Britney Spears Wants a Boob Job!

Jennifer Galvan

by Jennifer Galvan | August 16, 2011 @ 08:00AM

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Britney Spears performs on ABC's Good Morning AmericaEver since Britney Spears emerged into the pop scene over a decade ago, there have been rumors flying around that she had breast enhancement surgery. Although Spears and her people have always shot those pesky tales down, it appears that she may now be seriously considering going under the knife.

After two pregnancies, Spears is reported to be unhappy with the appearance of her breasts. According to a recent article in the Herald Sun, Spears in considering repairing the “lopsided” appearance of her breasts with cosmetic plastic surgery. It’s a common side effect after childbirth and breastfeeding for the breasts to lose some of their volume and even become asymmetrical. This type of procedure is often requested by women who want to regain their pre-pregnancy breast contour.

However, since Spears’ finances are managed by her father, she had to get his approval first – and it’s reported that he has agreed with her decision and will release the money for the cost only after she sees a psychologist. He wants to make sure that she has the surgery for the right reasons.

Undergoing a psychological evaluation prior to having a cosmetic plastic surgery procedure done is a wise choice. Individuals with a history of mental breakdowns or problems are urged to carefully evaluate their reasons for wanting surgery. Getting the green light from a trained and experienced professional can help patients feel better about their decision and even be more satisfied with their results.

Making the decision to undergo a cosmetic plastic surgery procedure isn’t easy, and when you’re in the public eye for most of your life, it’s even harder to make the right choice! Fortunately, it sounds like Spears’ reasoning for this procedure is healthy and normal for a mother of two. We wish her luck and hope she is happy with her results should she opt for the surgery.

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