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Woman can’t shut her eyes while sleeping for over a year after botched plastic surgery

A Chinese woman has been left devastated as she struggles to sleep with her eyes closed for over a year due to failed plastic surgery.

The resident, known by her surname Ma, said that she has been using sticky tape to keep her eyes shut at night since 2018.

Ms Ma, who had a repair surgery after she was unsatisfied with the result of her initial operation, was shattered when the second procedure went wrong again.

The cosmetic clinic denied the woman’s claims and requested to conduct a legal analysis to determine if the surgery botched her eyes.

A Chinese woman, known by her surname Ma, has been left devastated as she struggles to sleep with her eyes closed for over a year due to failed plastic surgery

A Chinese woman, known by her surname Ma, has been left devastated as she struggles to sleep with her eyes closed for over a year due to failed plastic surgery

A Chinese woman, known by her surname Ma, has been left devastated as she struggles to sleep with her eyes closed for over a year due to failed plastic surgery

The Chinese woman spent 20,000 yuan (£2,268) to receive a double-eyelid surgery at the Jimei Plastic Hospital in Zhengzhou, Henan province of central China in September, 2018.

Such surgery, which creates the Western style creases on the upper eyelids, is a popular cosmetic operation among Asian women don’t naturally have them.

Ms Ma said that she visited the same clinic again for a repair session after she wasn’t happy with the result of the initial procedure.

But the beauty lover was devastated after the second surgery which left her unable to shut her eyes completely.

‘[My eyes] have never been well since the repair operation,’ said Ms Ma. ‘I can’t close my eyes properly and would get teary eyes on windy days.’

A recent clip shows the Chinese woman with a strip of sticky tape next to her eye. ‘I’ve been using the tape for over a year now,’ she told the local press. ‘I can’t shut [my eyes] if I don’t use the tape.’

The Chinese woman spent 20,000 yuan (£2,268) to receive a double-eyelid surgery at the Jimei Plastic Hospital in Zhengzhou, Henan province of central China in September, 2018

The Chinese woman spent 20,000 yuan (£2,268) to receive a double-eyelid surgery at the Jimei Plastic Hospital in Zhengzhou, Henan province of central China in September, 2018

The Chinese woman spent 20,000 yuan (£2,268) to receive a double-eyelid surgery at the Jimei Plastic Hospital in Zhengzhou, Henan province of central China in September, 2018

Ms Ma said that she visited the same clinic again for a repair session after she wasn’t happy with the result of the initial procedure. The second procedure left her eyes unable to shut

Ms Ma said that she visited the same clinic again for a repair session after she wasn’t happy with the result of the initial procedure. The second procedure left her eyes unable to shut

Ms Ma said that she visited the same clinic again for a repair session after she wasn’t happy with the result of the initial procedure. The second procedure left her eyes unable to shut 

Ms Ma said that the cosmetic clinic offered to perform another repair procedure or compensate her with 5,000 yuan (£566), a quarter of how much she paid for the first operation.

The hospital also asked Ms Ma to sign an agreement which exempts the clinic from any responsibilities in the future.

‘[That means] if I have any problems, I can’t contact them. It would have nothing to do with them anymore,’ the woman said.

A manager from the cosmetic clinic, known by his surname Feng, denied that the hospital gave Ms Ma such offers.

Another clip shows the furious resident confronting the staff member from the cosmetic clinic in Henan province: ‘Can’t you see? My eyes weren’t like this before the surgery’

Another clip shows the furious resident confronting the staff member from the cosmetic clinic in Henan province: ‘Can’t you see? My eyes weren’t like this before the surgery’

Another clip shows the furious resident confronting the staff member from the cosmetic clinic in Henan province: ‘Can’t you see? My eyes weren’t like this before the surgery’

Another clip shows the furious resident confronting the staff member: ‘Can’t you see? My eyes weren’t like this before the surgery.’

Mr Feng replied: ‘I can’t tell the difference. You can say it however you like.’

The clinic manager then requested to conduct a legal analysis for Ms Ma’s conditions. He said that the hospital will claim full responsibility if the result suggests that the surgery has indeed botched her eyes.

The Chinese woman said that she will continue to seek an acceptable response from the hospital.

Source: dailymail US

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