FAQs Butt Injections

What are butt injections?
Butt injections involve injecting a substance into your butt in order to make it bigger. There are many different types of butt injections, including fat injections, hydrogel injections, PMMA injections, silicone injections, and even black market injections (in which any unknown substance might be injected into your body). All types of butt injection procedures work in the same basic way – a needle injects an artificial substance in your butt to make it bigger.

Are there any risks or side effects to getting butt injections?
Yes-there are many risks and side effects associated with butt injections. The simple truth is that this procedure is incredibly dangerous. You are putting your health and your life in the hand of whoever is wielding the needle. The procedure is not performed by licensed doctors in legitimate medical facilities. Some of the known side effects of butt injections include:

  • Blood clots
  • Kidney failure
  • Nerve damage
  • Respiratory issues
  • Scarring
  • Inflammation
  • Infection
  • Allergic reactions
  • Buttocks asymmetry

Die from butt enhancement surgery?
Yes-people have died from butt injections and butt enhancement surgery complications. Some noteworthy examples include:

  • Miss Argentina 1994 died in 2009 following complications from butt enhancement surgery.
  • A Las Vegas woman died in April 2011 following a backroom buttock enhancement surgery.
  • A 20-year-old British tourist died after receiving silicone butt injections in a hotel room from a woman who called herself the “Black Madam”

Are butt injections expensive?
Each butt injections procedure costs several hundred dollars, which isn’t as expensive as some other butt enhancement surgeries. However, butt injections are incredibly dangerous and the results don’t last long, so the procedure must be repeated on a regular basis.

Do butt injections work?
The results from butt injection procedures vary widely. This is due to a number of reasons. Each type of injection yields different results. Additionally, the procedure is often performed in shady motel rooms and other dangerous facilities by individuals who are not medical doctors. Finally, the results from butt injections don’t last. Even in the best case scenario, the results are temporary, meaning the procedure will need to be repeated on a recurring basis.