Mother, 23, was left fighting for her life in a coma after weight loss surgery GONE WRONG

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A young mother who is a NHS healthcare assistant was left fighting for her life after ‘nightmare’ weight loss surgery in Turkey.

How it Started

Chloe Quick was given a ’50/50′ chance of pulling through after suffering a bleed during the £1,500 gastric sleeve op.

Her spleen — a fist-sized organ in the abdomen — ruptured and she was placed in a medically-induced coma to protect her brain.

How Is She Now?

Quick, 23, from Hereford, survived her near-death ordeal and is now recovering at a private clinic in Istanbul.  

However, she faces a growing bill of over £5,000 to get back to the UK after needing emergency care overseas.

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Details of the Operation

Gastric sleeve ops can cost around £7,000 in British private clinics. The op removes part of the stomach to help overweight patients slim.

Just hours after completing the procedure at an unnamed private hospital on April 26, Ms Quick reportedly suffered a pain in her abdomen.

Blood gushed from a surgical drain placed in her abdomen as part of the procedure, according to a GoFundMe page. 

Staff reportedly told the young mother this was normal.

She later collapsed and had to be rushed to emergency care. Urgent investigations revealed her spleen had ruptured, causing an internal bleed.  

Ms Quick, who is mother to a two-year-old boy, was placed in an induced coma as part of her treatment.

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