If this all happened 8 years ago, the statute of limitations has expired on any claim you had for malpractice against thsi doctor. Such a claim would require you to plead and prove that this doctor's work fell below the standard of care, which means that other doctors wouldn't have done what he did, or would have done what he didn't. It's hard to know whether your illness during the surgery and your removal of the bandages so early and your choice of breast size affected the doctor's performance and/or your healing. But at any rate, you've waited too long to pursue any claim you might have had.
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I agree with the prior response. Based on the limited information provided it does appear that your statute of limitations expired quite some time ago.
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The statute of limitations or time within which you must file a lawsuit in California for medical malpractice is three years from the date of the act or 1 year from when you should have reasonably suspected that malpractice had been committed whichever is shorter.
The statue is lengthened if you were still treating with the doctor or they concealed it by fraud.
In your case seems like the statute of limitations has long expired.
Sorry but good luck to you.
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