Colombian man’s face is rotting following botched surgery

A Colombian man’s face is apparently rotting following botched oral cavity plumping surgery with a fake physician.

Jerson Trujillo, 28, went into surgery in the quest to resemble a lady – however the procedure went hideously wrong.

He’s been playing a heavily disfigured face, rather from the feminine look he preferred. Reports suggest he’s just 50 percent from the face he started with left.

His face started in granulomas – groupings of immune cells that gather to try and wall off an overseas substance in your body that can’t be eliminated.

Mr Trujillo, from Neiva, has gone through four painful operations to try and repair the harm brought on by the fake physician. Two more are scheduled.

Speaking the very first time since his ordeal 4 years ago, he told local reporters: ‘Naively, I wasn’t conscious of the things they had place in my body system. 

‘My face was destroyed, rotten, pus arrived on the scene.A Mr Trujillo added that his face had grew to become ‘red’ and ‘hot’ after being injected having a mysterious liquid. 

Jerson Trujillo, 28, went under the knife in his quest to look like a woman - but the procedure went hideously wrong

Jerson Trujillo, 28, went under the knife in his quest to look like a woman - but the procedure went hideously wrong

He has been left with a heavily disfigured face instead of the feminine look he so longingly desired

He has been left with a heavily disfigured face instead of the feminine look he so longingly desired

Jerson Trujillo, 28, went into surgery in the quest to resemble a lady – however the procedure went hideously wrong. He continues to be playing a heavily disfigured face rather from the feminine look he so longingly preferred

The fake physician, who’s thought to be on the move, told Mr Trujillo that they would inject his cheekbones to ensure they are plumper.

Once the problems began 

Problems did not arise until not much later as he selected a moisturising treatment.

The moisturiser reacted badly using the substance that were injected into his cheekbones, local reports condition.

Three several weeks following the moisturising treatment, he started to suffer signs and symptoms.  

Mr Trujillo, from Neiva, has undergone four painful operations to try to repair the damage caused by the fake doctor

Mr Trujillo, from Neiva, has undergone four painful operations to try to repair the damage caused by the fake doctor

Mr Trujillo, from Neiva, has gone through four painful operations to try and repair the harm brought on by the fake physician

Speaking for the first time since his ordeal four years ago, he told local reporters: 'Naively, I was not aware of what they had put in my body'

Speaking for the first time since his ordeal four years ago, he told local reporters: 'Naively, I was not aware of what they had put in my body'

Speaking the very first time since his ordeal 4 years ago, he told local reporters: ‘Naively, I wasn’t conscious of the things they had place in my body’

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Individuals who go abroad for cosmetic surgery are now being playing ‘lifelong’ deformities because of botched procedures, a number one surgeon cautioned a week ago.

Professor Ash Mosahebi, an advisor cosmetic surgeon in the Royal Free Hospital working in london, stated the NHS has been left to feet the balance for the treatment of individuals with sepsis.

Many are playing ‘horrific injuries’ usually observed in fire and road accident victims because surgeons have to reduce the broken and dead tissue.

His face started in granulomas – groupings of immune cells that gather to try and wall off an overseas substance in your body that can’t be eliminated. 

Reports claim he’s just 50 percent from the face he started with left, following a corrective operations he’s suffered.

Mr Trujillo is scheduled set for two further procedures to rebuild his face.

May be the physician on the move? 

There’s been not sure on if the fake physician who performed the initial procedure continues to be tracked lower or prosecuted.

Medical officials have since issued an alert, stating prospective patients to continually locate a qualified cosmetic surgeon and never to get the ‘body of crime’.

The Colombian Institute of Legal Medicine states 13 people died as a result of plastic surgery measures in 2015 and 30 in 2016.  

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