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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Plastic Surgery is NOT a Joke

Everyone has been asking me to do a post on Plastic Surgery and my breast implants. My implants are quite a story (I've had tons of problems with them), but before I get to a post on them, I'd like to do a post on something you don't see too often, really scary consequences of messing with your body. Rather than glamorizing plastic surgery by just showing my photos with my big beautiful boobs, I want to be honest and real and tell the negatives I've endured because of them.


Everyone knows what a breast implant is. I remember once reading that over 300,000 a women a year in the US alone undergo breast augmentation. That's a lot. I know within my group of friends, not having implants makes you the outsider rather than having them!

Well, I much like hundreds of thousands of other women, got implants at a very young age, 18.  The point of this post is to talk about something very real, and very scary that has happened to me likely as a result of having breast implants.

The past year and a half, I have begun to have joint problems. Particularly in my wrists and hands. The symptoms are sometimes similar to those of a condition called "Rheumetoid Arthritis", only I've been tested for it a million times, and I don't have it!


Notice in the photo above the red nodule over my knuckle. That came out of no where, for no reason. I had to take tons of steroids for it to go away (which had their own negative effects- acne, weight gain, hair growth), and it took months.

That's nothing though, what has been happening to me is quite scary. 5-6 times in the past year and a half, my hands have become frozen. As in, I cannot moved them, they feel rusted and stuck. I've even gone to the ER because of it, twice.


In addition to the freezing, my hands become red, swollen, and very painful. Every episode has been triggered by exercising (any exercise that uses my hands). It's gotten to the point that I just don't exercise (other than spin since it doesn't use my hands and pilates since it's easy on your joints) because I don't want to freeze/swell up.


So what exactly is wrong with me? Medically, nothing. I have seen tons of doctors, each of which have run tons of tests!! None of them can find a single thing medically wrong with me, but clearly something is wrong.

Each month, I submit to tons of blood tests to try and see if anything can be found. Over and over, nothing!


I now see the best doctors in the World at USC under academics, meaning the doctors I see don't actually see patients, rather they're like "House" on TV and only see unknown, different issues to try and figure out what is wrong. At this point, those doctors believe I have a silicone induced immune issue. Silicone? Hmmm...the only silicone in my body is a result of my breast implants.

Let me explain exactly what happens inside of me. My immune system is actually working super duper over-time right now, and they're not sure why. As a result, when I exercise and use my hands too much, my immune system then attacks the joints in my hands thinking there is some sort of a problem, but there isn't.


The doctors believe that this reaction in my immune system is a response of one of two things 1) a slight leak of silicone that may of occurred from my silicone breast implants, or 2) my immune system simply freaking out because there was such a large amount of silicone sitting in my body, even if it wasn't leaking.

Because of this, I removed my silicone gel breast implants in January and replaced them with gummy bear implants. I wanted to take them out completely, but the doctors were worried about the psychological effect that would have on me since I may be left disfigured without them. Therefore we decided to try this first.

Now it's a waiting game. If there was a tiny leak in my former implants, within 2 years my body should purge itself from the silicone and I should be 100% healthy again. If the problem continues, we have to go back to the drawing board, which will include switching my implants again, and possibly even taking them out all together.

The reason I wanted to share this before I do the plastic surgery post is to let women know (particularly young women that look up to glamorized celebrities etc) that plastic surgery is not a joke, and does not always come without consequences. Make sure you really want and need something before you do it. Many times the procedure is irreversible, and may cause consequences much later in life.

xoxo,
Lilly Ghalichi

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  1. Were your previous implants NOT gummy bear implants since they suspect leakage? Did your surgeon consider doing saline implants on you?

    Question about laser: do you still do laser treatments or are you permanently hair-free now where you got laser treatments earlier? I have a problem with dark pigmentation under my armpits after shaving/waxing, probably because of the hair sacks being there. Did you have a problem with this as well? Is this completely gone after the laser treatments?

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    1. My previous implant were silicone gel, gummy bear was not available in the US at the time I got them (years ago). Saline will be the next step if the problems continue, but they figured they would try gummy first since I am so think and saline will ripple. As for laser, I still grow some hair but it's very fine and light. I had a "shadow" look too, laser will cure this!

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    2. I had laser done under my arms and I thought it was going to be permenant but it wasn't. It started growing lighter but I thought laser was going to stop it from growing all together:( Do you go in for touchups or do you just shave/wax?? THanks!

