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There is no such thing as perfection or flaws. We're perfectly imperfect. @breast_implant_illness is real. #PositiveVibesOnly Main acc: dtom_cinephile

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Purr is another one of the many amazing ladies that I follow on here and on SG. Her newest set is absolutely amazing. If you haven't seen her sets yet then you're really missing out. There are just not enough words to describe how amazing and beautiful she is. She's an absolute goddess as well. 😍😍😍 #WCW #WCE @purr_sg #PurrSuicide Photos / set shot by: @dasha_dida ( top left, top middle, top right, bottom left, and bottom right )

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Kezia is another one of the many amazing ladies of whom should be official already. She has so many amazing sets from not just behind the camera, but in front of it as well. There are just not enough words to describe how amazing and beautiful she is. She's an absolute goddess as well. 😍😍😍 #WCW #WCE @keziabpd #HelpHerTurnPink ( #MakeHerPink @suicidegirls ) Photos / set shot by: @xofelixrae ( top left, top right, bottom left, bottom middle, and bottom right )

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One of the many amazing hopeful / debut sets lately in MR. There are just not enough words to describe how amazing and beautiful she is. She's an absolute goddess as well. 😍😍😍 #WCW #WCE @ivygehenna #HelpHerTurnPink ( #MakeHerPink @suicidegirls ) Photos / set shot by: @tripodski ( top left, top right, bottom left, bottom middle, and bottom right )

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Jacqueline is another one of the many amazing ladies that I follow on here and on SG. She has so many amazing sets, especially her newest one from both her and Fishball. There are just not enough words to describe how amazing and beautiful she is. She's like a real life goddess in human form as well. 😍😍😍 #WCW #WCE @jacqueline.faccio #JacquelineSuicide Photo Credit: @fishball_photographer ( top left, top right, bottom left, bottom middle, and bottom right )

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Narsil is another one of the many amazing ladies of whom should be official already. Three absolutely amazing sets that are each deserving of the FP. There are just not enough words to describe how amazing and beautiful she is. She's an absolute goddess as well . 😍😍😍 #WCW #WCE @narsil.official #HelpHerTurnPink ( #MakeHerPink @suicidegirls ) Photo Credit: @niallpatterson ( top left, top middle, top right, bottom left, and bottom right )

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Post explant update from @my_bii_breastimplantillness - I had symptoms for 8 years. More extreme in 2012 & 2014 and then mostly this year. I feel had I not explanted when I did I would have died and was in fact dying. 🙏🏻 I explanted 3 weeks within finding out about bii. Crystal Hefner, Karen McDougal & Kimberly Holland were my first eye openers. Three playboy playmates who took their implants out because of sickness. I didn’t want to believe it. Why would I want to take out what I had put in for my own confidence?? Why would I just pay thousands of dollars to have them taken out when I paid the same to have them put in?? More and more research is coming out. More and more controversy and betrayal and corruption in the world. What I don’t get is how they could lie to us about the safety.. how they could go home to their families later and look at them .. really see them.. the beauty in a smile, an I love you, holding hands.. how could they ever see beauty like that when they don’t care if we die or get sick? #bii #implants #explantsurgery #explantjourney #breastimplantillness - #regrann

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( Link in my bio [ Please Read & Share ] / Reposting this just in case that you didn't hear about this huge victory ) It's happening! Voices are finally being heard. FDA agrees to meeting / discussion regarding implants and their safety and to talk about BAN on certain or ALL implants. Hopefully ALL! P.S.: They aren't safe. Hundreds of thousands of women estimated to be sick from these toxic poison bags. If you have them and may be feeling ill w/ unexplained symptoms, there's a good chance it could be BII. For that there's also a Facebook support groups like, "Breast Implant Illness and Healing by Nicole," w/ over 52k women helping each other out through this too.

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#Regrann from @sassfitness - My Explant Procedure and Recovery Part III Not only did I remove my implants, but my doctor removed all of the scar tissue that covered the entire front side of my torso. He removed 2.5lbs of scar tissue and the skin to which it adhered itself. My surgeon said that in all the years he has performed tummy tucks, he's never removed as much skin as he had to remove on me. Since I don't have kids nor have I been terribly overweight (I was 128lbs at my heaviest), I didn't have any excess skin to give, so I had to sleep on my back with my legs propped up in a supine seated position for 3 months. For 8 weeks I was so hunched over that I couldn't walk without a walker, and it took 6 weeks before I could stand up vertical long enough to take a picture (see 6-week post-op picture). I spent the first 9 weeks post-op lying on my back with my knees bent for most of my day. I could sit or stand for 10 minutes at a time and then I would have to lie on the floor. Within the first 48 hours, I lost 12lbs (I swear I had to pee every 10 minutes; every time I would fall back to sleep I would have to go back to the bathroom), and six weeks post-op I was down another 10lbs. Today I am 1 year and 5 months post-op yet still recovering. My abdominal area below my belly button is still numb, but my strength is coming back rapidly now. It was about 1 year post-op that I realized all of my pains from my implants were gone and all of my pains from my explant were gone! It was at this point that I was able to start pushing myself in my workouts, and it feels AMAZING!!! For Q&A join @mariakangfitness and I on FB Live tomorrow (Friday) at 12:45 PM PST I’ll reveal EVERYTHING 😳

