TikTok personality who cut off both breasts in "affirming" gender transition reveals near-death complications
Another body-botched transgender was seen crying on TikTok
the other day following a "top" surgery that almost left this person dead from severe complications.
"Rylan," a female trying to become a "male," decided to get a double mastectomy from a popular "Yeet the Teets" surgeon named Sidhbh Gallagher who markets her transgender mutilation services all over social media. The result was lots of blood, pus, and the removal of more than a half-foot long chunk of rotting tissue that had formed inside the transgender's body.
According to Rylan, Gallagher completely botched the "gender affirming" operation and left Rylan for dead. The trans-identified female from Ohio uploaded nasty pictures of what happened as well as another video to TikTok complaining about what transpired.
"I don't regret top surgery," Rylan made sure to state in its video, "but I do regret who I got surgery with and I need to talk about it."
Upon noticing the horrific outcome of the procedure and notifying Gallagher about it, Rylan was told that it was "just bruising" and that it would heal itself. Rylan, who is fat, was also told that being obese is also partially to blame – many "gender affirmation" surgeons, it turns out, will not even perform such procedures on fat people because of the serious risks involved.
Rylan appears to have specifically sought out Gallagher for her willingness to perform transgender mutilation
surgeries on fat people. Rylan now regrets that decision as its body suffered through horrific trauma that is still a problem to this day.
"I was splitting open and, within days, those two holes would both become gaping abscesses," Rylan says about the two puncture holes that were put in its now-removed breasts.
Sidhbh Gallagher opted out of malpractice insurance to avoid being sued
Gallagher once again insisted that everything with Rylan was just fine and that there was "no need for the ER." Rylan, however, was not convinced based upon what happened next.
"I saw that the hole in my incision had collapsed into a hollow, black cavity," Rylan recalls. "Brown and dark yellow tissue were spilling slightly out of it. It had a putrid smell."
Rylan sent photographs of this as well, only to have Gallagher respond with: "It's looking good – not infected." Gallagher then told Rylan to put "some antibiotic cream on the open area."
Worried about the situation, Rylan immediately contacted a local top surgeon in Ohio who advised it to immediately come in for emergency surgery to fix the mess that Gallagher, who crudely calls herself "Dr. Teetus Deletus" on social media, created.
Three days later, more than half a foot of Rylan's left side had to be removed as it had been destroyed by a type of bacteria "that has a high mortality rate."
"When I saw the photo of what they removed, it dawned on me what would've happened if I'd listened to Dr. Gallagher," Rylan said.
Rylan is still alive, but its "healing" has been difficult. Gallagher has not checked in with Rylan even once since the fiasco, and it is expected that she never will.
"In the wise words of the surgeon who saved my life, 'she doesn't give a s*** about you,'" Rylan wrote in a follow-up social media post.
It turns out that Gallagher knows, apparently, that she is a bad doctor. She specifically opted out of malpractice insurance, which all credible doctors hold, which makes "suing her almost impossible," according to reports.
"Most lawyers will be reluctant to take on a case against an uninsured defendant as there would likely be no means for them to collect their fee," one report explains. "Rylan was told that Gallagher likely uses this loophole deliberately."
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