SRS - Dr. Pichet- Positive Responses!!!
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R. wrote to me as follows:
September 10, 2003
I just have returned from Thailand where I was under Dr. Pichet's care since August 13th, after having more surgery than any previous patient of his at one time (per Dr. Pichet). I'm VERY happy with the man, his staff, and the results. I had SRS with colon segment, full facial feminization surgery, and breast implants. The FFS included full brow lift, upper and lower eyelid, complete nose reshaping, lip augmentation, jaw reduction, chin reduction, and Adams apple shaving. The breast implants were extra large size (I'm a big girl) and turned out wonderful.
Dr. Pichet really cares about you as a person. He spent 4 hours going over the surgery plan with me, and another hour or so doing an examination in his clinic the day after I arrived. I was then taken to the hospital where I had head x-rays, chest x-rays, and heart tests done. Once complete I was admitted to a fantastic hospital suite, private, 30 feet by 20 feet in size, with a mini kitchen and with a full view of the city. I had a nursing assistant assigned to me as a companion even thought my spouse came with me. This wonderful girl stayed with my spouse while I was in surgery and intensive care, even slept in the room with her to keep her company. Once I was back in my room she took care of me physically and mentally, a service that just can not be found in the USA. With Dr. Pichet you pay a flat fee for his services, the hospital, and all medical costs, so there are no other costs that you must pay for, except your hotel room once out of the hospital. The doctor even provides your meals, which you order through his staff each day (Thai food, KFC, Pizza Hut, McDonalds etc). He will not accept money for this, he tells you that he knows you are in a foreign land and need extra care to feel at ease. He and his staff come to you in your hotel as necessary twice a day, and then when youíre ready he provides a personnel taxi service to bring you to him wherever he is, the hospital or the clinic. The doctor was concerned about the length of my surgery (12.5 hours), so at no additional expense to me placed me in intensive care for a day as a precaution before releasing me to my standard hospital room, he even came and slept in a adjacent hospital room one night when I had stomach pains to be sure I was OK.
The surgeries all turned out perfect. I never ran a fever, and I recovered quickly. The doctor pays for all necessary medicines. He had me on antibiotics of 3 different kinds for 2 weeks, IV meds while in the hospital, pill form once out. My SRS results are, in my mind, perfect. I have over 6 inches in vaginal depth and I'm using a size 6 dilator (1-5/16 in.) without problems. The doctor had me dilating the 4th day after surgery and counseled me how important it was that I did so at least twice a day if I wished to be sexually active. The basic look of the neovagina is acceptable but will need a secondary cosmetic surgery if I wish it to be perfect at some later point. I have great sensation at the clitoris and feeling throughout the surgical area.
The breast implants are even and look very good, bruising was very bad initially but has healed quickly. The doctor does NOT place the implants below the muscle so if you wish that procedure you should look elsewhere.
Things to thing about: The Internet reviews I've read suggests Doctor Pichet does not get great vaginal depth with a simple penile skin inversion, and he does not do secondary skin graphs. If a depth of more than 2.5 inches or so is desired he highly suggests colon segment surgery, but cautions you quite hard on the additional risks before accepting your decision to go forward. Dr. Pichet does not perform the colon resection alone, but brings in a general surgeon to harvest the colon segment and to assist him in its attachment.
If you are a smoker or heavy drinker, be ready to quit these activities before and while under his care. We all know these activities are bad for the body and it is common sense that we should not do them after major surgery. If you are overweight, than lose the weight before contacting the doctor: He will want full body pictures to evaluate your medical readiness to go through these surgeries. Common sense suggests you know these things, but the doctor gets patients all the time wanting surgery while not following these simple medical requirements.
Be ready for an adventure in a foreign country. Be prepared to talk with the doctor over and over as necessary to get your wishes clear. He speaks very good English, but some concepts don't translate well. Remember he is in Thailand and his primary language is Thai. You are contacting him for the price savings and because of recommendations such as this one, so accept the challenges that go with your decision.
