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Old 11-10-2009, 03:27 PM   #1
 
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I'm 4 months post-op for breast implants and have developed some nasty scars under the fold of my breasts. I really want to get rid of them because there's no point in having nice jugs if it means I am going to have to live with this disgusting scarring.

Can I sue the doctor for causing these? He did not warn me they would be this bad so I want to take him to court.

What are my options out there to treat these scars? Are there any good scar remover creams that are effective?


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Old 11-10-2009, 05:15 PM   #2
 
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It usually takes much longer than 4 months for scars to heal from breast implants. Are they forming into keloid scars?

Scarring is often a normal part of the process, so legal action would probably get you nowhere, unless they are so profound and exaggerated. You most likely signed a form acknowledging that scarring may occur.

You should be using a topical like Mederma.

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As I stated before I disagree with ALL liability being taken off the surgeons, but the reason they put these clauses in is due to sue happy people with unreasonable expectations. I intend to personally investigate this matter further, because if a surgeon really does mess up (and we're not discussing a little issue ... we are discussing people's BODIES and appearances), he or she SHOULD hold some extent of the liability for his or her mistakes.

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