Sherrie Hewson may consider counselling to deal with her body dysmorphia.
The "Benidorm" actress, 68, has opened up about how she might resort to professional help so she can overcome her insecurities about ageing, admitting the thought of getting old "fills [her] with sadness".
Sherrie told The Sun Online: "I feel like I've lost the girl that I once was and the face I knew.
"You have to come to terms with the fact that that person isn't there anymore
"It makes me feel invisible because no man in the world is going to look at me because they all want to be with a woman who is at least 20 years younger.
"Maybe I need to have counselling to get rid of the terrible stuff that goes on in my head."
The former "Loose Women" panellist revealed the results of her face lift when she appeared on "Lorraine" in 2015, and admitted the procedure made her feel "better" after a bad 10 years.
She said: "I've had a c***py 10 years and everything, I think, showed in my face, it was worn, it was drawn, it was worn out.
"I wanted to do it for me. Not for any other reason in the world, for me.
"It has made me feel a bit better."
The former "Coronation Street" actress sought cosmetic surgery for a second time after her first facelift went awry and left her fighting for her life.
During the procedure, she suffered an allergic reaction to general anaesthetic which was given to her ahead of the scheduled surgical facelift.
Sherrie suffered from convulsions and then blacked out on the operating table, resulting in medics cancelling the op.
The former cobbles favourite previously revealed she thought she was going to die before she fell unconscious during the horrific ordeal.
She recalled: "I felt like I was drowning and the last thing I saw before I fell unconscious was the shocked looks on the doctor's faces. I thought I was a goner."