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Author Topic: 4 Stitches Later  (Read 885 times)

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Offline sorryass

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4 Stitches Later
« on: December 22, 2011, 10:53:51 PM »
Hi folks, been sometime.  Thought I would share some good news.  On the 19th of December, I was finally able to get the excess bio-alcamid removed from my face.    Court next.


I did think that I would be jumping for joy, but that did'nt happen.  There was a brief, but fleeting sense of real happyness.  Then the realization that to remove the bio-alcamid, a 1/4 scar had to cut into my face on both sides, to push the product out.  There are currently two stitches, on both sides of my face, closing the wounds.

No matter what happens in Court, I have lost.  Dignity.  Respect.  Selfworth.  This bastard has scarred more than my face.  He scared me.  Depending on the outcome of the Courtcase, will depend on if I out this maniac egotisticall, homophobic, prick.  And that's so WRONG.  Lord only knows how many more people such as myself that he has attacked.  And will continue to do so.

  I am so tempeted to just plaster the city with pictures, and his name.  It's a horror story like any other, sick.  This man is sick.  Butcher, not doctor.  At least it's finally, finally out.  Out because the hospitals decided it was a mistake, and had to be corrected.  Not, because I elected to have it removed. 

Be very, very carefull who you choose to have work done on YOUR face.  I now have 7 (SEVEN) scars on my face. Large scars. Unnessassary scars. 

 
Once a gardener,...............er!

*Ritonavir 100mg 2-Day
*Etravirine 100mg 2-Day
*Raltegravir 400mg 2-Day
*Prezista 600mg 2-Day

Offline deibster

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Re: 4 Stitches Later
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2011, 01:23:35 AM »
I wish all the best for you. Was the repair done by a plastic surgeon? I pray that it was at least done by someone experienced in facial surgery. Hugs, Deibster
Poz since Dec 1992. Meds since 1995. Disability since 2005.

Prezista/Norvir, Epzicom, Cytomel, Prevacid, pravastatin, Fenofibrate, Welbutrin, Remeron, Zoloft, Concerta, doxazosin, Allegra180, Nasacort, Centrum, Flax Oil, Fish Oil

Offline sorryass

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Re: 4 Stitches Later
« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2011, 02:20:18 AM »
Yes, Deibster, the removal was done by a Lisc Plastic Surgeon.    At least I no longer look like one of the seven dwarfs, with the puffy faces.  Small mercys.  I feel like David vs Goliath at the moment, but, a picture is worth a thousand words.  This will not sit, I am not allowing it to go unchallenged. 

Take care of yourselves everyone. 

Once a gardener,...............er!

*Ritonavir 100mg 2-Day
*Etravirine 100mg 2-Day
*Raltegravir 400mg 2-Day
*Prezista 600mg 2-Day

 


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