I did it! 68 year old with 32 year old silicone under the muscle! Gone! Very Happy!

I have at least one implant leaking and probably...

I have at least one implant leaking and probably both. I slipped on the ice and injured myself, allowing for an MRI to see if I had done damage. Yes, for sure I had silicone leaking from the implant into the capsule. Makes sense at this point to allow Dow to pay for me to remain healthy. I cannot say that I have had any problems up until this point but you just never know. I just think that at 69 years of age (in a few months) and having had my silicone implants for 32 years, it makes sense to err on the side of caution.

A few days have gone by since making my decision,...

A few days have gone by since making my decision, meeting and choosing Dr. Darrow, and setting my appointment. I am actually feeling quite calm and good about what I am doing. I actually think that most of it comes from having decided to go with Dr. Darrow as my surgeon. The fact that he was very thorough with his explanation of what to expect, and allowed us to ask any and all questions that we had, was extremely important. He never made me feel that I was taking up too much of his time or that my questions were unimportant. I think he has a good reputation because he has totally earned it.

Best of luck to you and looking forward to hearing how things go for you!
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Thanks for starting your story on RealSelf! What is the Dow situation you're referring to?

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The manufacturer of my implants will help pay to have them removed. They were manufactured by Dow Corning.
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Woke up today a little scared for some reason -...

Woke up today a little scared for some reason - can't put my finger on it really, just kind of down and nervous I guess. Implant removal in just about a month. I think I'm worried about a million little things. Will the anesthesia make me sick? Will I be able to function normally in just a few days? What will my breasts look like? I can't afford a lift, but maybe I really, really should have a lift? After the surgery, is there anything I can do to make the end result better? Does it have to do with wrapping them tightly? Does it have to do with the type of sports bra? I could not find one that zipped up the front, hope hooks in the front are ok? My mind is racing all over the place like a crazy person! My boobs are taking over my life!
Hello BTJM, Looking at your photos and in view of the size and the position of your nipple..i wouldn't be too concerned about the outcome. I am 62 and mine have been in for a long time. When i went to my surgeon i originally wasn't going to have a lift..and frankly didn't care about how they were going to look..but my surgeon charges the same whether it is with or without a lift so i figured ok..since my nipples are a little large and low on my chest ..why not? However i shall have scarring..that's ok too. See how you feel after the surgery..maybe you will consider having a lift in a few months but my feeling is you won't need one.. Can't wait to see the after pics!! Huggzz xx
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Thank you! I can't keep my head going in the same direction two days in a row! I wish my surgeon offered a lift included in the pricing - he's already right there in scrubs with the tools laid out on the tray! LOL The price difference will buy me central air conditioning in the house, which we need. Sounds like a silly trade off but that's the truth.
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Thank you, Anxious! We're probably all a bit anxious prior to surgery....you're only 3 yrs older than I am, and you're right, 'it's time'. Good luck! Birdie said she found a great Fruit of the Loom bra, front closing with hooks, at WalMart. She said it worked great. Maybe your doc will have some ideas on compresssion bras, too.
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Well 19 days to go and I have to say that the...

