A Woman Was Left With 'Four Breasts' By Botched Surgery That Cost £25,000
A devastated woman who paid £25,000 ($32,500) for a boob job was shocked to find the surgery had left her with 'four breasts'.
The mum-of-one from China opted to go under the knife after feeling unhappy about her figure following childbirth.
But she came out of the operation with two growths at each side of her chest and when she sought medical attention, a doctor was said to be so shocked that she said: "Gosh, you have four breasts," according to the MailOnline.
The woman, who we're choosing not to name, revealed her horrifying news on a show by Guangdong Public Channel.
The patient, who lives in Shenzhen, the central coast of southern Guangdong province, had the procedure done in May earlier this year at the IF Aesthetic Surgery in Guangzhou.
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Apparently, the woman was told by surgeons that she should buy two pairs of implants because 'they said my own breasts had different sizes and they also needed to be augmented'. She forked out a total of 230,000 yuan (£25,165) for the surgery.
The MailOnline reported that the woman claims to have woken up during the operation, despite being given a general anaesthetic. She also found a large scar on her left arm, which surgeons said was a burn mark.
Speaking to a local reporter, the woman said that the surgery had left her with 'two extra breast', before adding: "The upper parts are bigger, the lower parts are smaller; the upper parts are hard, the lower parts are soft."
The woman has since been told by the medics that it's unlikely that the hard parts will soften which was when she was offered a refund on the initial procedure costs as well an an extra 30,000 yuan (£3,280) on compassionate grounds.
The woman has not agreed with the offer that has been put to her as she has been unable to work for three months and claims to have experienced great mental stress.
According to the MailOnline, a spokesperson from the clinic told the reporter that all of the surgeons at the centre were fully qualified and certified, before denying the claims about the botched surgery.
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