Doctors Help Botched Woman injected With Cement 10 Years After
There is no measurement for the utter devastation and powerlessness that Rajee Narinesingh experienced. The injustice of it will get your blood boiling. But even after injustice like that, there is always a way to move forward. And when justice is finally served it's all much sweeter. Rajee went through hell and back until the sun has finally risen for her.
After many confusing years in her life, Rajee Narinesingh came to the realization that she was transgender.
So in 2003, she decided to go through with the transformation. She says: "The last thing I wanted was to look like a man in a dress,", "I wanted to be a beautiful woman.". A part of that transformation included re-shaping her face through injections.
Unfortunately for Rajee, she went to see fake doctor Oneal Ron Morris who completely sabotaged Rajee's face and health.
Morris became known as the "toxic tush" after mixing and injecting dangerous and illegal cocktails of foreign substances into her patients, which ended up killing one or her patients. Now Morris faces manslaughter charges.
Morris had injected Rajee's face with tire sealant and cement.
As you can tell from the picture, Rajee developed huge lumps all over in he face and skin.
She turned to doctors, embarrassed, ashamed and disfigured. She even didn't feel like she could turn to the police.
The surgery that was supposed to change her life for the better ended up turning it for the worst. So in 2012, Rajee turned to the best doctors available for help.
She went to see Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif, the plastic surgeons from the reality TV show Botched because if anyone can do it, it's these two talented doctors.
Initially, Dr. Dubrow and Nassif turned her away claiming that operating on her will likely do more harm than good. Dr. Dubrow explained that the "masses encase all the muscles, nerves, and blood vessels, and taking them out would do a lot of damage to the skin.". Apparently attempting to remove the cement from her face would make her an "inflammatory mess".
After further examination, Nassif and Dubrow came up with a genius strategy.
They gave Rajee an anti-inflammatory medication while using ultrasound to soften the masses before removal. After the procedure, she was finally happy with the results.
"It's a pretty major improvement," Rajee told.
"I look in the mirror and think, Wow. I'm excited about the future and the wonderful possibilities it holds for me" she added.
Now Rajee is much more content with her life and says she had gone from being a victim to being victorious!
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