Do's and Don'ts: Do contact several doctors, and get their opinion on what is possible. I contacted 7 doctors, 5 in Thailand and 2 in the US, before going ahead. Do contact the doctorsí previous patients. I contacted 12 of Dr Pichet's previous patients before deciding I would trust this man with my life and my dreams. Don't expect Dr. Pichet to do anything that a US doctor will not. Don't expect that the doctor is God: Each body will heal in its own way. Plastic surgery is an art as well as a science: You very well may get an infection or heal slowly through no fault of the doctor. Don't expect that there are no risks in getting these surgeries: You could die on the table, or may not get the final results you are looking for.
Conclusion: Dr. Pichet is an honorable and caring man, and a very good plastic surgeon. I highly recommend him and his staff, and Thailand is an adventure not to be missed. If you have more questions or wish a more detailed and candid review of Dr. Pichet, please do not hesitate to contact me at . (Dr. Lawrence: Please keep my name in the report so others can email me if they have questions.)
S. wrote to me as follows:
July 14, 2003
I would like you to post my letter about my experience with Dr. Pichet Rodchareon. I had my surgery on January 29, 2003. I had a three-hour consult with Dr. Pichet before he scheduled me for surgery. We had an extensive talk about the depth of the vaginal canal and the options available. He explained to me that without the colon surgery that my vagina would only be about 2 inches deep. I told him I wasn't all that concerned about the depth because I was a lesbian and wasn't worried about penetration like a lot of patients would be and that I didn't want the invasive colon surgery. We agreed. I then looked at his breast implant sizes and we spent a while discussing those. When we were finished and in agreement he scheduled my surgery. I did have a history of heart disease and heart surgeries, so he insisted on having his cardiologist take care of me for my stay and they ran tests on my before they would admit me. I felt that I received very competent care.
After my surgery, I was in bed for two days before he removed my bandages, and I received wonderful care from his excellent staff and the hospital nurses, who were very good. I had torn some stitches, since I didn't realize I wasn't supposed to move around as I did. The nurses kept my wounds under close inspection: While in the hospital they checked them every 4 hours or so. I never got an infection. I went to the hotel that was adjacent to the hospital and went to bed.
Dr. Pichet informed me that when he did my surgery he had discovered that my urethra was very small in diameter and that I was to be careful of it getting blocked by scar material. We decided we should leave the catheter in for a week to help keep it open while the healing progressed. He had his staff nurses come and clean my wounds every day for 2 weeks at my hotel. He would then come to my room daily and look in on me himself. On many occasions I went to the hospital, which was right next door, and consulted with him. I found him very easy to talk with, as if he were a friend. He told me to dilate after I got home and gave me a kit of stents and supplies.
When I came home I was short of funds, so I went back to work three weeks after surgery. About four weeks after surgery I started having problems urinating, and went to my doctor at home. She referred me to a urologist, who confirmed Dr. Pichetís diagnosis that my urethra was very small. She dilated my urethra up to a size 18 . I wore the catheter 24/7 for 2 weeks; then the urologist removed it, and I started cathing myself nightly to keep it open. It has now been six months, and I'm down to cathing once a week and am doing fine. I have feelings in my new vagina and clitoris, and I am very pleased with the outcome. I dilate once a day and have been able to penetrate to 3 inches (7.5 cm).
I don't feel like Dr. Pichet is getting his just credit on your page at this time. Please post this on your page to be fair to Dr. Pichet
A. wrote to me as follows:
July 14, 2003
Let me tell you, and anyone interested in going to Dr Pichet, that I am very satisfied and would tell anyone to go to him. He is very good at his work and a fine doctor. He is caring and very concerned about his patients. He treated my mom and me like his personal guests, as though he had known us all his life.
As far as the outcome of my SRS, it is very satisfactory to me, and everything works just fine. I was in an odd situation, because I was intersexed. I had internal female parts already, so I did not need the colon segment. I have about 3 or 4 inches of depth and would have more if I would dilate (which I hate). Depth was not important to me, but being corrected was.
If I had to do this all over again, I am sure I would still chose Dr. Pichet for my doctor. I am also returning for a check up with him, and also to visit the nurses who took care of me. I want him to see the outcome of his work. I am sure he will be pleased.
