implants was one of the best days of my life, but they were not as big as I wanted.

“My ultimate dream is to be a real-life sex doll because all the womanly features are perfectly exaggerated.”

She continued: “After my second boob job, it became really apparent to me that I had an addiction because I realized how happy it had made me.

“I would say that having plastic surgery is better than sex…way better.”

I never thought I would hear those words in the same sentence!

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Amanda went on to shell out $5,000 on a nose job — investing additional thousands on lip fillers and Botox injections.

But after her third boob job in Lithuania — things got scary.



The boob job cost a total of $20,000 — taking her cup size to a 30GG.

Recounting the experience, Amanda shared: “Afterwards, I wake up in the ICU. I did have my surgery, but I had had a seizure and I went into a coma for several days after my surgery.”

“The doctors told me that it’s the anaesthesia that is the problem.”

“I was really close to dying, but even after the near-death experience, I’m still as addicted as I ever was to plastic surgery.”

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Amanda revealed in an interview with Barcroft TV in 2017 how a near-death operation was paid for by a sugar daddy she had never met.

She said: “I found my sugar daddy on Instagram. I wasn’t like looking for him. He asked me if there was anything that I would like and I said that I would like bigger boobs.”

“I have never met my sugar daddy. I’ve only spoken to him on the phone. Obviously, if someone wants to pay my bills or surgeries and is content to not having a physical relationship with me, that is fine.”

I second that!

According to Research Digest  it has been found that those who undergo cosmetic surgery have an increase of mental health problems.

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In a study conducted by Norwegian researchers, they discovered strong evidence that women with psychological problems were more likely to opt for surgery.

It was also found that the female participants who went on to have cosmetic surgery were more likely to have a history of poorer mental health — including more depression and anxiety — as well as more illicit drug use, self-harm and suicide attempts.

The women who had breast surgery more often — usually had a history of less satisfaction with that particular part of the body.

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