Well 19 days to go and I have to say that the wonderful women on this site have been my life savers. My husband is absolutely wonderful too about letting me go on and on and on - to a point. And, I can't hear too many times that he will love me no matter what my boobs look like, but, men will never understand our need to absolutely talk something to death as a way of dealing with it. At 68 years old, and having had my breasts look a certain way for 32 of those years, I think I do have a right to some serious obsessing about my upcoming journey! Anyway, I have contacted my doctor's office and Helen (the wonderful contact person) has answered each and every question just as I expected she would. I must be there at 6:45 am for surgery at 7:30 am. No need to bring a bra - they will put one on me to go home in. Five to six days before Dr. Darrow will need to see me unless something concerns me. And, yes wifi available for hubby while he waits for me. Guess I'm all set. I do read that most of us are pleading for the Fluffing Fairy to visit asap but guess that cannot be scheduled! All kidding aside my desire is simply to maintain the good health that I have been blessed with and since I now know that I have at least one ruptured implant, and probably two - it just plain makes sense to get them out of my body. I really have no idea how long the leaking has been going on as I think it's from the age of them and not from fly through the air that I took in February. Anyway, right now it appears that the silicone is contained within the capsule - but no one knows whether it will always stay there or move further. So, out with them!
Hello....love your attitude about the implants and wanting to maintain your health. I must say, from your photos one would not know your age....your skin looks great. I think you are going to have a good result. I'm 56 and have had my implants almost 30 years but My breasts are sitting much lower than yours. I am still on the fence about a lift...my surgery is Frdiay...not too much longer to contemplate on what to do. I don't mind so much how they will look...it's more for comfort...not having them sitting on my belly ;-) I was a 34 C prior to implants and have gained more since menopause....34DD+ with implants. Thanks for sharing your journey...I will be looking for future posts!
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Thank you JWTBM, I'm going to be glued to this site next weekend to hear your wonderful news. (If you feel up to posting) Understandable if you don't, cause I think you are going to be a ways from home for a while, right? Anyway, my good wishes are going to be right there with you. Ah, I understand the sitting lower situation. Last couple of years I know mine have sagged some, as I find myself kind of "unsticking" them from my midriff when I'm in jammies with no bra. Don't know if that makes sense but they get moist and stick to my skin - it's a little thing but I'll be happy if they go back to being small enough that it stops happening. Yay little boobies - what were we thinking?! I totally understand your indecision on the lift. Even though I felt that I didn't want that much more on my credit card, I still kept thinking about it. I guess what really made up my mind is this. I had a hysterectomy in 1998, and my wonderful gynecologist did a superb surgery but somehow the way he opened and closed the "hairline" incision, left me with a little pouch tummy instead of my flat tummy that I had worked hard to maintain. So, if it makes any sense, my vanity took a hit on that one and has relaxed my attitude in some way. What can you do - lol. I do think the lift gives a cute perky look, and other than a little extra healing, why not. Either way, I think you are going to feel so good and be so happy - you have picked a great doctor and can't go wrong. I am going to be thinking of you all week!
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Yes, that is exactly what I mean...they stick to my belly and I'm always picking them up and tucking my pj top under them LOL...I am hoping that I don't have to deal with that after. My PS will let me know what she thinks after my ultrasound mapping the day before surgery. This will tell her exactly the ratio of breast tissue to implant I have and what the surgery will entail giving her a good idea of if I will need a lift or not. I am sooo ready to have this done...this time next week I will be one day post op. I am taking my iPad with me and the hotel has in room wi-fi so I will be able to read and post while I'm in Cleveland. Thanks for sending good wishes...I appreciate it! (((hugs)))
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Well, had my pre-op bloodwork, ekg and exam by my...

Well, had my pre-op bloodwork, ekg and exam by my own physician yesterday and I am fully cleared to go ahead with my explant on the 25th. My doctor is very supportive of my choice as she studied the MRI of the "leaking bag of silicone" and agreed that there was no way it should stay in my body. I have also been in contact with the office of the PS and every concern and question has been answered for me without hesitation. My only problems are the ones that I create in my own head and I try to chase them away and replace them with good thoughts. I told my husband this morning that I have a recurring image of my nipples pointing at my toes! His answer was, we can get that fixed if you want, or better yet, put on a nice bra and a pretty shirt and we go on to more important things in life! Hmmm, kind of a man's view of things I guess - but I liked his attitude! Ok, I'm good to go I think!
Good luck on your surgery day it's only 9 days ..you must be excited. Can't wait to hear how it goes!!! :) Huggzz
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Thank you; you're the best. I really don't know how I would be doing without this support.
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Good luck next week, I can't wait to see some pics! Be patient if you don't love them at first, they seem to get better with time, even though they definitely have better days than others for some reason!? Target has some good soft bras with pads in them for about $15 that I have been living in for the last month, if you're looking!
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Ok, 5 days to go! I feel as though I should be...

