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A real and good doctor would have suggested therapy and not surgery. Just imagine a younger sibling, child, or other relative seeing your and your husband's decision-making ensue and as a result suffering from BDD and/or twisted logic like yours. That's how personalities like Chloe Lattanzi (Olivia Newton John's daughter) come about.
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