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Symptoms Of Illness Due To Breast Implants

BREAST IMPLANT ILLNESS (BII)

 

Breast Implant Illness (BII) has become a global epidemic although most women who are ill are told it is any number of other diseases and often that it is “all in your head”.

 

From Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue syndrome to heart palpitations, lyme,  MS and numerous other diagnosis – women believe they are sick for no discernible reason.

 

Their doctors are often unaware of this devastating and deadly disease because it has been denied and covered up by device manufacturers, plastic surgeons and the FDA.

 

Knowledge is power. If you have breast implants – saline or silicone – we’d like to offer some resources to assist you in making an informed decision about your health.

 

SYMPTOMS OF BII

 

SYMPTOMS OF BREAST IMPLANT ILLNESS

1. Ear ringing

2. Sudden food intolerance and allergies

3. Headaches

4. Slow muscle recovery after activity

5. Heart palpitations, changes in normal heart rate or heart pain

6. Sore and aching joins or shoulders, hips, back-bone, hands and feet

7. Swollen and tender lymph nodes in breast area, under the arm, throat, neck or grouin

8. Bouts of dehydration for no reason

9. Frequent urination

10. Numbness/tingling sensations in upper and lower limbs

11. Cold and discolored limbs, hands or feet

12. General chest discomfort, shortness of breath, pain and/or burning sensation around implant or          underarm

13. Liver and kidney dysfunction

14. Cramping (muscles)

15. Toxic shock symptoms

16. Symptoms of or diagnosis of fibromyalgia

17. Symptoms of or diagnosis of Lyme disease

18. Symptoms of or diagnosis of auto-immune diseases such as: Raynaud’s syndrome, hashimoto’s thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, lupus, sjorgren’s syndrome, nonspecific connective tissue disease, multiple sclerosis

19. Anxiety

20. Depression

21. Panic attacks

22. Mood swings

23. Fatigue

24. Joint Pain

25. Muscle pain

26. Muscle weakness

27. Insomnia

28. Brain fog

29. Difficulty concentrating

30. Memory loss

31. Vertigo

32. Fever/chills

33. Temperature/heat intolerance

34. Sensitivity to light

35. Sensitivity to sound

36. Difficulty swallowing

37. Hair loss

38. Dry skin/hair

39. Slow healing

40. Sinus infections

41. Recurrent illness

42. Candida/yeast infections

43. Visual disturbance

44. Choking feeling

45. Ringing in ears

46. Decreased libido

47. Sharp pains in breast

48. Weight gain (unexplained)

49. Weight loss (unexplained)

50. Swollen/tender lymph nodes

51. Chronic fatigue symptoms

52. Inflammation

53. Heart palpitations

54. Irritable bowel or bladder

55. Shortness of breath

56. Night sweats

 

This list of symptoms has been compiled by women who have experienced Breast Implant Illness (BII) and is intended to serve only as a guide to assist others who may be wondering if their ill health might be caused by their breast implants. ©2017 The Implant Truth Survivors Committee

 

Dr. Susan Kolb on Silicone and Breast Implant Disease

 

MOLD

 

Click here to read about the symptoms of biotoxin illness caused by moldy implants.

 

THE NAKED TRUTH ABOUT BREAST IMPLANTS

 

You can read the condensed version of Dr. Susan Kolb’s book on silicone here.

 

BREAST IMPLANTS:THE TICKING TIME BOMB

 

You can read the popular article Breast Implants: The Ticking Time Bomb in Millions of Woman’s bodies here for more information about both saline filled and silicone filled implants.

 

The Junk Science Behind Breast Implants can be read at Healing Breast Implant Illness here.

 

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