Ok, 5 days to go! I feel as though I should be doing something in preparation! I've purchased bras; a compression one from Isavela, a couple of soft cotton comfy ones from Walmart, and my PS sends me home in one of some kind. I have asked questions of the wonderful woman at the PS office and she has answered me. I have had all of my pre op stuff done and had the call from the nurse in Boston. This is kind of the calm before the storm I guess - although I really don't want a storm! Fortunately we have an RV and there is a nice RV Park about 30 min. from my surgery so we are going down the day before and get ourselves set up there. My surgery appt is for 7:30 am and the drive from home can take up to 3 hrs. so this will make more sense. Thankfully Spring type weather finally came so that we can do this - I just have to put things into it from having been stored all winter. Have a feeling it will be in my best interest to buy lots of easy stuff like soups and micro wave meals. My husband is wonderful but he is not a cook - at all. Anyway it will work well to be there for a few days, and I think it gives him a level of comfort just in case anything happened that required the doctors attention right after the surgery. I am looking forward to be on the "other side" with so many of you. This site is such a blessing and I find that I spend more and more time on it as the time draws near; it has some type of calming effect - friends that understand.
You're right, much better idea to be closer. Bring comfy pillows from home so you can rest & watch tv....am sure your hubby will find a local restaurant to bring you outside meals, too! Good luck - June seems like forever but I know it'll be here before I know it....take care!
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I meant on this site. :)
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Best of luck to you this week. I know you'll receive many positive thoughts from all on tho
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Packing and getting ready for the trip tomorrow. ...

Packing and getting ready for the trip tomorrow. A little nervous but I'm sure like all of you (esp you young gals with kids) I am busy, busy trying to do everything now, think of everything now, so that I don't leave too much for my wonderful hubby to do. Know I'll be fine but not as familiar with Boston as I wish I was. I am going to start out way early from where we are staying in Foxboro Thursday morning - can you even imagine if we got caught up in some huge traffic jam and I was late. OMG I don't think I'll think too much about that one LOL!
Good luck tomorrow! Best wishes for a perfect result and recovery!
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Thank you; your good wishes worked!
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Best wishes!! My turn is on Monday. X
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I will post photos tomorrow I promise! This gets...

I will post photos tomorrow I promise! This gets a little hectic, emptying drains, keeping your household running smooth but trying not to do too much along with messaging and talking to close family and friends who really do care. Anyway, my surgery went well, no sickness and a very good result for an old girl! I did not have a lift but I feel that my doctor did an excellent job and fortunately due to menopause I guess, and a 15 lb weight gain over 32 years I do have a good amount of breast tissue. I could do without the extra on my hips but that's another project. I did worry a bit about nausea but I switched to a liquid diet a full day before and of course not even a sip of water after midnight, so maybe that all worked for me. Dr. Darrow did exactly the job he promised me he would do and I am very pleased. I will have more details after next Thursday when I get drains and stitches out but my understanding is that the left implant that was leaking came out nicely in the capsule, while the right one gave him a hard time as it needed a lot of work to separate capsule from tissue. Anyway everyone was very, very nice to me-Dr. Darrow prescribed sufficient meds to keep me comfortable and I have to say I'm a happy camper!
Yea!! Thank goodness it went smoothly and they got those darn things out! You have beautiful skin and I'm sure you'll look lovely!
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Thank you Texan, I appreciate your kind words - really helps me to feel better.
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so glad you're on the road to recovery now! Just take it EZ!!! Rest rest rest!!
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Well I am on day 3 and feel excellent - I...

Well I am on day 3 and feel excellent - I remembered to take 2 of my pain meds last night so I really slept well. Not sure where I got this much breast tissue from but I suppose some of it is swelling. My left side is really larger and hanging down quite a bit more than the right. The left was the one I knew had ruptured so maybe that accounts for the larger size. I'll be happier if they both look like the right but I'm happy already and will take whatever I get, at least the darn silicone is gone! I have to say that I love the compression bra. I know some gals are uncomfortable in them but mine makes me feel kind of secure and pulled together if that makes any sense. I am also glad that I bought the extra one as the one the doctor put on me at surgery got rather "yucky" and needed a wash. Since you are suppose to wash them by hand and let them air dry, a second one was a blessing. I looked up the one he put on me and it is only $38.00. I would highly recommend it if you are shopping for such a thing; it's quite sturdy and has those neat loops for your lovely drain bottles. Anyway girls, this is the way to go - get those implants out of your bodies - you surely don't need them. I am happy, happy, and don't be scared it's all good! Thank you all who went before me and cheered me on - each and every one of you is very special to me.
Yeah!!! :) xx
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Thank you Dancelighter - I'm a happy girl!
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Love the look of that First Choice bra...will check it out. I, too, love the way they feel so comfortable & secure, although you're bigger than I am. Waiting this (now) 50 days to go seems like forever :)
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Four days under my belt, and each day better than...

