A fitness bustys’ bikini accident was not an accident.
But the injury caused her to suffer serious facial pain, swelling and bruising, and she was forced to undergo cosmetic procedures that resulted in a huge, blackened bump on her forehead.
“I am a fitness model.
I am one of the biggest names in the world and have a brand.
I have worked on the runway and in magazines and I have been photographed.
It was a big shock to me,” she said.”
After that, I was told I had a small lump on my forehead, which was a bit of a shock for me, but not a big deal.
I thought it was just a small bump.””
I started to feel a little bit of pain.
I went to the doctor and they said it was a fracture, but I was so happy I didn’t think of it as anything.
I just thought it would be a cosmetic procedure.”
For a short while, she was fine, but the swelling in her forehead started to become more pronounced.
“The next day, it started to get worse,” she told Al Jazeera.
“It was a very painful day.
I was in the car driving home from work when the driver told me, ‘Oh my God, it’s a bulge on your forehead’.
I had to go to the emergency room because I couldn’t get off the car because I was going to have to have surgery.””
The swelling just started getting worse and worse,” says Sarah.”
There was so much swelling on my left side.
It started to swell up really big, and it felt like it was on top of my head, I couldn´t breathe.
I got out of the car and I realised I had got a large bulge in my forehead.””
It hurt so bad and I couldnít do anything, so I decided to go home and lie down and rest for a couple of hours,” she says.
Sarah was in her 20s at the time, and the injury happened in March 2016.
“It felt like I was holding my head up, and I thought I was OK,” she recalled.
The bulge eventually narrowed and eventually healed, but Sarah had to wear a mask for three weeks after surgery, which caused her headaches.
After the surgery, she says she went through the worst pain she had ever experienced in her life.
“At first I was really scared, and then it just started to calm down.
But it took a few days to get used to it.
It didn’t feel good at all, so it was definitely a bit scary.”
She now has a small, black bump on the left side of her forehead, and has had a series of cosmetic procedures to remove it.
“When I was at the hospital, they asked me what I was doing because it was bothering me, and if I didnít tell them, I wouldnít be allowed to go back to the office.
I told them I had suffered a lot and it was not a problem, but they didníre understanding,” she added.
Sarah says she has had several cosmetic procedures and is now feeling confident about her new appearance.
“Since I was on the operating table, I have had a number of surgeries, and that was not the worst, but there was a lot of swelling and scarring, and now I have a lot more hair,” she explains.
“Now I can dress myself, I can take my clothes off, and have more confidence.
I feel like I have changed, and feel better about myself.”
Sarah says her injury and her surgery have changed her life and made her feel happier and healthier.
“Everything is better now.
It made me feel so happy and I feel more confident, so now I am a happier person and more successful person,” she explained.”
My body is better and I can be happier in my work.
I get to go out and relax.”
Sarah is now training to be a fitness trainer in the US.
“I am going to continue to work hard and have fun, and make my clients happy, too,” she hopes.
“The more I can teach myself, the better I will be.”
The National Association of Sports Medicine is working with Sarah and other fitness models on how to reduce facial injuries.
“We are aware of the problem of facial injuries in fitness models,” says Dr. Brian L. Smith, the chairman of the association.
“Facial injuries in women and girls are on the rise, as more women are taking up sports, and more are taking part in competitive events.”
These injuries are extremely painful and often fatal, particularly if they occur in sports where women are required to be physically fit.””
These injuries are especially difficult to manage, and we believe that a variety of measures”
We have seen cases where trainers have been injured when working with models.
These injuries are especially difficult to manage, and we believe that a variety of measures