Not all implants are done correctly and things can go really bad

Linda Perez was 18 when she went to the Coral Gables Cosmetic Center in Miami, Florida, in August 2013, where she paid $2,800 for breast implants.

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But minutes after the surgery, she experienced breathing difficulties and her heart rate and blood pressure dropped drastically. She left the center unconscious and was taken to hospital, where she remained in a coma for months. she is now unable to walk, eat, bathe or go to the bathroom without help – and needs round-the-clock care.

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She had suffered brain damage due to a lack of oxygen to the brain, state records indicate.

It later emerged that the doctor who administered her anesthesia is a convicted felon who had previously had his medical license suspended.

But despite the family’s attorney filing a lawsuit against the clinic, they were able to only recover a limited amount of damages because it has no insurance. She left the center in a coma and remained in a vegetative state for approximately three months.

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Perez’s mother Mariela Diaz, hopes to get justice for her daughter one day.

She also hopes her daughter’s story will serve as a cautionary tale to other young women to think carefully before undergoing cosmetic surgery.

Perez had already undergone an augmentation procedure on her buttocks ahead of the breast implant surgery.

"I tell the daughters and mothers to think it over before going to those clinics, because they never know how they are going to come out. They should just accept what they have naturally."

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| May, 25th, 2016
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