Four days under my belt, and each day better than the last. I even took a shower for myself this morning, yay! My left boob (the oversized one) is putting out a lot of fluid, so hope it's because it has a desire to look more like the right one!! My young granddaughters are coming to visit me today and their mom told them that I injured myself and had to have a surgery. Actually this explant journey kind of started out that way - glad she didn't open up the topic of implants with them. I know they love me and I DEFINITELY do not want them to think that it is a good thing to do to their body. I will take some pics tomorrow when I am here by myself!

Ok, on day 5, and each day gets better and better!...

Ok, on day 5, and each day gets better and better! I am still emptying drains so obviously I still need them although I would feel almost normal if they could be gone. The compression bra is not so bothersome as the drains and I have no idea how long I will be wearing it. Maybe one of you who went before me could shed some light on that. I am anxious to hear from Dr. Darrow exactly how the surgery went and what I can expect in the way of permanent results (if he can tell me; maybe he can't). I was so "out of it" when he was explaining things to me that day that he might as well have been talking to my schnauzer!
Looking better every day!
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Thank you, I am a happy girl!
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They are definitely evening out!! I think you'll be very pleased once the healing's done and the drains are gone!
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I am on my 6th day after removal and it sounds...

I am on my 6th day after removal and it sounds pretty silly but I swear I feel swishing or gurgling in my left breast. I can almost hear it! Do you think it's possible that air gets into the empty implant pocket or something?? I see my doctor on Thursday so will find out from him (and there is no pain involved). Well I can give everyone a laugh anyway - my breast is talking to me! LOL!
Looking wonderful and definitely less lopsided, beautiful lady!! The "other side" is a wonderful place to be, isn't it?! If only we could have known that years ago, huh?! ;) So happy for you! ((HUGS))
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Thank you Jazz - the "other side" is the most glorious feeling ever!
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Hang tight, you are going to have plenty of different sensations and noises going on in those boobs for a while. As long as you aren't feeling increasing pain or seeing something abnormal, I wouldn't worry. Just sit back and 'enjoy' the ride! lol. Oh, the joys of healing! :-)
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Appointment with Dr. Darrow today and have been...

Appointment with Dr. Darrow today and have been trying to make a list of questions so that I don't leave Boston and wish I had asked this or that. Thinking my drains should come out today but if he says no, then he know best. My surgery was one week ago this morning and I feel awesome! Happy, thinner, and my left boob has stopped talking to me! I just want to drive and do things for myself - my hubby is a doll but he won't let me do ANYTHING until the doctor says I can (so hoping that will happen this afternoon). Don't know if the left is starting to look more like the right or not - I tried to stop looking so often and obsessing. I would not change one thing that I did so why drive myself crazy! To all of you women who went before me - thank you for being brave and posting your thoughts and photos, they all helped. For those of you going after me - march on with your heads held high - you are doing the right thing. I will be posting more info and photos too. I think the photos help others to know what to expect and what not to expect. Of course it would be nice to select pictures of a look that we like and then hope to look just like that. Hmmm does not exactly work that way darn it!
Congrats! You look wonderful! I am happy you are finally implant free!! One week since Explant for me! I do not miss them! Happy Healing!!
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Same to you! What a wonderful feeling!
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Hi there, your story is very much an inspiration to me. I am 77 yrs young this Monday and will be having my 40 yr old saline implants out. No problems with them except sagging and matronly, so I decided to go small and petite with a lift. You shared so much of your feelings and it so helps to know feelings run wild. Thank you so much for sharing your story. Good luck and God Bless. Angelface
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At my one week examination Dr. Darrow said...