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#Regrann from @sassfitness - Second Augmentation Part II After my surgery to remove the implants "under" my muscle and to place a new pair "over" the muscle, my surgeon told me I already had a lot of scar tissue. I had lumps under my belly button that I thought was fat, but they turned out to be pockets of fluid trapped by scar tissue. He tried to remove the scar tissue, but he quickly realized it was a bigger problem than he had anticipated and we would have to come up with another game plan at a later time. All along, I had a gut feeling that I did the wrong thing by getting a second pair of implants, but I ignored my instincts, until the final straw…. Four years after my second augmentation, I got a painful, swollen, hot spot under my right breast. It didn't go away with ice packs, so my surgeon prescribed antibiotics for me. A few months later, it came back and I got freaked out; that's when my surgeon and I decided that my body was rejecting the implants and I needed to take them out. Over a 7-year period, these were the symptoms, injuries and surgeries I had due to my implants: First augmentation: Chronic elbow tendonitis Swollen wrists/forearms Loss of grip strength Reoccurring pulled hip flexor Torn hamstring Torn rotator cuff and dislocated shoulder (right) Torn rotator cuff and surgery (left) Second augmentation: Drastic weight gain (25lbs in 3 months) Lumpectomy 2 infections These are only my symptoms of Breast Implant Illness; to learn about more symptoms, click on my profile link☝️

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#Regrann from @sassfitness - My Experience with Breast Implant Illness (This is a three-part post. To get the full story in one read, see the link in my profile😉) I knew my body was "out of whack" almost immediately. Six weeks post-op, I pulled my hip flexor during my first workout; I chalked it up to being out of shape from taking six weeks off, but had my doubts. Then, my elbows started aching and I started having grip problems. It wasn't just that I couldn't hold onto heavy weights, but my forearms would burn from holding onto shopping bags, my purse, my dog on a leash…. I would wake up in the middle of the night with my hands clenched like a claw and my wrists and forearms would be swollen in the morning. My family doctor had tests done on me for rheumatoid arthritis, which came out negative, so he sent me to a sports medicine specialist. By the time I got my appointment to see the specialist, my shoulders were in so much pain I couldn't move my arms. As it turned out, I had a partial shoulder dislocation and a torn rotator cuff. I received a cortisone shot and physical therapy, but by the time I came back for my next check-up, I was limping with a torn hamstring. My doctor appointments went on like this for three years. Six months post-op, I decided to take a year off to work with a team of doctors and therapists to help me get back to my healthy self. During this time, my chiropractor interviewed a plastic surgeon to find out exactly what is entailed with an implant "under the muscle" breast augmentation. With his understanding of this procedure, he explained to me what was going on and why it was happening; I was devastated. In my mind, I couldn't financially justify removing my implants until my next two injuries: after taking a full year off of weight lifting and only doing spin and yoga classes for exercise, I tore my other rotator cuff during my warm-up (jump rope). The second injury was a dislocated rib that made it painful to breathe, with this, I wanted them OUT! My husband tried to talk me out of removing the implants, so I compromised by getting smaller ones OVER the muscle. Little did I know, I was also compromising my health

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Post explant update from @sheaolay - 6 months ago these implants nearly took my life ☠️💔 MRSA type bacteria that crossed into my blood stream into my organs .. then came my burning brain 🧠.. I have never experienced “panic attacks so bad in my life 😭.” OUR lymph nodes are RIGHT beside them 🙈!!!!! They ALL have Silicone casing ! They micro bleed/sweat everyday in our bodies :( *Make SURE to find a skilled surgeon! The capsules have to be removed, or you’ll stay sick :( I’m angry at ALL the lies these surgeons tell US 🤬💰💰!!!!!!!! FDA here comes a huge ARMY of warriors -Sept /2019💪🏻🙌🏻

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#Regrann from @marybethmoon - I got breast implants in May 2013. I had to alter my appearance because I couldn’t love myself the way I was. Society has forced this idea of beauty on us women, we’re told certain things are beautiful, and others aren’t. It’s a lie, there’s so many different types of beautiful, we’re all different with different body types, and they’re all beautiful. Having big breasts or a big butt is not what makes you beautiful or feminine. What makes us beautiful is just being ourselves, and loving ourselves. Even though I hate that I altered my body, I feel like 5 years ago getting those breast implants were what I needed to build my confidence, to leave old relationships, to learn to love myself, they were a part of my self love journey even though I want nothing more than to be rid of them now. They’re making me sick, they’re literally slowly killing me. My body is attacking itself trying to rid it of a foreign substance, much like when you get a splinter in your hand if you leave it there long enough your body will push it out on it’s on. My body is doing that, attacking but of course it can’t push the implants out. Typical daily activities seem like huge mountains for me, my vision is declining, ringing in my ears, my body feels like it’s deteriorating, I can literally feel it happening, depression, anxiety, muscle pain, joint pain, exhaustion, brain fog, memory loss (I literally forget words or what I’m doing almost daily) trouble breathing, heart palpitations, the list of symptoms go on. I’ve posted a video about breast implant illness on my YouTube channel, the link is in my bio. If you’re someone with breast implants or know someone who struggles with illness that has breast implants please share. Much love🙏❤️ - #regrann

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( Link in my bio / Reposting this just in case that you didn't hear about this huge victory ) It's happening! Voices are finally being heard. FDA agrees to meeting / discussion regarding implants and their safety and to talk about BAN on certain or ALL implants. Hopefully ALL! P.S.: They aren't safe. Hundreds of thousands of women estimated to be sick from these toxic poison bags. If you have them and may be feeling ill w/ unexplained symptoms, there's a good chance it could be BII. For that there's also a Facebook support groups like, "Breast Implant Illness and Healing by Nicole," w/ over 52k women helping each other out through this too.

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