J. wrote to me as follows:
July 13, 2003
In late May 2003, I had a colon segment vaginoplasty with Dr. Pichet. My result is perfect, and I had no complications of my vaginoplasty whatsoever. However, I did have complications completely unrelated to the vaginoplasty itself. You see, I am fat. If abdominal fat is cut into, there can be fat necrosis or death of the fat. This is because fat tissue does not have good blood flow. I needed an abdominal incision to do my colon segment surgery. Fat liquefies when it dies, so I had leakage from my incision. Dr. Pichet put me right back in the hospital. He examined me with the two other surgeons who assisted in my surgery. Incidentally, Dr. Pichet provided me with these two surgeons at no extra cost to me, because he knew I get nervous about any surgery and he wanted my mind to be at ease.
Anyway, it was determined that it was probably fat necrosis, but a battery of tests including a CAT Scan were done to be certain. I spent an additional two days in the hospital and then the doctor put me up for free by his clinic for two weeks to monitor me closely. Dr. Pichet charged me nothing for all this extra service. He probably made very little if anything from my surgery. Does this really sound like a man with evil intent?
Dr. Pichet has the least expensive prices. Why? One day he told me over lunch that his price is lower so he can relieve the suffering of TS women that could otherwise not afford it. You see, Dr. Pichet is a true Buddhist, and therefore strives to relieve suffering in others. Those posts from Dr. Pichetís patients damaged his reputation, and they also may have derailed the dreams of full womanhood for TS women who may have been frightened away. I know Dr. Pichet well enough to know a retraction would easily gain his complete forgiveness. Itís his Buddhist way, you see. Personally his Gandhi nature drives me nuts, but he's a better person than me.
Thank you for posting this letter. It is a matter of fairness. Incidentally, Dr. Pichet has numerous other testimonials to his fine work on his web site.
T. wrote to me as follows:
July 12, 2003
I have used your site for information on doctors, and I'm sure many others do too. One word from you can make or break someone's career. I am afraid that, in Dr. Pichet's case, that one word is damaging a very competent doctor's reputation.
On June 20, 2003, I was his patient for four procedures: SRS, bowel resection, breast enlargement, and lip augmentation. I am extremely happy with the results. I couldn't have wished for a better outcome. I speak from a point of view that may color my view or add credence to it: I am the daughter of a doctor. And after a month in Dr. Pichet's company, I have come to realize that he is as dedicated, caring, competent, and qualified as any doctor I have ever met, including my daddy.
I can't deny that the picture you posted is shocking and downright scary. Was this under the control of the doctor? Perhaps. But you know as well as anyone that doctors are human. Sometimes the fault lies in their being human, and sometimes it lies elsewhere. Did these two dissatisfied girls smoke against doctor's orders? Are they overweight? These are risk factors under their control not the doctor's. Did they follow the doctor's orders? In Dr. Pichet's eyes, none of these questions matters. He wants to fix anything that is causing the patient to be unhappy.
Medicine is considered an art; you have to know this. The care I received in Thailand was superior to any I have received in the States. What American doctor do you know who would to personally follow up all events on a daily basis for a month, and what surgeon in America would ever offer a guarantee, regardless of where the fault might lie?
Dr. Pichet is unfairly being painted as greedy and incompetent. It seems unfair to me that the voice of the few can carry so much weight. A few people who just happened to be at Dr. Pichetís clinic at the same time have banded together to punish Dr. Pichet. Dr. Pichet is personally invested in all his patients, and this hurts him deeply. I have seen the pain in his eyes. Would a greedy, incompetent person care like this? I don't believe so.
I want to relate a little more of my own experience. I arrived in Thailand smoking. To top that off, I had a severe case of bronchitis. Before Dr. Pichet would operate, he wanted to be sure that I was a viable candidate for surgery. At his cost, he had a pulmonologist and another doctor check on me. They took x- rays and blood tests and breathing tests and prescribed breathing treatments for me. I spent an extra couple of days in the hospital at his expense. In fact, all this was paid by him. And with each mention of money he would discount it as a necessary part of the process. After the pulmonologist cleared me for surgery and Dr. Pichet was satisfied that I could handle it, he did the four procedures. Now it is one month later, and the end result is marvelous. I am so happy.
I know that for some of us, maybe even many of us, money is of concern in getting surgery. Dr. Pichet does charge less than most, and I believe he is more capable than most. What a bargain. Please don't destroy a good man's career without all the facts. There are hundreds of us in the satisfied silent majority. Please donít let a few dissatisfied patients dissuade anyone from going to Dr. Pichet. He truly cares, and he's a bargain.
