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Saline Implant Removal - Dallas, TX
- updated 1 year ago
- Worth It
- Cost: $4,200
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I have had my saline implants for a little over 10...
- 11 Apr 2012
I have had my saline implants for a little over 10 years. Five year into I developed lupus and it attacked my lungs. I believe implants caused my auto immune attacks. Fast forward 5 years I am now ready to remove them. I have consulted 5 ps and opinions are different. I am scared to go under general anesthesia since I already have a lung desease. Number 2 , there are different opinions on whether I shouldvremove the capsules or not. I have contracture. Very soft. I found one physician who does ivy sedation for removal and capuslectomy. I have been warned that are serious risks of bleeing with total capuslectomy. One ps tried to talk me out of it... Help! I am scared and confused but I am ready to be implant free
My surgery is scheduled for Monday April 23rd. I...
- 16 Apr 2012
Well I did it. My husband drove me to the...
- 23 Apr 2012
Hello my beautiful ladies Today is 4th day after...
- 27 Apr 2012
Today is 4th day after my removal and capsulectomy. The second day was rough as the anesthetia started to wear off. I was extremely sore and in a lot of pain. I was taking pain Meds every 4 hours and sleeping. My hubby and BFF made several trips to wholefoods for healthy nutrition. My loving husnabf fed me and woke me up every 4 hours to take my medication. I am feeling much better today. Thank god! I am down to 1 pain pill every 4 to 6 hours. I called my doctors office, the nurse said the pain is from the capsule removal.
Still I have I have 0 regrets. I would do it all over again! I am happy to be implant free. I keep thinking i cnnot complain, this is all self inflincted. It definately helps to have a supportive husband
Hoping to be back in the swing on things shortly. Stay blessed and strong
I managed to post the before and after pictures...
- 28 Apr 2012
Hello ladies Had my one week post op visit...
- 1 May 2012
Had my one week post op visit yesterday, unfortunately I have fluid in my breasts ( I guess medical term is saroma) the doctor says while it's normal and body tend to absorb it over time, we don't want it to get infected. So I am going back Thursday morning for him to reassess and possibly drain it. I pray my body starts sucking up the fluid like now so he won't have to drain! If anyone has experienced this or has some recommendations on things I can do naturally please let me know.
Thanks ladies. God bless
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Doctor and nurses are awesome. The lady collecting money is a bit abbrassive