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  1. Hello everyone, I'm scheduled to have my breast implants removed. We decided to get a lift at the same time as explant but unfortunately due to my partner being off work for his own surgery, we can't get finance for the amount needed to explant and lift. At the time of I consulted with a surgeon I was breastfeeding and the second time I was almost finished weaning. So since stopping and having my milk dry up, my breasts have changed again! I just wanted some opinions on whether or not I could get away without lifting? Will they look ok without it? I was a B cup before implants and a DD now with silicone subglandular implants. I'm worried about significant sagging and loose skin especially after having and feeding 3 children since getting the implants. I don't want to have to cancel the date because of painful contracture, these things need to come out.. but I don't want to go ahead and explant only if I'll need to pay and go under for surgery again to lift if I end up looking a mess. Anyway, I would appreciate some input. Thank you!
  2. Hey.... So I've recently connected all the dots to symptoms I've been getting since 1 year after my implant surgery. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced these, and after removing their implants had the symptoms actually stop? Im getting desperate, i want to remove my implants but i started with what i call a boys chest (absolutely nothing) and I'm so scared of the mess i will be left with once they are removed. I guess I'm trying to see if anyone else has experienced the below symptoms and after removal of the implant they have ceased, if not i will consider getting them put back in. Multiple chemical sensitivities and sensitivities to perfume, smoke and other inhalants - headaches, nausea, coughing (hard to breath when around someone wearing perfume/smoking etc Full body loss of sensation Orgasmic dysfunction Muscle inflammation / Muscle Weakness - knees give out, full body muscle exhaustion Joint pain Muscle stiffness - struggle to walk in the mornings, have to hang onto things until muscles warm up Extreme fatigue - constantly exhausted Weakness Anxiety and depression Hair loss - visited hair specialist to have treatments done as hair loss was so great (never got them done due to cost) Memory loss Foggy thinking Night sweats Dizziness when standing up after sitting down for a over 30 mins Tingling in the hands and feet Headaches Abdominal pain Chest pain - sharp pains at various times Other autoimmune disorders, including rheumatoid arthritis and Sjogren’s syndrome, scleroderma, fibromyalgia, and multiple sclerosis - Multiple doctors have checked me for MS due to symptoms but never found anything to confirm the disease.
  3. I'm in SE QLD and have had furry Brazilian Implants (teardrop) since 2011. I went from an tuberous A to a C cup, and am wanting to have them completely removed and a breast lift. A) Has anyone gone through this unique situation? B) can anyone recommend the best surgeon to remove furry implants and do a great lift in Brisbane (happy to hear of great interstate options too thoug). Thank you!
  4. Hi All! I had 250cc tear drop implants done 3 years ago, today I had an ultrasound and my left breast has developed rippling the entire way around the implant, I am meeting with my surgeon next week to discuss what I should do next. My current dilemma is whether to replace my implants or keep them, and let the rippling get worse.... I have never been 100% happy with the size I chose, I wish I went bigger but I'm not sure if I want to go through the pain and expense of it all again! Has any one else been in this situation, if so did you replace your implnts or live with the rippling?
  5. Hi ladies, who has had tear drop implants removed or know of any success stories? I love my boobies, but I want bigger ones now & I am curious of any complications removing tear drops. Haven't yet decided whether I will get tear drop or rounds put back in??? ,,,,,,any one know of any experiences? Would love to hear from anyone xx
  6. I have only had my implants for three months but have to have them removed. My doc Dr Bruce fox wants me to go to his friend Dr William pouw and have implants removed and breast lift under twilight surgery as I'm struggling to get the money together. Has anyone been to him? Help please! Xxxx
  7. Hi All, I am new to this forum but don't know why I haven't stumbled across it earlier. I have had 3 surgeries to date - breast aug being one which is what I have a question regarding. Sooooo.... we all hear the stories from other women or surgeons saying "go as big as you can, girls always wish they had done so after the surgery". Well, I must be the only person I know who wishes they went smaller????? My surgeon is Dr Anoop Rastogi - wonderful surgeon, caring, kind and the man is an artist. The results are fantastic, but I just can't get used to having these big things on my chest, nor the attention they seem to attract when I walk through a mall 350cc High profile, tear drop, under muscle, 6 weeks post breast feeding first child I had the op - yes early but I couldn't wait! Ok, now it has been nearly 2 years since my surgery and I can't find bras that fit which don't make me look like a blow up doll (hehehehehe). I wear sports bras or bralettes to kind of disguise / squish my boobies down. (I must add while I'm doing this my husband to be LOVES them and tells me they aren't even big!!! Men!!). They completely cover my chest and the surgeon said they JUST fit, like perfect, giving me the perfect cleavage covering my chest without the big gap in the middle. So this is where we come to removal. I am getting married in May and plan on having another 2 babies back to back (lord help me!). After I have had the babies, to which I am very frightened of having G-cup boobies during, I want to get my breasts redone. I think it may actually be the projection / high profile that I don't like. I don't want the fullness at the top so am thinking round, med profile, 315/320s will be my next set - this being the set I originally wanted but last minute decided to go bigger GRRRRRRRR! Now as we know the 'fuzzy' implants grip onto our normal tissue to avoid the implants "flipping". So, my question is after my ramble - are they harder to remove. Will they cause more trauma to my chest? Has anyone any experience with these implants???? My next step is a few consultations with Brisbane based plastic surgeons to get their advice but it would be nice to "bang it out" on here first xxxx
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