Model gets vagina surgery as birthday gift from pal – but instantly regrets it

A model has revealed she got vagina surgery after being gifted it by a surgeon friend.

However, she says she instantly regretted it after having it done.

Instagram influencer Deia Cavalheiro said she gotnymphoplasty, also known as the labia plastic surgery, after a long time friend who's a plastic surgeon told her to "choose a procedure" for her birthday.

However, she wished she'd never had after she actually got it done.

"He just told me to choose a procedure," said the model.

"We have been friends for the longest time and it was my birthday.

"As a birthday gift, he said I could choose any surgery that he would do it himself."

She added: "At the time, I didn’t really had anything I needed or wanted to change about my body.

"The labia surgery was actually an idea of another friend of mine who got it done. The moment she showed me her results I was immediately sold."

She said her surgeon friend begged her not to get it done as her vagina was "already good looking".

However, she ignored him – although she wished she hadn't.

"My surgeon friend begged me not to get this surgery because it wouldn’t make much difference as mine’s was already good looking, "she explained.

"I just too hyped. I convinced him to do it.

"I actually regret it because the post-operation is awful and it really didn’t make a big difference as mine was already pretty much the same thing. I should have listened."

Deia was seen posing for some sizzling bikini snaps as she spoke about her surgery.

The brunette stunner was seen smouldering as she unleashed her curves in a multi-coloured string number while relaxing at a pool.

The model showed off her figure and tattoo in the swimwear pictures as she soaked up the sun.

She also got cheeky as she flaunted her rear in a few of the snaps as she also rocked soaking wet hair and immaculate makeup.

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