Breast Cancer Topic: Air travel with silicone prothesis
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Hello, I am thankful for this article. I am a breast cancer survivor and a mastectomy patient, I had my implants almost 3 years ago when I was 46 years old. About a 2 years ago I started having random heart skipped beats and couldn’t figure out why. I got it off and on a couple times. Its 2 years later and I am having skipped beats and the rhythm is not right on a continual basis. Daily I have to stretch and release the implants are tight. they have been that way since day one. I have scar tissue that is tight and always needs massaged. I feel energetic most of the time but the heart issue is becoming more and more prevalent and its disrupting my daily life, I have missed alot of work and I have had multiple trips to doctors offices trying to figure out what is wrong. I have for awhile now thought it might be from implants but then dismiss those thoughts. I have Mentor Silicone smooth round high profile gel 700cc. Are these symptoms you have hear of before? Im in the phase of trying to get to the bottom of these symptoms. Doctors are testing for everything from low vitamins, to hormones to thyroid issues. I hope its not implants because as a mastectomy patient I don’t have any other options and I am too young to walk around breast-less. Also before I had the implants in I was breast-less and not only are my not there but they are about 1/2 inch concave, so even the 700cc Im only a full B cup. Is there some way to determine if this is actually the issue. The other add thing is that when I am out in the heat my breasts sweat profusely and its so embarrassing that it forms 2 sweat marks that look like half moons underneath my breasts on my shirt, so I cannot wear anything except black or white shirts when its hot or I will have those sweat marks. I had a Cliiford lab test done years ago before I had the implants put in and that said I may have a possible silicone sensitivity. The lab person said just keep on eye on it and if you start having symptoms, let someone know, but what symptoms? He didn’t say? So my questions are 1. How can I determine if my symptoms are from the implants? 2. Have you heard of this symptom before? Is that a common one? 3. Is there a detox that I can do in order to avoid removal 3. Do you know of any other implant that is more safe, I could probably do fat grafting but 3 years ago that was not that common so I just don’t want to be without breasts, I did that for 6 months and it was awful. I know the bottom line is that our bodies were not designed to harbour foreign objects with chemicals the thought of having NO breasts just makes me sick at my stomache. The thought of going back to prosthetic boobs just makes me want to throw up, been there done that. Luckily for me my husband doesn’t care at all about it he is just happy Im cancer free! Thank you in advance for your input.
Seahorse Shopping Guide - Breast-forms: 4 entries
one loves the little handfull, others really small and perky, others like it bigger, a lot like it big and some prefer HUUUGE. face, breasts and cleavage and booty will always be what most are looking at at first. those can be defined in many ways and shapes and of course makeup thats being used. i think it goes without saying its the same for crossdressers, transvestites and transgender people as well. most start wearing female clothing, pantyhose and nylons but it does not take very long and most start filling up a bra with nasty stuff like toilet paper or whatnot and soon there is the urge for having real breasts, feeling the sway and wiggle of real female titties on their body and to see sexy curves in their outfits.
silicone breasts and other forms of breast prothesis for crossdresser and transgender people have been around since quite a while. other transformation items like entire torsos or bodies made of latex are getting more and more popular but they cost a fortune, are sometimes a pain in the ass to get into and not so sexy … sweaty-sweat … once on the entire body.
there is a middle way though without spending a fortune and possibly a more sexy feel as well. i am focusing in my on different kinds of
single (in pairs of course) which you can either stick underneath a regular bra or lingerie or put into sewn compartments of . The tight bra has the boobies cling onto the body of the tgirl, tranny, crossdresser and transgender and offers a sexy sway and wiggle with or without a blouse or a sexy top and dress. the only thing that is missing here is when going topless there is visible lingerie … the transgender bra. A economic solution to this is the where silicone straps are glued onto the breast so the transvestite can wear them like a bra. the stretchy range of them is limited though and i do not recommend them for a underbust of more than 100cm. a size and weight of more than 1600g per pair is also not recommended as the titties – like in real life for real women – flow with gravitiy and instead of saggy breast they can start to flip off the male chest when being too heavy.
Then there is my supersexy made of shimmering transparent nylon and which can hold all sizes i am selling in my shop up to 3200g and with some patience even up to 3600grams per pair as you can see them on here.