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Mum can stick magnets to her back after ‘surgeons left metal tool in her years ago’

Mum-of-two Sevgi Sullerli underwent op in 2013 – but couldn’t understand why she kept setting metal detectors off.

A woman is able to stick a magnet to her back after claims surgeons left an implement in her SIX years ago.

She says she’s been left in agony since the op – and attempted to prove it by sticking the magnet to the small of her back. 

Mum-of-two Sevgi Sullerli underwent surgery to repair slipped discs on her lower back at a private hospital in the Denizli province of Turkey, on June 25, 2013.

The operation was designed to put an end to her back pain but instead her symptoms worsened.

 

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