Donna’s story about a dodgy cosmetic surgeon appears over two pages and on the cover of THAT’S LIFE magazine…
MY WONKY BOOB JOB HELL
After giving birth to twins Donna, 32, wanted her boobs to go back to being perky
Paid cosmetic surgeon Dr Amedeo Usai to give her a boob job to give them a lift going from a B cup to a D
But she got such a bad infection she was admitted to hospital
When she complained to the doctor about his poor aftercare she got an abusive email telling her she was a f***ing stupid b*tch
Doctor has now been struck off but Donna has been left with wonky boobs
After having her twins, Donna longed to get her body back to how it used to be. She was particularly upset about her boobs, which used to be a D and were now a B cup. So she paid thousands for a boob job.
But within days she was in agony as one breast became sore. Despite going back to the surgeon who did the op and getting creams, nothing worked. Eventually and in agony she was admitted to hospital with a life threatening infection in one of her breasts.
Shockingly when the infection healed it left a massive hole in her breast – but the surgeon who did the boob job didn’t want to know. She was stunned by his attitude but worst was to come.
When she reported him to medical watchdogs for his poor aftercare she discovered he was already being investigated after five other women complained at their treatment.
One had a facelift, the other liposuction and the rest breast augmentation.
After making a complaint, he fired off an abusive email to her. Incredibly it called her a F***ing b*tch added she must be full of s**t told her to F off.
It later transpired he even sent an email to a female investigator which read, ‘Hello nice pussy…’
In January 2016 surgeon Amedeo Usai was struck off by the General Medical Council – and has fled back to his native Italy.
Donna had to have the implant removed and is left with a deformed breast. She needs £9,000 to get it put right but cannot afford it. Donna’s partner, with whom she has just had a baby, is supportive but it has hugely affected her self confidence. She wishes she’d never had it done.
Donna wanted to get her story out to raise awareness to other women about the dangers of cosmetic surgery.
She says: ‘If you are considering it, please research the doctor first. You need to know who’s behind that surgeon’s mask.’
I placed Donna’s story in That’s Life magazine where it appeared over two pages and on the front cover.
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