I usually don't do the whole blog thing, but after finding this site and reading, reading...I am thinking support would be nice about now. I've had saline implants for the last 12 years (under muscle) with no issues until recently. A rupture occured on my right one about a year ago from a mammogram and after the initial hideous shock (it was a slow leak that took a... more
Let's see, rewind to 9 years ago. Had a beautiful healthy baby girl, breast fed...and didn't have, or rather at the time I thought I had been left with nothing. Looking back today? I had incredibly beautiful perky supple breasts. However we don't always see that when we are young and impressionable. So what did I do? I got breast implants. And here begins my journey after finding myself, and... more
Around 2007 I received my breast implants. I went from an A to a DD. I had asked for a C. Now I have been experiencing issues that I feel are related to the breast implants. However, my doctor will not even consider running any tests. said if I have a leak the silicone will just absorb and no illness will occur.
I have been experiencing a burning sensation in the breasts going up into my... more
April 2011 I had 325 &350 cc cohesive silicone breast implants put in for my "30th" birthday. I was happy initially because after pregnancy and weight loss, my breasts had gone from C-D initially.... to a flat B. I ended up a very Full C-D with the implants, but after 2-3 months I noticed the left side hardening. Well... I found out I was pregnant a day before I scheduled a in-office... more
Just had my implants removed, the actual removal was 10 minutes on each breast, no anesthesia, and was able to converse with my p.s. the whole time.My husband was in there with me,and felt comfortable the whole time. I immediately felt better; no longer the "elephant" on my chest feeling of weight and pressure. I held the 360cc silicone in my hand b4 I left, just to feel the weight I... more
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