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    3. I do go in for touch ups, and if I see any hairs growing I shave them!! I've never tried waxing, it looks too painful lol

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    4. I have a friend that suffers from STILLS. The symptoms sound very similar. You may want to look into it because if it is not your implants and it is STILLS you can atleast save yourself the pain of removing your implants. I hope it is not STILLS and only an issue with a past implant but I just wanted to let you know of my friends experience.

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    5. Lily this was a great post! While I am personally not a fan of plastic surgery for most women (I really do believe we are born with the type of body that suits us), I understand women being unhappy with something and wanting to fix it. I appreciate you being honest so that girls don't think breast surgery is "no big deal." It's SURGERY! And you are putting a foreign object in your body.

      Lastly, I would love to see you "au naturale" one day because you seem like you don't need all that make up and fake boobs to look fantastic!

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  2. Wow. Im so happy you did this post. So many girls just jump the gun and go get implants before reading everything, and not realizing there are things that can go wrong. Not everyone will have something happen, but there is always that chance.

    I truly hope you find relief with your symptoms and can live 100% healthy again and not worry about all the bad stuff that's happening.

    What people didn't tell me about plastic surgery is how hard recovery is, and the little things about having implants. The things that could go wrong.My dr explained stuff to me, but I think I thought like most girls " this wont happen to me" since most girls don't talk about the "bad" stuff.

    In aug 28th I will reach my 1 yr mark with mine. I have a love hate relationship with my implants. I never regained full sensitivity to my breasts. Nipple down im still numb when there is light touching. Or when I spray tan I cant feel the mist on my boob. But I knew going into it, there was a small % that it could happen. I took the risk.

    Thanks for sharing hun! I hope you can feel much better soon!

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    1. Thank you so much!! And, I have a love hate relationship too lol. Hopefully your sensitivity will eventually come back, I'm sure that must feel foreign for you to not be able to feel every inch of your body :(. Thank you for sharing your story!!

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  3. I'm sorry this has happened to you and kudos for talking about the downside of breast implants. I am a tiny girl but proportionate. Like a lot of A-cupers though, I fancied the idea if getting implants when I was about 23. I did a lot of research and emailed with a well known doctor. He advised me against it and said with my size/weight it would look like 2 tennis balls attached to my chest.

    It sounds like you have some sort of implant induced auto immune disorder. This was what convinced me not to get them. I'm very sensitive to medicine and a lot of things and knowing me, my body would probably try to reject the implants thus make me sick. You can get saline but the bag is still silicone so there is still silicone in your body whether or not it leaks. Hopefully your issues resolve themselves and if not you sound like the type that will make the wise choice of choosing your health over vanity. You will still be gorgeous without them. ;)

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    1. You know so much!! You sound just like my doctors lol. I wanted to take them out completely when they told me it may be the problem, but the doctors were worried about my mental health and the psychological effect that would have on me (since I may be deformed and full of scars without, I've had them for 11 years). Because of that, we are trying the least drastic move first. But yes, if it came down to it, these things are GONE. Anyone that's getting the privilege to look at my breasts anyway better not care what they look like! So glad you decided against them, and thank you for your comment :)

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    2. Everyone is talking about the negatives effects of silicone. I agree there is many. However, why Lilly you and all the girls on this post did not chose to go with saline (salt+water) based where is there is leakage its goes through your body and not kept sustained as silicone.
      Iam asking this because Iam interested in Saline implants and had 7 of my girlfriends choose Saline and had no effects so far. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! :)

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  4. Your blog is so interesting to read.I love how you talk about these things! Keep up the good work! I just wanted to ask if you have done any laser hair removal and could maybe post you experiences and opinion about it?(because "real" women are hair free but the of us....). Hope you get well.

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    1. Thank you :) I have done laser hair removal, on my face, bikini and underarms. I LOVE it and it changed my life. I'll do a post on it soon!

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  5. Have you considered taking up Hot Yoga (Bikram) it is so good for detoxifying the body and I think the heat would be so good for your joints.

    The creator of this yoga says that if you go to 30 classes in 30 days you will have a new body and that if you go for 60 days straight you will have a new life.

    I hope your health improves!

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    1. I haven't tried that! Thank you so much for the suggestion, I'll try it and let you know how it goes.

