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  1. Hey, Did anyone have cereform breast implants inserted at Parkside cosmetic surgery? Has anyone with these implants ended up with ALCL? Does anyone know why Parkside shut down? Just a reminder to women with these implants to be careful and check for signs of ALCL. The implants were recalled in 2014 due to possible contamination during manufacture and are also Textured. These are both large risk factors of ALCL cancer.
  2. I watched A Currrent Affair the other night and saw a story about the high risks of some textured implants causing cancer. I have Natrelle 410 (textured anatomical) implants and apparently this is one of the high risk implants. I have been in a bit of pain with my right side and want to get it checked out. Does anyone else have this type of implant and have concerns about this? I'm really upset because at the time I got my implants (2014), I specifically asked my surgeon for a low risk implant that wouldn't cause me any problems. I paid MORE to get the textured implant because he said it approved by FDA and one of the safest types. I'm quite upset now that this is happening. I would like to see a doctor about this but my original plastic surgeon wasn't very friendly or approachable, so looking for recommendations about who I can see to get this checked out and discuss possible removal/revision (Sydney/Canberra area would be best)? THANK YOU so much for any advice.
  3. I am about 6 Months post op with round textured implants placed under the muscle. I was very flat chested and went for 385cc.. my implants have always sat quite perky as if I was wearing a bra. About 2 week ago I was adjusting my breasts into a bra and they became quite sore, maybe I was a bit too rough. It was a similar pain to post op. Then once the pain went away I noticed my breasts have slightly more movement and feel softer. Even my partner thinks so. I’m not complaining it’s much more natural now but how has this happened? Is this normal?
  4. Hi girls! I'm booked to have my BA in mid Feb next year, however I'm a little concerned with how they will feel post-op. I'm booked with Dr Boonchai, and PIAC don't offer smooth implants which I have heard are more natural feeling. I'm afraid that I will end up with a very firm result as I don't have any breast tissue to cover the implants, even though I'm going under the muscle. I'm barely even a 10AA, and bras are pretty much just used as fillers for my clothing Just wanting to hear from any textured-implant girls that barely had any breast tissue pre-op, or any girls that have had textured implants. How do you find the feel of your boobs and do you feel that they are overly firm?
  5. To ladies who have got either textured implants or the polyurethane coated (furry Brazilian) implants - What swayed you to either side? I realise there is a lower CC rate with the furry implants but there are also lots of websites warning against the carcinogenic risks with polyurethane coating and it absorbing into your body. Do you see there being a big difference (feel/shape/positioning/risk-wise?) or an advantage to either one? I'm more than likely going to go to Thailand to have my BA done and I know PIAC doesn't use Furry Brazilians anymore but I have this feeling that I will have a bigger risk of capsular contracture if I go for textured rather than Furries, but I also don't feel 100% comfortable in the idea of the polyurethane coating potentially being bad for my body. Any thoughts and reasoning is welcome! Thanks ladies
  6. Just doing some boobaling (boob googling) and I don't understand the point of textured implants if they don't reduce the risk of Cc ? So?... I'm confused
  7. Dr. Nond prefers to use Textured implants, although he is known to also use smooth .. I was under the impression that smooth reduce the risk of rippling.. ? But textured are known to reduce the risk of CC (although there have been no conclusive results) HELP LADIES Which one is better?
  8. Hello, I've only just stumbled on this forum today (the day before I have to order my new implants). I had BA in 2010 and got 290 textured tear drop implants via an incision at the breast crease (which was moved to correct tuberous breast deformation). I have had significant problems with implant rotation as it appears my tissue doesn't knit very well. I am now scheduled for a redo BA for April 18 2012 (ie. next Wednesday) and I am having trouble deciding whether to get smooth or textured round implants. My concerns relate mainly to how the implant will feel inside my body. For example, when I was first healing from the tear drop BA, if I lay on my side in bed I could feel the implants sliding across my chest wall toward the mattress (such a weird feeling). Once they knitted and my body healed it now feels just like before the BA and my breast feels whole - not foreign, so when I lay on my side now, the whole breast moves rather than feeling a foreign ball in my chest sliding towards the mattress. My surgeon said that the smooth round implants wont really knit and they'll move a lot more - forever. So I'm worried that if I get smooth, I'll be able to feel them sliding again - that they'll feel foreign rather than part of my breast. There are many benefits to having the smooth implants, particularly given my body's difficulty in knitting, but I want them to feel like they do now (with my tear-drops), like part of my breast, and not foreign. Has anyone had a similar experience or can they tell me how it feels for them with smooth implants? I have to order my implants tomorrow - I wish I had have found this forum sooner
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