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He found the infection ten days after surgery and said it was my fault from having a nicotine . the infection got worse and then spread to the other breast . Dr . sang saw me at the hospital through their ER on a Sunday due to this . told me he would put stitches in both breast sutures and go from there , he prescribed yet again another weeks worth of antibiotics . on January 24th he assessed me and said that my breast implants were infected / exposed and needed to be removed . I would need to come up with the money for this additional surgery and the would not perform surgery until this was paid . on Feb 1st i went to Thiensville ER and they cultured it and said i had a staph infection . went bk 2 ks later the infection spreading to my blood . had them removed by rd . sang and was told i had mesa
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