Horror pics: Mum's botched surgery sees stomach DESTROYED by flesh-eating infection
Horror pics: Mum's botched surgery sees stomach DESTROYED by flesh-eating infection A British mum was horrified after a botched tummy tuck nearly took her life. Nina, 34, from Kent appeared on Channel 5 show Where Theres Blame, Theres a Claim on Wednesday night. The brunette said she decided to have abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) to regain her figure after having her two kids. However, she didnt realise the procedure would leave her on deaths door. “I couldnt believe how bad it was” Nina Nina said the moment she came around she knew there was a problem. She said: I was in so much pain, I could just feel all this pressure on my stomach. There was a really sharp pain where drains were going in and I can barely move. Despite her excruciating pain, doctors at the surgery insisted everything was fine.
However, Nina eventually took herself to her local A&E after not being able to tolerate the agony anymore. They found she had an infected abscess and she was taken for emergency surgery. The surgeons had to remove large portions of abdomen as it was so severely infected. She admitted: I couldnt believe how bad it was. Nina had to spend the next ten days in hospital. Doctors also said she was very lucky to come in day that she did, as the infection would have started attacking other parts of her body and it could of killed her if it hadnt been nipped in the bud.
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