A lot of women have breast implant for various reasons, which may be fair and valid. However, there are plenty of risks too! 🤔
📣🔊Listen in as Claire talks about her experiences with women that have undergone breast implants and have become very sick.
Be informed, be aware 👊🤓
🧐 At Cluzie Clinic, we have had MANY clients come in who have had breast implants. About half have had them removed too.
In America, there are class actions happening where it feels like surgeons are taking out more than they are putting in. 😲
When you consider that two thirds of your lymphatic system is from your breasts up, when you play around cutting that area open, the lymphatic system gets annoyed.
When the lymphatic system gets annoyed, instead of being a free-flowing river of fluid, it becomes like mud and is a sludge. This means the toxins stay in your body for longer irritating and impacting you.
With breast implants, sometimes the silicone can leak into the lymphatics as well! What happens is you feel toxic: chronic fatigue, couldn’t get out of bed, just plain sick 🤒
‼️ No medical device is 100% safe. Some of the complications and adverse outcomes of breast implants include:
- additional surgeries, with or without removal of the implant
- changes in nipple and breast sensation
- rupture with deflation of saline-filled implants
- haematoma (e.g. bruising)
- seroma (fluid build-up)
- malposition/ displacement (a breast implant moves out of its intended position)
- ptosis (sagging of the breast)
Consumers should remember that implants are not lifetime devices. Typically, they are removed after 10-15 years. The longer you have breast implants, the more likely it is that complications will occur and you will need to have them removed. There is no guarantee that you will have a satisfactory aesthetic outcome from any reoperation.
“With women, a-third of our lymphatic system are from our boobs up! So if we put a foreign body in, something potentially may go wrong.“
Take some time to really think about it 🤔👊
💡 If you’ve had breast implants and you feel that something’s odd and you’re unwell, seek help and highly consider having them removed.