Surgery with Dr. Pichet in Bangkok
I arrived in Bangkok just after midnight on October 10, 2002. Smelling the city odors, I flashed back to memories of Vietnam over thirty years ago. I have post-traumatic stress disorder from the Vietnam war, and my therapist suggested that perhaps Bangkok was not the best place for my SRS. But I was 54, and felt that time was running out. Saving enough money for surgery in Canada or the US and then going on a long waiting list would have postponed my surgery to after age 60. I had the funds for Dr. Pichet in Bangkok, and I decided to face my fears. No one in the Arizona gender community had gone to Dr. Pichet, and I knew little about him. I am not sure if my going was an act of bravery or just of needing to move on with my transition. Whatever, I was once again in Southeast Asia running point.
At 8 AM the morning of my arrival, two of Dr. Pichet's staff members picked me up at my hotel, Wantana Mansion, and I met Dr. Pichet at 9 AM. He and I chatted about my options; I asked tough questions and got honest answers. He made me understand the risks involved. For someone who has trust issues, I found myself taking a leap of faith with Dr. Pichet. By noon I was in the OR, going under for the surgery.
I had neglected to tell Dr. Pichet about my bad back, a result of 14 years in construction and maintenance. I can get intense pain if I lay on my back too long. Waking up in the hospital room in the middle of night after coming out of anesthesia, I was a bit out of my head and had severe back pain. I could not speak Thai, and could not communicate my back pain to the nurses. It was a very long night. I explained my back pain to Dr. Pichet the next morning, and he quickly gave me an injection that eased the pain. From that point on I had a pleasant hospital recovery, with caring and very professional staff.
And I was never alone. Nit, Dr. Pichet's personal secretary, was there in the hospital room with me the entire three days. Her presence was most appreciated and unexpected. We had some wonderful chats. She is a neat lady and I do miss her.
The fourth day I was back in my hotel room. I could have stayed in Dr. Pichet's clinic the entire time, but I had paid my hotel bill up front and the hotel would not give me a refund. Dr. Pichet made up for the error and provided me with plenty of food and beverages, reducing my expenses in the hotel. Dr. Pichet saw me daily. One night I had a bad panic attack--nothing to do with the surgery--and I called Dr. Pichet in the middle of the night. He gladly attended to my needs.
I always had the option of spending my days at the clinic, which I often did. Next door to the clinic is Tesco, an English-based grocery. I got fresh fruit, peanut butter, whole wheat bread, cheese, hard rolls, and tuna fish sandwiches. I found Thai food too sweet or too hot, and I got the runs from the local chow. I spent a good part of my time in Bangkok chasing down American-type food. The clinic has assorted delivery menus, from KFC to pizzas. When Dr. Pichetís staff found out the type of food I wanted, they went out of their way to get it for me.
I also ventured out on my own to the big hotels for cheeseburgers and lamb stew, and at the Grand Hotel I had a wonderful rib-eye steak. Dr. Pichet showed much concern for my safety, and he preferred that I use cabs and drivers he knew personally. Still, I often went out on my own in any old cab, and Dr. Pichet politely let me know that this was not a smart thing to do. Besides, he preferred that I move around as little as possible during the first few days after surgery.
I made friends with the resident British living at the Wantana Mansion, and there was never a lack of companionship or conversation. The hotel itself was cheap, and I could have used a little softer bed, but it only ran me about $10 a day American.
While in Bankok, I learned that Dr. Pichet owned his clinic, which accounted for his lower surgery prices. He had patients coming in from Korea, Europe, Japan, and the USA while I was there. He does at least one SRS operation a week.
In spite of my refusal to stay put, I recovered nicely. When I left Bangkok on October 28, I was really just beginning to enjoy the city, and then I had to leave. Once home, I did focus on taking good care of myself. I received detailed instructions for care from Dr. Pichet, and my healing has been excellent. Those who have seen the results of my surgery have all given it good reviews, and it pleases me to stand before the mirror. I am at peace, and I am indebted to Dr. Pichet's medical and surgical skill.
To sum it up, I offer the following advice to new prospective patients:
1. Tell Dr. Pichet your needs. If I had mentioned my back problem earlier, some discomfort could have been avoided. Communicate.
