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Nicole Eggert regrets getting implants for ‘Baywatch’ at 18

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Bigger is not always better.

“Baywatch” alum Nicole Eggert, who recently announced her breast cancer diagnosis, revealed she regrets going under the knife for a breast augmentation at 18 while starring on the hit show after becoming self-conscious on set.

“I look at all these younger girls doing it and think, ‘God, leave your bodies alone!’” she told People in an interview published Saturday.

“But when you have to put on that one-piece and it’s like, you’re so flat that it’s like, pleating — you got pleats across the front — You’re like, ‘What is this?’” she recalled.

“Nothing you can do. You can’t stuff it with anything. You can’t do anything.”

Eggert was not physically or mentally prepared to film in a tiny swimsuit every day.

The “Charles in Charge” alum said she had no idea she landed a spot on “Baywatch” and at the time thought she would be acting on a spinoff series about high school students in Malibu.

“It was a stupid 18-year-old decision,” she said.

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Eggert, 52, has since undergone a series of breast augmentations — including a reduction that was documented on the E! show “Botched” in 2015.

Earlier this month, the mom of two’s chest was in the news for a different reason — she revealed she had stage 2 cribriform carcinoma.

At the time of her announcement, Eggert said she was waiting to get into the operating room to have the painful lump in her left breast removed and to find out when she could start chemotherapy.

The “Blown Away” actress admitted she often “panics” knowing that the cancer is “growing” inside her with “every second that passes.”

The most difficult part for her is the thought of leaving her daughters, Dilyn, 25, and Keegan, 12.

“[Dilyn’s] an adult, but I have a 12-year-old at home where I’m the only caregiver. I have no family. I…

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