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Hi there. 

Ive never had one however knew someone who did. You could see where the rupture was looking at her boob (it was like an indent in the skin almost) and you could also feel where the silicone had moved (but still attached to the implant if that makes sense). Sorry that im not explaining it very well. I think the first thing is to see your gp or surgeon and get a referral for an ultrasound. I'm very lucky in that I was bulk billed for my ultrasound (I was getting pain but luckily everything was ok apart from them finding a lump however my biopsy came back benign). 

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