2. Bring a companion with you.
3. If you choose to stay in a hotel, spend a little more money for comfort.
4. There is a British market next to the clinic.
I have felt I was a female since I was about 12 years old. Now at 54 and retired, I am going to act on that long time feeling and Dream.
. I was living for about 35 years as a closset , so to speak, cross dresser and a woman want to be. I was married 16 of those years. Had two children, but they both died.
My journey starts about three years ago , lets say Nov. of 2001. living full time as a woman with clothes and make-up,in my house, and venturing out from time to time I started to research the internet. I finally decided , enough stalling, and decided that this year is the year. I settled on Dr. Pichet.for a November 02 2004 SRS surgery ( election day in the USA :-) ). I also contacted Dr. Pichet and communicated with him.
I contacted Dr. Pichet several times and decided to go with him and sent him a $1500. deposit. Dr. Pichet has e-mailed me back many , many times - 7 days a week, at all hours and I have talked to him on the phone a couple of times. He is so nice and loving, and understands English very well. He is a person that will go the extra mile for people. I really feel very confortable with him, and I have contacted several good references both by e-mails and on the phone.
Use Dr. Pichet, He loves US and will go the extra mile for US.
Dr.Pichet and his staff take care of you, 24hours a day-- from the time you get off the plane until the time you get back on the plane---Hotel, travel, food, etc.,etc. ***This is very important, in a foreign country.***
Well, it is now Oct. 16th 2004, and 17 days until my SRS surgery in Bangkok, Thailand.
Tell you more when I get back
It is November 20,2004 and I am back. I have a 6 & 1/2 inch Vagina and a new female nose. It is sooooooooooooo cooooooooooooool Thank You, Thank You --- Dr. Pichet.
**** I started experiencing very GOOD orgasm activity, at about 8- 10 months, for hours at a time; with self stimulation. It is 10 times better and longer then as a male.****
LOL -- Geneva Lynn Coleman --firstname.lastname@example.org
While I was there, I saw and talked to other Dr. Pichet's patients that had--
SRS --sex change --4 of us, all look good, and all Happy.
Tummpy tucks --two of them both look good, and both Happy
Eye lid and brow lifts -- two of them and both look good, and Happy
Neck lifts-- one -she looked good, and Happy
Nose surgery -- two of us --we both looked good, and both Happy.
Hair transplant --two of them, and they both looked good, and both Happy
Chin shave-- one -- he looked good and he was happy
Dr. Pichet is very good at all kinds plastic surgery.
Dr.Pichet and his staff take care of you, 24hours a day-- from the time you get off the plane until the time you get back on the plane---Hotel, travel, food, etc.,etc. ***This is very important, in a foreign country.***
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#15Jane Louise Ducidre
The 18th of September seen Pat my wife and I in Lincoln Crown Court for my court case. I had my hand crushed badly 4 and a half years ago and this was my claim for personal injury. Cutting a long story short, I won and received a considerable amount in settlement. Enough in fact to take Pat and I to Thailand for 28 days and for my surgery. It also left us a little comfort fund in the bank on our return home, after all a new wardrobe was calling!
After extensive research via the Internet and other sources of information I selected Dr Pichet of Bangkok to do my surgery. I had read all the testimonials on his web site and after contacting him in person he sent photographs of his work. I was truly taken aback at how convincing the vagina's looked and was even more excited when finding out that they all functioned equally as well. I also selected him to do my breast implants, I'm afraid the ones I had grown on hormones were not suffice.
Dr Pichet recommended a hotel to us (Pat, my wife and I) and also arranged our transport to and from the airport (all free of charge). He also booked the hotel and everything was set.
The next half hour consisted of reading and signing declarations and consent forms. Harry Benjamin is to blame for the 3 rain forests lost in paperwork. I had already faxed and emailed all of my paperwork so a quick signature was all that was needed.
Next in walked the man himself casually dressed in jeans and T-shirt. He said I looked better in person than on my photographs. I had warmed to this man already.
Before we discussed the final parts of surgery he asked to see what was already there. I had opted for a colon cut vaginaplasty. He looked and said he could save me $1000 and get me 5 and a half to 6 inches depth with what I had already, no colon cut necessary. We both decided this was more than enough.
