4 surgeries later. What went wrong? 42 yrs old 5/4 170 36a got my 1st BA saline. 400cc lft and right 450cc in May 2013 (Photo)
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Rupture is certainly uncommon that frequently
Thanks for your question and the photos. I'm sorry for all your frustrations with the saline implants deflating. I agree that silicone is a far better implant choice for a variety of reasons. I can't give you any good reason that your weight would have dropped so precipitously. I can only question the scale used. It's almost impossible in 3 days so I don't have any good answers for that. Best of Luck!
Deflation of saline breast implants
I am so sorry to hear that you have had multiple deflations. Like your surgeon, I have never had a patient with such frequent and early deflations. If you continue to choose saline implants, it can be helpful for your surgeon to 'overfill' the implants to the manufacturers standards. Saline implants come with a range of fill volume (the number of cc's that a surgeon can use to fill the implant). For example, a 350cc saline implant may be listed as having a nominal (or minimal) volume of 350 with a maximal fill volume of 400cc. Filling the implant to a higher (but still allowed) volume can minimize the infolding of the edge of the implant and keep the implant shell stronger longer. Unhappiness with the saline deflation issue is one reason some women are choosing silicone implants.