At my one week examination Dr. Darrow said everything was excellent and I was pretty much free to resume normal life. I still don't do things that just aren't smart - like lifting anything heavy of course. Just driving and doing my own grocery shopping is so good. I wanted to know if both implants were ruptured and he showed me the pictures. The left side that had taken an impact was actually not as badly ruptured as the right. The right side was pretty much a mess and gave the doctor a challenge. That is the reason I chose him as he had the experience I suspected I needed to get all silicone out. The left came out in one piece; the right did not, but he did remove all silicone and all capsule, just in a less tidy way! I was very pleased that he was very willing to let me see the pictures. It was very important to me for some reason - kind of a closure to the whole issue if that doesn't sound too silly. With that I thanked everyone, hugs, handshakes and do not go back until October unless I sense any kind of problem. The next topic of confusion is bras. I was pleasantly surprised to find that my existing bras fit! Beautifully! Comfortably! No poofy pillow things on top or stuff squishing out the sides! I almost gave them away, never thought they would fit - 34D. Can't wear them now of course as they are underwire - not smart to have them rubbing. My doctor said that I could really wear any bra I wanted to and it might make some sense to wear something soft and loose to let the "hung up" breast try to come down. Not sure right now what I want to do. The compression bras still feel good to me and I'm not convinced that "things" shouldn't be held up in place during the rest of the healing period. I'm still sorting that out. Doesn't that pocket need to stick itself back together, and wouldn't it make sense to have everything held up where you want it to be while it's in the "sticking itself back together stage"? I have tried researching this but there are many theories - would you ladies please comment if you have any thoughts on this. Well that's basically my story - I will continue to hang around here as you have all become my good friends. I posted a lot of pics as I thought they might be helpful to others as I am one of the more senior members of this club. It's all good girls - get those implants out! The discomfort is minor in the scheme of things!
Love this latest post, thank you! I've heard that wearing the compression/sports bras for a while makes you feel better & more secure.....I wear sports bras all the time anyway as they're so comfortable. Good luck and glad you're going to stick around! You'll have to post another pic at your October check up...!!
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I will Verana! I will stay in touch to cheer you on and follow your progress, just as you have been here for me. :-)
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Thank you so much for the update! You've given me hope that I may look okay after my explant on 5/24 (I'm one of the seniors too, 58)! But even if I don't, I still them out!
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Almost 3 wks post op and feeling very good. Just...

Almost 3 wks post op and feeling very good. Just a little soreness now and then but nothing that is intolerable. I will probably not be posting much as it is time to get back to some projects that have really taken a back burner during this journey. Thank you to everyone for your support and kindness. Even if you only posted a quick word at a time when I was anxious or scared, it was appreciated. I'm sure I will be popping in once in a while as you have all become my "breast friends" and I care very much how you are doing. It surely is good to get this chapter behind us!
Wow what a story! I lived in New England for about 10 years and that ice can be treacherous. I once had a bad slip & fall on the ice out there, but I only broke my butt not my implants ;) You look great, and I am so happy you were able to get a successful explant and keep your health on track. Best of wishes for your continued healing!
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Thank you, I guess in a way the fall did me a favor in that it did result in the explant and I'm not sure I would have done it otherwise. Truthfully I believe the age of the implants caused the ruptures - 32 years is way too long.
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I agree with you, BTJM...if mine ruptured in the sidewalk fall I took, that was in 2000, but I never noticed anything wrong....otherwise, I think mine just aged out, 35 years now. That's what the doc thinks....how are you feeling? I'm counting down my 28 days!!
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4 Weeks Post Op!

Cannot believe a month has gone by. I am very happy, soreness is minor, go ahead and do this if you are on the fence and can't make up your mind. The big benefit too is that you will be "smaller" and be able to look the way you want in your clothes!!
You look great and must be thrilled with your results..and you didn't have to have a lift either..beautiful!! xx
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Thank you - we are all so fortunate to have good medical care and good friends on here to get us through. Your photos are gorgeous - happy healing!
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xx00 wise true words!!!
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Exactly 5 weeks post op

Happy as can be! Very little soreness at this point - have actually moved from the compression bras to a Champion zip front sports bra. This bra has helped my incisions heal I believe, as the band does not cut in under the boobs - no rubbing on that tender area - yay! Next move will actually be back in to my own bras as soon as there is NO soreness - not rushing that step though. I have taken another photo but I don't think there has been a lot of change since my last one and probably I will stay about the same, I am thinking. Thank you as always - this group is just the best! Never a mean word to anyone on here; it really restores your faith in people. Many of us (most of us) had these implants put in because we were trying to overcome a "problem" of some kind. How wonderful to come this far, make the decision to stand tall and be ourselves, and then have an entire community of wonderful women here embrace us and hold our hand as we take this walk so that we never feel alone or scared. It doesn't get any better, thank you everyone!
Wow - you look just incredible!
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Thank you Verana - counting the days with you for your turn - it won't be long now - 12 days!
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You look fantastic!
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Warning - Disgusting Photo of 32 yr old Silicone Implants