We then went back into the other room where Mao had been entertaining Pat. Her English was very good. The Doctors English was excellent.
We then discussed what size my boobs were going to be. The fixed price I had paid covered up to 350cc implants. After handling the 350cc size both Pat and I new they were not big enough for my frame. We eventually decided on 705cc implants. The Doctor had shown us pictures of 705cc and when I held the implants to my chest they looked in proportion to my frame so 705cc it was.
He then said we were going to be taken to the hospital and that Pat would be staying there, not at the Gold Orchid Hotel as originally planned. We have put a bed alongside yours in the room and it will save you more money that way. He had cancelled the hotel for the first week.
This worked out very well for us as the $1000 I had saved on the colon cut had now been spent on the boobs. This meant no bill and no transport worries for Pat whenever she wanted to visit me in hospital.
On arrival at the hospital I was checked for everything. Yes everything. I didn't realise I was as fit as they said I was. After being taken to our room I was given 6 litre bottles of water to drink with an obnoxious liquid. This was to clear me out. Two hours later there was another 6 litres of water and more of the obnoxious liquid. Well it certainly cleared me out. I finally had time to sit back and take stock of the events. The room was fitted out with an en-suite bathroom, fridge and Sky TV. This would do us perfectly.
Tuesday 28th October at 9.30am I was wheeled down to the theatre. It seemed like there were 30 people in my entourage Pat included. At the theatre doors they all waved to me and shouted good luck Jane and Pat sneaked through and gave me a kiss. That was a lovely kiss to think of while I was going under the anaesthetic.
6.30pm and I woke in my hospital room with Pat alongside holding my hand and what seemed like the same 30 people there all doing there own jobs and checking up on me. In fact they never left me alone, if it wasn't injections for pain or antibiotics, it was blood pressure and temperature and if that didn't wake you up they would come in with trays of food and clean the room.
Saturday 1st November 5 days after my surgery, the Doctor waltzed in and said I was going to my hotel, as I was a most excellent patient. After a shampoo by the hospital hairdresser and a Thai foot massage by a gorgeous looking young lad (both provided as a present from the Doctor) we went to the hotel. Again transported by the Doctor's own chauffer.
The Gold Orchid Hotel Bangkok
The hotel was just amazing. We both rated it as 4star. The cost? ?15 for a double room for the night and breakfast. The drinks at the bar were also cheap ?1.80 for a two-litre jug of Carlsberg and a second two-litre jug free. Pampered does not describe it fully. It was marvellous.
Visited twice a day by the Doctor and his clinic staff I had my packing removed on the Tuesday. On the Friday it was decided I was fit enough to travel to the Doctors clinic for treatment. Once again driven by his chauffer, after treatment he would either take you back to the hotel or shopping in the Plaza.
The Saturday night brought another present from Dr Pichet. He had hired a bus and all his staff and patients were first taken to a riverside restaurant for a beautiful meal and then on to the Grand Temple.
The event being celebrated was Loy Krathong which translated means launch float. This is the festival when a small boat type object is made from a base of banana leaves and adorned with flowers. A candle and also incense sticks are also added. You then take your Krathong to a body of water (pond, river or even hotel swimming pool) light the candle and sticks, say a prayer and then float your Krathong on the surface. The people of Thailand also wear their national dress as we witnessed at the hotel. After the temple we were taken to the river and were each handed a Krathong. We launched them amongst the thousands already there. The river was lit up as far as the eye could see. A very beautiful sight to be remembered.
Other excursions included the Grand Palace, Teakwood Mansion and our favourite Jim Thompson's House. He was responsible for putting Thai silk on the world market. His house is kept open to the public and is absolutely stunning. He made his big brake when the filmmakers of The King and I selected him to make all of the costumes.
Being treated twice a day at the clinic continued. Two weeks after surgery it was time to start dilating. This caused some concern; it was so painful that the Doctor had me back in hospital. The problem? 25 years of smoking. There were pieces of dead skin causing the pain. The Doctor could not remove them in his clinic as it was too painful and he decided it would be better if I were sedated. After scraping away the dead skin all is fine. Don't you ever worry about cost Jane, no matter how many times it takes? I will make you right.
