Heidi Montag gets real about her plastic surgery in the latest issue of Life & Style. Courtesy of Life & Style

Scarred from her blonde head to her "lumpy" thighs, reality TV star Heidi Montag now says she regrets the 10 plastic surgery procedures that left her with bald spots, uneven "G" cup size breasts, and telltale signs of incisions all over her body.

"This is not what I signed up for," Montag tells Life & Style magazine in an issue on newsstands this week. "Parts of my body definitely look worse than they did presurgery."

Among her complaints on the one year anniversary of her shocking procedures are unsightly scars including a two-inch raised blemish from her chin reduction, a jagged line behind her ears, two "caterpillar-size" bald spots from her brow lift, breasts that are not symmetrical, scars on her nipples and a bright red mark inside her nostril.

"People have fewer scars from car accidents than I have on my body," Montag laments to the mag.

Heidi Montag shows off her plastic surgery scars in Life & Style. Courtesy of Life & Style

This is a different story than the one Montag told last year when she flaunted her new face and body in a sexy fuchsia dress on the cover of People and admitted to a plastic surgery addiction.

She added that insecurity and a desire to be her "best self" prompted her to have liposuction on her waist, hips, inner and outer thighs, as well as, a buttocks augmentation and revision of a prior breast augmentation. Montag also had her ears pinned, a chin reduction, a "mini" brow lift, Botox and fat injections in her face.

The regretful tune Montag is now singing makes StyleList wonder if the reality TV star, who recently reconciled with her husband, Spencer Pratt, is feeling litigious. Her plastic surgeon, Dr. Frank Ryan, died in a car accident in August.

At the time of his death Montag released a statement calling him "brilliant," "angel" and added that he "changed my life."

During a photo shoot this month, Montag also told the mag the scars are a constant reminder she went too far in her quest for superficial perfection. "I would love not to be a plastic girl or whatever they call me. Surgery ruined my career and personal life and just brought a lot of negativity into my world. I wish I could jump into a time machine and take it all back. Instead, I'm always going to feel like Edward Scissorhands."

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