I had asked my surgeon for this photo and just received it from him. Who would want these left inside their body. Obviously the one on the right was a challenge for him to remove. I am very, very happy with the Explant that he did.
Unbelievable how (big) your boobs look like AFTER the implant! Good for you!!! I'll be tiny, but that's ok....we're all better off, right? :)
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I KNOW! I never had that much up there before - don't know where it came from - LOL - you might not be as tiny as you think. You're right, we don't care as long as the darn things are out. I'm a little saggy but for 68 years old I'm not complaining - poor boobies have been through a lot!
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You're right....no way I will ever look like you, but that's ok! Whatever I get will be fine :)
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Just "love" sports bras since my explant!

I started with the Champion zip front after the compression bra stage and just have to say that I can't find any "regular" bras that compare to the comfort and support. I have now changed to the one in my latest picture that is underwire and gets me away from the flattened look. I ended up with one breast larger than the other and although it does not bother me (I think because the rupture was worse in the right side my PS had to take some tissue to get silicone out) it does make it hard to find a regular bra that fits correctly. The cups on the sports bras are stretchy and snuggly fit both sides, bigger or smaller it does not matter! I was left with a fair amount of breast tissue (not sure where it all came from), so the very light weight little stretchy bras don't give me enough support. Wish they did, I think they are adorable and so feminine! I am on a bit of a search for something a little "sexy" if you know what I mean, however these girls are still kind of in the "jelly" stage and feel best supported. If any of you come across a bra with the support and stretchiness of a sports bra, but something more feminine, please let me know. I can't seem to stop searching the bra department of every store I go into! In the meantime, it's sports bras for me I guess.
Really appreciate your story. I hope that I can post pics as I feel as you do that it helps others who may be questioning the removal. I am 69 and have had implants since '77!! Had an appt yesterday in Dallas and liked the PS very much. He was able to alleviate many of my concerns---says that the surgery is rather straightforward--will do a capsulectomy--I will haveBu drains--but only a few days---all should go well. Honestly, when I had the implants I did not go large---being rather flat chested, I just wanted "some". Think that in the long run, it has paid off as I did not really have any problems until lately when the ultra sound and MRI noted ruptures - both intra and extra capsular. Feels that the capsule that has built up around implant has contained the silicone. I feel confidence that he will remove all.. Hopefully age and the fluff fairy will be kind but have no great hopes.l
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I really believe that you will have excellent results - it all sounds very similar to my situation. You just may have more breast tissue than you expect; I did. I am a bit saggy, but I have found these wonderful Champion sports bras that are comfortable and hold me up where I want to be - I'm really a happy girl! The very best of luck to you!
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Very interested to read your story. I am 65 years old with 30+ year-old implants. I assume they are silcone. one is possibly ruptured. my breasts are different sizes now due to weight gain and gravity. I don't want more implants and really want to have explantation and lift done if I have enough tissue. scheduled an appointment for 9/5 in Chicago. Very anxious on what I will hear.
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5 Months Post Op

Life gets better and better! Absolutely no pain and quite honestly I forget that I ever had implants. My favorite bra is still the Champion 6209 underwire sports bra as pictured in my last photos. It gives me the look that I want under my clothes and I have purchased them in black, beige and white. If anyone is on the fence about whether or not to get their fake bags removed - go for it! We are beautiful the way we are!
Thank you so much for sharing you look fantastic and I hope I can be so fortunate!
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Boston Plastic Surgeon

I did as much research as I possibly could and my husband also went with me to meet Dr. Darrow. I feel that I have the very best Surgeon here in Massachusetts to do my explant. He is very well known and respected, and took time to make me feel comfortable. I appreciated having a good understanding of the process that he would use, and I know that my husband appreciated it as well. He removes the implants "en bloc", which was most important as far as I was concerned. We liked him very, very much. Helen who does all of the contact and scheduling is just a pleasure to talk to; very, very nice and understanding. I have to say that I am really not nervous - it's time. My implants are only 165cc so am hoping that I will look acceptable without a lift, as it is not in the cards for me at the present time.

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