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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Breasts Surgery Make Ms Tham Mei Leng Suffer .

HER boyfriend wanted her to be slimmer and have bigger breasts and constantly pestered her about it during their five-year relationship.
To please him, 30-year-old clerk Tham Mei Leng, from Pahang, underwent liposuction of her tummy and transferred the fat to her breasts.

Surgery of the Breast: Principles and Art (Two Volume Set)But the procedure by an unlicensed cosmetic surgery company, which cost RM13,100, turned out to be a disaster -- her breasts were infected with pus along and Wong suffered ugly surgical scars and constant itchiness.

On top of that, her boyfriend has dumped her.
Relating her ordeal at the MCA Public Services and Complaints Bureau here yesterday, Tham said a friend had recommended the company to her.

"My breasts became infected because tummy fat is not suitable for breast enlargement and I found this out from a specialist after undergoing the surgery," she said.

"The specialist told me the fat should have been from the thighs and not the tummy. This specialist is now helping me prevent the infection from spreading into my bloodstream."

Atlas of Aesthetic Breast SurgeryTham also said she underwent the cosmetic surgery without any anaesthetics or medicine to relieve the pain.

"I endured the pain during the two-hour surgery by constantly reminding myself that what I was doing would please my boyfriend.

"It was very painful and I could not help crying during the surgery. The infection also causes constant pain and itchiness."

Bureau chief Datuk Michael Chong said the unlicensed cosmetic surgery company was operating at a shoplot in Kuala Lumpur and the surgeon came from southern China.

"Tham's friend had previously undergone liposuction at the same company without complications. Tham thought it would also work for her although she also wanted breasts enlargement.

"We will provide her legal assistance and seek the help of the Health Ministry on possible action against the unlicensed company." Source : TheMalayMail

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