The rest of my treatment went well and my final result is remarkable, not only does it look good, it feels good. Yes I do orgasm.
My final day proved very emotional for all. I had been there for 28 days and all of the clinic staff new both Pat and I personally by now. I remember crying on the shoulder of the Doctor's wife when saying goodbye and then having another go hen giving all the other staff a hug goodbye.
Finally when shaking the Doctors hand he took my hand in both of his and said that he expects my own GP to be slightly scared of any treatment as he doesn't deal with SRS on a daily basis. If I had any future problems whilst it was still healing, just contact him and make my way there and he would sort out the rest.
When initially speaking to him via email, he said if I went to him for surgery, he would treat me as a friend. Well he didn't, he treated us as family and I will always remember him for that. Truly a great man with a big heart.
Thailand, a beautiful place, full of beautiful people. There will always be a part of me there.
Visit my website at: http://www.janeducidre.homestead.com/
Amazing and fabulous SRS with breast enlargement surgery
Hello Dr. Pichet and potential clients:
It is not as if I did not do my research, (as Dr. Pichet can testify) I looked at surgeons all over the world and was in constant contact with Dr. Pichet and many others for 2 solid years before my decision was made to fly to Bangkok. When I met Dr. Pichet face to face, he had every e-mail and letter in which I sent him. Glad he did not have tapes of the calls I made to him at very strange hours of the day and night. His beautiful wife is also so very patient and understanding. (A mental note to all of you that are reading this). I have had the pleasure of being able to pick and chose the surgeons in which I wished to work on me. I understand that many of your work very hard and very long to get to this point in your life where it is time to invest what you sweat for years to achieve. But knowing what I know now, seeing what I can see, and have experienced first hand the skill, determination, drive, professional yet friendly attitude and superb surgical skill of Dr. Pichet, his results, not only with the SRS portion of my surgery, but with the breast augmentation as well, I can easily say is AMAZING and breathtaking. In my opinion ladies, (and this is only mine), Dr. Pichet is the very, very best.
It was a very quick 15 days. Mind you, a great many of you will spend the entire month in Bangkok, so I would really plan on staying the full 30 days. For me, I am a quick healer; I am a pain is weakness kind of women. I am in the belief that the outcome of this surgery not only depends on the surgeon in which you chose, but it greatly depends on the attitude in which you take with you on this mind blowing adventure of starting life brand new. And if you think I am kidding, look at the results when the packing and tape are removed. When you are handed that little red mirror and you look at your new vagina for the very first time, oh the rush of happiness! I was very fortunate to have no bruising or horrible swelling, so when you take your first look, your results will more then likely vary. I can only give you my experience. Your eyes will fill with tears and you will then know that this was the road for you.
When it comes to pain, in my case, the only thing that hurt after surgery was my breasts. I had no pain at all in the SRS Surgical area, until they came to remove the tape and packing. I forgot to advise them that I have a little reaction to the sticky on the tape, so I had some tender areas, but only because of my skin and not the surgery. So make sure the doctor knows everything he needs to know about any types of reactions that you may have. Rest assured the most painful part of the surgery is when the drain is removed from the buttocks area, (it hurt like hell for a sec) but after that, all is wonderful. The other difficult area was getting up to walk after the surgery. It is just hard to motivate yourself to do it, as being in bed is nice, but walking when it is time to walk is extremely important and necessary. If you have to walk and cry, walk and eat, walk and talk on a phone, no matter what, get it done. Just make sure that you listen to everything that is told of you to do. Make sure to following all instructions and never second guess those that are there to help you. They will not lead you down a road to failure, they will take you down the road of success.
To sum it all up, I am so happy to have researched as well as I had to make certain that the most qualified surgeon was going to do my operation and after care, of which Dr. Pichet is the very best I have encountered. He as a surgeon, his wife and staff are without question very courteous, caring, enjoyable and above all professional. Having traveled as much as I have, and having met some of the best plastic surgeons there is out there, Dr. Pichet ranks up there in the top 5. As far as SRS is concerned, there is no other surgeon in my belief that could ever come close to Dr. Pichets results. Dr. Pichet has made me the happiest woman alive today. He can count on me to advise all those that inquire, to contact him if they want the best no matter the procedure. And he is my angel! He has changed my life and given me new direction.
Audra from USA
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