Home Health Dr. Phil full episode: Dying to Be Hot

Dr. Phil full episode: Dying to Be Hot

by Dr Phil Club

Brazilian butt lifts, or BBLs as they are also known, are a growing trend — often with dangerous results. Celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian have countless fans, followers and admirers, but trying to emulate those hourglass figures can have a cost. Dr. Phil interviews the mother and grandfather of Danea Plasencia, who died after a Brazilian Butt lift surgery in Miami earlier this year. 

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Then, Dr. Phil speaks with R&B singer and star of the hit reality show Love & Hip Hop, K. Michelle, about her traumatic experience getting black market butt injections and the numerous surgeries required to help her recover. Plus, Dr. Phil and K. Michelle meet Marlene, who also got black market butt injections and says she doesn’t know exactly what is inside of her. With the help of several doctors, including Dr. Andrew Ordon from The Doctors, Dr. Phil helps Marlene get to the bottom of what is going on medically.

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29 comments

yo itzflex October 2019 -

Perfection is decease of a nation it’s the soul that needs the surgery

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Astro Studios October 2019 -

What’s up with people getting black market surgery- XD

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Honeya Fun October 2019 -

they should have sent that poor girl to the botched team for help

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Ciaobella Amour October 2019 -

K Michelle looks really good here & loving the hair 🍫

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Shanti October 2019 -

Adding a fake butt won’t do anything for her… Like wtf does she want to accomplish? Look proportionate, to be desired by men? Look young? There are other healthy ways to do it.

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Miss Lucid Dreams October 2019 -

What is in my butt? 🍑

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Sherryl McCauley October 2019 -

Why would women do this to themselves????

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Sophia B October 2019 -

If my surgeon asked me to meet them in a motel 6, I’m running the other way

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KianiGEE October 2019 -

I won’t even buy food that’s not organic let alone get a discount surgery.

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BADAZZTHANG October 2019 -

as if organic food isn’t killing you. to think you think organic is healthy says alot.

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George Nikou October 2019 -

I want to ask dr Phil, what is in my butt? Really? Lol

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C. F. October 2019 -

I died! 😂💀

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Dee Dee Winfrey October 2019 -

I blame society for making the Kardashians the image of fake beauty…so sad.😑 healthy is beautiful no matter your body type relish in your uniqueness and do not be like everyone else.

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Chelsea Rodriguez October 2019 -

Why tf that old white lady looking at her like that.

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Tony Balony October 2019 -

Jealousy.

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FISHAHOLIC October 2019 -

He told us it was jail but ashley it was silicone

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Nascha Lecter October 2019 -

Woman, just squat

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Joelle Browne October 2019 -

She’s too old and too … just no

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Claudia Bolaños October 2019 -

Jennifer Lopez is a gym head thats why her butt is so bubbly

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Jasmine Torres October 2019 -

Claudia Bolaños recently she’s also been pole dancing that’s how her figure is so strong recently even though she’s over 40 years old

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L Matthie October 2019 -

Everybody grieve different. Stop judging the lady. What she must do cry for murder.

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Wendy Ross October 2019 -

L Matthie well said.

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Jay Jay October 2019 -

Sigh… a gym membership is so much cheaper😔 R.I.P

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Lilena D.Herrera October 2019 -

This is sad she was beautiful she dint need any surgeries

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Brittney Jensen October 2019 -

No one ever needs that sort of surgery. Your butt should not define your happiness and your life

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Canisha-ann Walker October 2019 -

She didn’t even need surgery 😔

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JamesThomson October 2019 -

deserved

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G Hughes January 2020 -

Like K. Michelle, I too had black market buttock injections back in 2009. At first, I was happy with the results but over the years I started experiencing multiple side effects such as blackening of each buttock cheek, hardening of the injected area and eventually extreme itching and excruciating pain. In 2016 I started to experience chronic fatigue, brain fog, I kept losing weight at a rapid rate. It was so extreme to the point that one night I had a terrible nose bleed and it would not stop so I called a friend to take me to the hospital and they did not know what was wrong with me. My body started shutting down, my hearing was to first to leave, my blood pressure was erratic, not to mention that my kidneys were shutting down so I was immediately admitted to the hospital and received multiple blood transfusions and a weeks stay in the hospital. I was diagnosed with having hemolytic anemia and lupus. I tried to get the doctors to listen to me about the connection between the silicone and no one listened so my problems continued. Eventually, the hematologist researched my symptoms and realized that I was correct. No plastic surgeon wanted to help me. In 2018, I eventually found a doctor in Dallas that removed the damaged tissue. It was a lengthy process with multiple surgeries. I spent 5 straight months in the hospital and as a result, lost a great deal of mobility but I am almost back to full capacity.

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G Hughes January 2020 -

After the first surgery, all of the symptoms that I previously had were gone. My body began to return to normal. I am so blessed to be alive because I was on my way to certain death all because of my foolish decision all of those years ago to have this buttock augmentation done. I would like to get further reconstructive summery done for a more natural look, eventually.

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