the journalist Barbara Bermudo shared the results this Saturday after removing the breast implants that made her suffer, for several years, 60 symptoms of the 150 to which people diagnosed with Asia Syndrome or breast implant disease are exposed.
On board her vehicle on her way to the beach with her daughters and wearing a bathing suit for the first time since her “explantation”, the Puerto Rican communicator said she was happy and focused on her recovery. In addition, she assured that she is available to clarify any doubts that her followers have about the process.
“The results are always very positive because the most important thing is health and I am going to tell you about that because there are many who have doubts about how my breasts will look after the explantation,” explained Bárbara.
On February 15, the former host of “First Impact” was filled with courage and posted a video that she recorded several weeks ago and, through tears of despair, recounted the “torture” she experienced for approximately four years, without knowing that what she was affecting her health was due to Asia syndrome, which led her to remove her 17-year-old prostheses.
“I have hit bottom with the issue of my health, trusting that once my implants leave my body I can recover my health,” he said at the time.