A Breast Explant story

After suddenly experiencing chronic fatigue syndrome, Raynaud’s phenomenon (it causes the blood vessels in the digits (fingers and toes) constrict (narrow), usually in response to cold temperatures and/or emotional stress), and rheumatoid arthritis over a two year period, one breast implantee realized that her mooth silicone orbs were the cause of her problems. Below is her story. The explant surgery discovered fiber like cysts in her chest, plus she tested positive for an antigen which made her more susceptible for allergies to substances like silicone.

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