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Breast implants add volume to existing breast tissue to create a fuller chest. Implant options include silicone or saline, rounded or shaped, and textured or smooth. You can read my full post on breast implant illness here. The following is a story written by a dear friend that has been on this journey of healing from this illness. Read about women who recently got insurance coverage to have their cosmetic breast implants removed! Breast Augmentation Karen McDougal Read the story of another.
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You can read my full post on breast implant illness here. The following is a story written by a dear friend that has been on this journey of healing from this illness. Read about women who recently got insurance coverage to have their cosmetic breast implants removed! Breast Augmentation Karen McDougal Read the story of another. Read the stories of real women's experiences getting breast implants. Find women like you or share your own story with us!
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You can read my full post on breast implant illness here. The following is a story written by a dear friend that has been on this journey of healing from this illness. If you or someone you know is dealing with this, have hope! You all have heard the ads by now and you see the ever smiling ladies with ample bosoms enjoying life, usually in a field of gorgeous flowers, or a restaurant with many admirers around. At the young age of 24 I felt I needed to change my appearance. I had many pressures from my agency and the photographers telling me that I would land more jobs if I had larger, firmer breasts…what?

My agency offered to pay for the surgery so I felt it was a good idea to get the implants. I went to an amazing surgeon who transformed me from a size 34B to a 34D in a matter of a few hours. I almost instantly regretting getting this done, but after the two weeks of pain, I started feeling better, and I looked incredible. The surgeon did phenomenal job, my breasts were larger, rounder, full and firm and all of a sudden I had this confidence I lacked prior to the surgery.

Fast forward two months: I had already booked several modeling jobs; a few were taking me to Europe to model in France for a new bikini line. This went on for 4 years, great jobs, great money; I was on top of the world. Fast forward six years: The start of the storm. I started experiencing fatigue, which I suspect had been building since I started with breast implants and progressively became worse year after year.

I was still working out hard, running 5 miles 6 days per week, weight lifting 3 times per week; I was very underweight with a chest that was not proportionate to my body. With each work out I experienced joint pain, extreme fatigue, starting with memory loss and brain fog. I was very nervous and had almost a slight shaking or tremor to my hands when I held them out straight. I was very busy and always on the go. This went on for 3 years, and at the end of the 5 years I was a 92 pound mess, with severe muscle atrophy and could barely get out of bed, let alone work out or work.

Fast forward to 33years old: Having lost weight, including muscle fatigue, having horrific chronic diarrhea, heart palpitations, bulging eyes, and thinning, brittle hair, my mom said it was beyond time to see doctor.

Good call on his part, he saved my life. The lab was the next building over and thankfully it was close because walking sent me into air hunger crisis and extreme exhaustion. I decided to take a week off of work to try and rest as my doctor instructed. I had no idea how serious this was going to be until the results came back and I diagnosed with Graves Disease. My TSH was completely undetectable, they had to dilute the sample three times to get a reading of 0. I started on the anti-thyroid med methimazole and in about two weeks really noticed a difference.

My eyes calmed down significantly, and I started to regain some strength I had lost in my thigh muscles. I was also not out of breath as much. The prognosis for Graves Disease remission was not a good one. The more I researched, the more I linked Graves Disease to diet, I was a huge lover of aspartame and artificial sweeteners, my lifestyle was very fast paced, my diet was all salads, diet soda and diet yogurt. I never once thought the implants could have any effect on my health.

He arched an eyebrow and asked how long ago, and if I had any subtle symptoms after the implants. I had kicked the aspartame habit, included meat in my diet, and started eating all raw fruits and vegetables, with the exception of dark green leafy vegetables as they are high in cadmium, another risk for Graves Disease.

I stayed on the anti-thyroid meds for 3 years, was able to significantly reduce them, but could not seem to get all of the way off of them. I opted for surgery to have my thyroid removed. I also opted a few months later to have the breast implants removed. At this point I was I would love to tell everyone that with the removal of the breast implants I had instant relief, but the recovery has not been easy, or quick.

Today, I am 45 and have been following Kristin for a couple of years, as I also majored in nutrition due to my own illness history, and I can say with her help, my own knowledge, I am feeling so much better.

It took me about two years to finally feel good again after the implant removal, and another 3 years to feel great. I had to tweak thyroid meds, and in the middle of all of this, gave birth to my now 5 year old son. I can say I have great energy to keep up with him! I am not saying that breast implants will definitely give you Graves Disease, or any other disease for that matter, but there are many who have suffered and fell ill after implant surgery.

I think some of us are genetically pre-disposed to be susceptible to these types of diseases, and a particular exposure or surgery is what pulls the trigger. I look forward to reading the book, and discover another piece of the puzzle.

Hi Jody- most of those illnesses would definitely be more common in people with mineral deficiencies more so than genetic tendencies. There is a lot of information out there on this now, and many women are getting their implants out to help themselves heal. I wish you luck on your journey! What type of implants did you have? Saline, Silicone gel, silicone more liquid? Had it ruptured, even a small leak? It was silicone in liquid I think , under the muscle.

No ruptures or leaks detected per 3D mamogram. I am 67 years old and have had silicone implants for almost forty years and have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia for over 35 years. Having breast implants is one of the biggest regrets of my life. Can you tell me how you began the process of finding the right doctor to remove your implants? Can you recommend a place I can go for more information? Thank you for posting your story.

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