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Complaint over breast implant gone badly wrong

By THE NATION

 

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A 27-YEAR-OLD former bank employee on Monday filed a police complaint against a well-known cosmetic clinic in central Bangkok over a breast-enhancement procedure that led to a severe infection, causing her damages worth Bt900,000.
 

She claimed that she was forced to give up her job due to the ailment and could not breast-feed her child. She therefore wanted this clinic in Silom to be held accountable for a reckless action causing serious injury. The woman, whose name has been withheld, has also charged the clinic with fraud. 

 

Her lawyer, Saranya Wangsukcharoen, said the woman had undergone the Bt120,000 breast-enhancement procedure in 2012. Two years later she returned to the clinic with a painful and swollen lower abdomen, which she was told had been filled with pus and filler liquid. She had to pay another Bt600,000 for treatment. 

 

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The clinic then talked the client into undergoing a Bt100,000 silicone breast implant procedure, the lawyer said. 

 

Last year, the client became pregnant and after delivering her baby through Caesarean section, was told that a large amount of filler liquid had again been found in her abdomen, Saranya said. The client then had to spend close to Bt500,000 to have this liquid removed.

 

She was later visited by a representative of the clinic, who offered to give her Bt150,000, provided she sign a document giving up the right to press charges. She agreed at the time because she needed the money for treatment. 

 

A month later, the woman was forced to stop breastfeeding her child to continue her breast treatment, the lawyer said. 

 

“My life has never been the same since I developed this problem. I had to quit my job so I could get treated,” the woman said. 

 

The plaintiff has called on the police to also take action against the clinic.

 

This isn’t the only case of cosmetic surgery gone wrong. A post on a Facebook page devoted to cosmetic surgery mishaps (facebook.com/abeautifulspy1/) reported the experience of one woman who underwent a silicone breast implant at a Rayong clinic last November and suffered a serious infection a week later.

 

Later, the clinic removed and replaced the implants but although the doctor gave her medicine, the woman suffered so much pain that she had the implants removed again by another clinic a month later.

 

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During this procedure, the doctor found a piece of gauze inside her right breast, and said the implants used were sub-standard. The first clinic had promised her the implants came from the US. 

 

This dispute ended with the embattled clinic paying the patient Bt300,000 compensation. 

 

Another woman who had taken advantage of a promotion offered by the same Rayong clinic, suffered from a similar infection. She later had the implants removed by another clinic, which told her that the silicone had been placed wrongly and the stitches had punctured the implants in six places. 

 

Another case was that of former pop singer Jeeranan “May” Kitprasarn, who spoke earlier this year about her Bt800,000 breast-augmentation surgery in South Korea last December that went terribly wrong. After the operation, Jeeranan complained of irregular bleeding from her breasts and a burning sensation. However the doctor insisted this was normal, so she returned to Bangkok a week later.

 

The singer said she continued to suffer pain and bleeding, and was later diagnosed with a serious blood infection. She said the infection was so severe that she only had 10 per cent chance of survival. After undergoing three surgeries, which included the removal of the implants, she recovered and decided to share her story as a cautionary tale to others.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30352565

 
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1 hour ago, webfact said:

She was later visited by a representative of the clinic, who offered to give her Bt150,000, provided she sign a document giving up the right to press charges. She agreed at the time because she needed the money for treatment. 

Done deal! Very Stupid.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Two years later she returned to the clinic with a painful and swollen lower abdomen, which she was told had been filled with pus and filler liquid. She had to pay another Bt600,000 for treatment. 

Me, with painful and swollen lower abdomen, I’d go to a hospital. 

 

But, hey, what do I know?

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A rich amount of money spent. 1,320,000 and was returned 150,000 to keep her silence,

bodily image has its costs when research is not done,

 getting a second opinion on surgeries, would be paramount, 

more than a handful is waste they say, some truth to that saying in this case,

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When I read bleeding and burning I thought infection but these clowns just said it was normal.total cowboys using sub standard materials.also who would want implants when breast feeding,surely that says something about this clinic.i winder how they get a licence to operate.

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9 minutes ago, whaleboneman said:

You're right. Many men prefer small breasts (can I be sued for saying that?)

Nah.

who told you that. 

Big jugs rule. you can always go down,  way safer than going up.

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8 hours ago, stanleycoin said:

Nah.

who told you that. 

Big jugs rule. you can always go down,  way safer than going up.

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Really, they float your boat? They look like something out of Roger Rabbit 555 au' naturel anytime but then I like beautiful real women not some plastic false creation.

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5 hours ago, Lokie said:

Really, they float your boat? They look like something out of Roger Rabbit 555 au' naturel anytime but then I like beautiful real women not some plastic false creation.

It was kind of a joke mate.

Even if it did fall a bit flat. :thumbsup:

 

I also prefer real ones.

But i do understand some ladies who are completel flat chessted, 

desire a pair of tits, so in that case its ok

but just making a small pair into a big pair,

Nah not my cup of tea, :jap:

 

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Breasts with implants look awful, even a blind man can spot fake breasts a mile off. I`ve read that at high altitudes, in an air-plane for example, these implants can burst and even explode. I also read that breast implants are not permanent and need to be replaced every few years. 

 

Don`t know why some women believe bodily enhancements make them look better, to me they are a big turn off. Natural is always more attractive.

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13 minutes ago, cyberfarang said:

 I`ve read that at high altitudes, in an air-plane for example, these implants can burst and even explode. I also read that breast implants are not permanent and need to be replaced every few years. 

 

Don`t know why some women believe bodily enhancements make them look better, to me they are a big turn off. Natural is always more attractive.

Never heard of explosion in a plane, I guess very disturbing for the woman ( and funny for the others ? )

Breasts seem to be a problem for women ; I prefer natural breast, too; silicone are often too big; some small natural breasts can be very sexy and exciting ...

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There's some horrible barstewards on here, with their nasty remarks about vanity.

 

If some women want to have their breasts enlarged for whatever reason, it's up to them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Girls dont get this stuff done for us...they do it for themselves and competition from the other girls.

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