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VIDEO: Plastic Surgery Addict Learning to Accept Her Looks After Fibromyalgia Diagnosis

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www.ProHealth.com • July 30, 2013


Jenny Lee first appeared on The Oprah Show in 2004 at the age of 28.  Despite the fact that she had already gone through 26 plastic surgery procedures and looked like a live Barbie doll, she was still not happy with her looks. 

Seven years and 33 additional procedures later, Jenny Lee appeared on an episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now?  In the update, she reveals that she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, which caused her to gain weight, and discusses how she is learning to accept her body.

The first video shows excerpts from both Oprah appearances, including comments by Jenny's oldest daughter, Kaleigh.  In the second video, Jenny Lee talks about how fibromyalgia has changed her life and her attitude toward her body.


What Happened to the Mother Addicted to Plastic Surgery?

By the time Jenny Lee was 28 years old, she'd already had 26 plastic surgeries. When Jenny first appeared on The Oprah Show in 2004, she admitted that she was obsessed with perfection. Watch and find out if Jenny was able to beat her addiction to plastic surgery. Plus, Jenny's oldest daughter, Kaleigh, shares how her mother's body image issues have affected her.


Exclusive Webisode: Jenny Lee's Struggle with Fibromyalgia and Weight Gain

Since she was in her 20s, Jenny Lee, a former Oprah Show guest, has had 59 cosmetic procedures, including a full body lift. Now, Jenny reveals how a medical disorder derailed her quest for perfection and led to weight gain. Watch as Jenny opens up about her frustration and sensitivities.

The videos and the descriptions below them are compliments of OWN TV





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