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Old 10-02-2016, 04:43 PM
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Well guys, it's not good news for boob men like myself, but the cosmetic aspect is meaningless versus good health. Guys, if your GF or wife is having chronic health issues and has implants, have her look up the BII group on Facebook and consider having them removed WITH the scar tissue encapsulation. 100% of it if possible.

Rashes, digestive issues, fatigue, morning fevers, brain fog, unable to lose weight despite nearly contest-prep diet, etc. Despite being extremely healthy, thousands of women are discovering their implants are causing these problems.

My wife for years has been battling autoimmune disorders. Her gluten intolerance could possibly traced to this, her soy allergy, dairy issues and more. She was just diagnosed with Lupus but the symptoms MIMIC Lupus. She has girlfriends with implants diagnosed with Hashimoto's syndrome.

Why? Several reasons are suspected. The first being a foreign body inside the body. ALL implants have scar tissue encapsulation. One theory is the body is always in a state of inflammation trying to cope with the intrusion.

Besides leaking silicone which is obvious, and a certain breast cancer associated with leaking silicone, the BAG itself, for a saline OR silicone implant, is silicone. And they contain heavy metals and toxins. They are not pure. That is another suspected reason. There are pictures of saline implants with floaters and worse, nearly black with mold. There are deflated silicone implants that have leached out of the implant into the body.

Yes, sadly some of these women don't have much when they are removed, and may not look so great, but health is #1, not vanity.

Guys, I supported my wife 100% in her endeavor, she had them removed on Wednesday, she's recovering nicely and we traveled to see a specific doctor. Some guys are a-holes and are against it. It's not about you, its about her health. A vibrant, healthy, sexual woman is far hotter than a sickly, bigger boobed woman.

So again, if your wife or GF is having health issues, allergic reactions, etc. talk to her about it and support her decision. Good luck.

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Old 10-03-2016, 10:20 AM
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Hope she has a speedy and full recovery!

Best of luck and prayers out to both of you.
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Old 10-03-2016, 08:06 PM
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Thank you, she's doing better every day except yesterday it caught up to her and she slept alot. Her drain readings indicate we can probably go home tomorrow.
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Old 10-17-2016, 05:29 PM
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Update: Wife is doing much better, morning fevers are gone, butterfly rash is gone, far less Lupus symptoms, food sensitivity getting better.

Some recovery struggles, but it's expected. I'm very happy for her.
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