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... I am seriuosly considering having my breast implants removed. ... (5 replies)
... I had mine removed in June, and a full anchor lift. I am still a D without the implants and they look amazing. ... (5 replies)
... Mel52, thank you for responding. You were the one I was thinking about, but I could not remember your name. I am going to research mastoplexy. Mine have not ruptured. I just want them out. I have not had any immune problems besides the ever building scar tissue around the one breast. I am tired of the pain and aggravation of having them. One is definately larger,... (5 replies)

... d and tightened. You will be very pleased with the results. Sometimes the nipples need to be moved up also which will leave a small scar from the bottom of the breast to the nipple. Otherwise, the incision is usually underneath the fold of the breast and not even seen unless you raise your arms. ... (5 replies)
... sing ruptures. The body in fighting a foreign object develops scar tissue around the implants. This encapsulation is what the doctors were breaking because the implants became hard due to the scar tissue. Picture pie crust. That is what it looks like. ... (9 replies)
... Tzu, I have heard of the doctor "cracking" them and that it is very painful. So far, I only have one that has hardened. Everyday, I regret the decision I made to have implants. My DH is willing to pay for them to be redone, but I just want them out. (9 replies)
... Wow .. all these failed boob ops! Well I have a story too. Had saline implants put in in 1981. Within a few months there was hardening and I felt like I had two apples sitting on my chest. ... (9 replies)
... the newer implants are NOT silicone, and when or if they rupture the saline which is used does not harm the body. ... (9 replies)
... I've had implants since 2004. They are silicone. I chose silicone for my own reasons after a great deal of introspection and research. ... (9 replies)
... I have the newer implants that is filled with saline and the outer shell is silicone. ... (9 replies)
... I think your story is interesting and I know of other people who have had similar experineces, however I also think its important to note that the newer implants are NOT silicone, and when or if they rupture the saline which is used does not harm the body. ... (9 replies)
... am one of those who went back. FIrst, I am glad you are asking questions. Keep reading everything you can so you can make a decision. This is my story. I had implants put in 1985. They were beautiful, very natural and were just a heavy B size. ... (9 replies)
... I had a breast augmentation just over 2 years ago. ... (9 replies)
... The average onset of autoimmune disease from silicone implants is 7 years, which is quite close to the time of your symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for your help. I may have some questions for you as time to make a definate decision gets closer. (5 replies)
... I hope you found some information out there. If I can answer anything I will try to the best of my ability. (5 replies)
... breast augmentation was performed in 1997 in conjunction with removing a benign tumor from my breast. ... (0 replies)
... Don't blame u tlhalabama .. they not natural. And what I also find unattractive is when u can see the shape of the prothesis under the skin .. more so on very slim females .. it looks awful .. small natural ones would look way better in my opinion anyway. But I can of course understand why many have it done. There is so much emphasis on breasts these days it's sickening.... (9 replies)
... Yes Breast implant surgery is painful. Don't let anyone tell you that it isn't. ... (28 replies)
Breast Reduction
Apr 23, 2011
... I have had several breast surgeries. Unlike you all, I had little boobs so I had B cup implants put in. They were a perfect size. I am 5'7. I just wanted to be able to go in a store and buy a bathing suit. That surgery recovery took a few weeks to heal. ... (17 replies)

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