Mia Khalifa Shares Video From Breast Surgery Following Hockey Puck Injury
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Mia Khalifa has undergone surgery on her mismatched breasts after she was hit by an ice hockey puck which deflated one of her implants.
The former adult film star was supporting her team, the Washington Capitals, during one of their play-off games against Tampa Bay Lightning when she was struck by a stray puck that flew into the crowd.
Well, I think what I'm feeling right now must be the equivalent to when a guy crosses his legs and clenches after watching another bloke get kicked in the balls.
Anyway, 26-year-old Khalifa decided to undergo reconstructive surgery with Pittsburgh Penguins supporter and (more importantly) certified plastic surgeon, Dr Jay Calvert.
Dr Calvert initially invited Mia on to his podcast, Dr. Hockey Podcast, where he asked her about the gruesome injury which dates back to May last year.
Dr Calvert suggested that the implant could have potentially 'saved' Mia's life as the puck was travelling at around 80 miles per hour.
After her surgery, which took place back in February earlier this year, Mia relieved fans when she told them that her four hour long operation 'couldn't have gone smoother'.
Now we can see just that because the video shows all of the surgery - with her breasts blocked out - because no one likes to see the insides of another, well, not mid-surgery anyway... oh and YouTube Ts&Cs didn't allow it either.
Following the op, Dr Calvert explained: "The implant is fine, I think it's intact, you know we had the MRI which showed that. So, the implant's fine.
"The pocket may shift, I think that this breast isn't done healing from that injury. I think it was a pretty bad injury."
Taking to social media to share the news of her surgery vlog, Mia wrote: "Sometimes things are ugly, and bloody, and boring, and covered in hormonal breakouts, but that is life and I will always embrace it.
"This was my decision behind sharing my surgery journey with @drjaycalvert, I could go on and on about what he did to fix my hockey puck breast injury, but i won't because I could never be as eloquent as he is.
"WARNING: Extremely graphic, and not for the faint of heart. We shared as much of the actual surgery as YouTube terms and conditions would allow. I just want to say a quick thank you to @drjaycalvert and his team at @roxspanb and especially @jolene_aesthetics_roxspa for making my recovery so easy, checking in with me every day, and welcoming me with smiles and laughs whenever I came in to the office.
"You guys embody 'team work', thank you so much for everything you did for me. And thank you to my caretakers: @jerfsolo, @robertsandberg, and @katarina.sophie. I'm sorry for the things I said when I was on Oxy and hadn't pooped in 6 days. I love y'all."