The patient – named only as Jeanette – got in touch with her family shortly after the multi-op.
It lasted just over three hours and she said everything had gone well.
But shortly after returning to her hotel room, she began to feel dizzy and nauseous and felt pain in her lower legs.
She fell asleep next to her boyfriend, but when he woke up, he was horrified to find her cold and unresponsive.
He then called her family to tell them the devastating news.
She travelled from her native Sweden to Turkey for the procedures.
Her family said she had been moved to a different clinic at the last minute.
They also claimed she was discharged just seven hours after the procedure, despite the fact that she’d paid for 48 hours of aftercare.
Her family was only able to get her body flown back to Sweden seven days after her death.
She was laid to rest in Slättåkra near Halmstad on Friday (24 Nov).
Turkish police are investigating Jeanette’s death, but the findings they have made so far remain under strict confidentiality.
A close relative told Swedish media: “They suspect she had a clot in a lung.
“Given the symptoms she had when she returned to the hotel room.
“But it is still not confirmed.”
Jeanette’s family had tried in vain to talk her out of the ops.
The relative said: “We hope that Jeanette’s story reaches all those girls and women out there who are thinking about doing something similar.
“It sounds terrible to say, but maybe Jeanette can save lives through her death.”