Bristol Palin revealed on Wednesday that she had undergone her ninth breast reconstruction operation.
The Texas realtor, 32, snapped a photo of herself fashioned into a compression bra, complete with surgical drains, which appeared to fill with red fluid.
“Sharing wayyyyy [too much information] right now but I had my 9th breast reconstruction surgery last night – yes, NINTH,” Palin wrote in the photo shared on her Instagram stories. “It all stems from a botched breast reduction I had when I was 19.”
“I’ve had surgeries before to try to correct the initial muscle tissue damage and terrible scarring. Honestly, the whole situation has made me very embarrassed my entire adult life,” she continued.
As she ‘prays’ the ninth time is the charm, she is determined to ‘stay positive’, while pleading for show recommendations during his recovery.
The Post has contacted Palin for comment.
She’s no stranger to cosmetic surgeries, revealing his tummy tuck scar on Instagram in 2021.
“Let’s go for a second,” Palin said in the video. “I post what I want you all to see….from decent angles…and not from insecurities/scars (visible or not).
The mother-of-three zoomed in on the incision scar on her abdomen, adding that it’s something she doesn’t usually share.
Bristol, the eldest daughter of former Alaska governor and former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, appeared on the MTV series “Teen Mom OG” in 2018 after giving birth to her son, Tripp, at the 18-year-old with then-boyfriend Levi Johnston.
She welcomed two more children, Sailor and Atlee, with now ex-husband Dakota Meyer.
Palin quit reality TV after just one season, following her divorce from Meyer.
“The teenage mother OG was not for me, it took away my peace…and honestly, my peace has a price that no one but God can afford,” she said on Instagram in 2019.
“$ don’t impress me, I don’t entertain bs, and stepping away from this show allows God to rebuild me (and my little family) in the right direction. I have love for all the girls of the series and I wish them the best of luck in all their future endeavours!!”