How Do I Convince my Doctor - Englewood, CO

Around 2007 I received my breast implants. I went...

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 armpit, numbness and tingling in the arms, hands, feet.
vision problems, dizziness, shortness of breath, anxiety, severe headaches that rx meds for migraines do not work, extremely itchy scalp in secluded to certain areas, muscle weakness and stiffness, upper and lower back aches, frequent urination, and now my left thumb hurts and is stiff and my right thumb is now starting to have the same issue.
metal taste in my mouth, cognitive impairment, memory loss, going blank, and some depression.

I have done some research and finding many blogs from women with the same issues and some more severe and even death of a loved one. Then after having implants removed they started feeling better. So why hasn't the medical community started to take notice in this. and how do I convince my doctor that these symptoms are from my implants or to at least consider enough to run tests?? where can find information convincing enough to show her?? I cannot afford the explant and need my insurance.
Cannot remember

Did not listen to the patients desires and implanted larger. Did not address concerns of risks to me.

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1 out of 5 stars Answered my questions
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1 out of 5 stars Staff professionalism & courtesy
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