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    2. Salam Lilly jan,

      I just recently started watching the second season and I absolutely love it and I love your hair and lip stick/ lip gloss colour! If you don't mind me asking, is all of your hair natural, if not, how do you get your hair texture to match in with the extensions? Secondly, the most important question as I can't find this anywhere, is your light pink lip shade. It's not a beige/nude colour and it doesn't seem to be Turkish Delight either (unless it is and it's just because of different lip pigmentation?) I think you're beautiful regardless because in my opinion, one must be beautiful naturally to start with to then be even more beautiful with the makeup as it only 'enhances'. :)
      Mamnun misham age javab bedi. :)

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  6. Thanks so much for sharing Lillly! I have sailine and yes it ripples! I want to do gummy bears since they seem to stay lifted! Thanks for posting and always sharing your life with ur fans!!

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    1. You're so welcome, sorry you have ripples, hopefully they're not too bad.

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  7. omg, girl. i sorta quit reading after the stuff about your immune system, 'cos i was like thinking the entire first half of what you wrote, "omg, lupus?" lupus is super hard to test for, too. you should just mention it to your docs and have them start running tests. my mom, btw, has the best outlook on lupus and any auto-immune deficiency ever, "my immune system is soooooo good, that it works extra hard" HAHAHHAHAHAH, i die every time she gives her immune system props and tries to turn the negative into a positive. sorry you have this prob :-( i know how ridiculously hard it is to live a life with an auto-immune deficiency problem. i know you're a relatively fit girl, but my mom had to change a lot of her diets and stuff to accomodate the issues. i dunno, just look into lupus, it's something that is a lot easier to deal with once you figure out you have it. you might be allergic to silicone as a result of the AI. just look into it, eh? can't hurt since you're constantly giving blood work anyway

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    1. They thought Lupus too!! They ran every possible test for it, I don't have it. It's so nice that your mom has such a positive outlook on it! We're dealt the cards we get, so you may as well make the most of it :)

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  8. WOW. I have never heard of such a thing, thank you for sharing and i'm sorry you have to go through that, it sounds really painful. Hopefully the Doctors have nailed it and things will start to improve xx

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    1. Ugh, I had never heard of it either, and neither have any of the doctors lol. I'm a medical mystery! Thank you so much for your sweet comment though :)

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  9. Hey Lilly!

    I always read Jennifer's blog after my friend from out of town came over one day and told me I look exactly like this super pretty girls. Now that we came across your blog as well, I've been told that I'm apparently a cross between you and Jennifer. Loll Just a little weird. But anyways! I love reading your stuff because I have those "skinny girl problems" too and have considered plastic surgery but always felt like no-one tells it like it really is. I really appreciate this post and the one about your skinny secrets. I also loved reading the one about your love life because I can relate to it so much. I wish I can keep a strong smile up like yours though. You and Jen are amazing and such an inspiration! Thanks for being so willing to be so open about true life situations.

    A xo

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    1. You must be super hot then!!! lol, jk. Thank you so much for your sweet comment, send us a photo of yourself sometime so we can see our long lost twin!

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    2. Haha! If I can find a way to do so, I definitely will.

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  10. im glad you got smaller implants, they still look great!are breast implants the only surgery youve done? nothing to your nose or lips? i really want to get my nose & lips done :)

    -AlishaSU from twitter

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    1. I'll do an entire post on everything I have/haven't done, I'll try to do it tonight, if not tomorrow! xoxo

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  11. thank you for sharing the real side of plastic surgery. We all think it is fun and sexy but we don't realize that anyone can deal with issues like this.

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  12. This is a great post, this is such a sensitive topic but it is something that is not taken seriously. I was just turning 18 when I went under the knife and had one surgery with b cup then was not happy because they were rippling. I now have a d cup and I'm only 10 pounds more than you so have a tiny figure. It is uncomfortable and feels pains in certain parts of my chest and sleeping with them is something that i still find uncomfortable. I am ready to go back to a smaller size, my first job was perfect. I had saline done twice, what do you suggest. I have never heard of gumby. What is hard to go to a smaller size? I heard its best to remove them completely to allow you the skin to tighten. How was it, switching to a smaller size?

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    1. Since you have saline, what they can do is poke a small hole in them, drain them, and allow your skin to stretch back for a few weeks before they put your smaller ones in. I had silicone, so they couldn't do that, and it would be too traumatic to of had an entire surgery just to remove them, then re insert them a few weeks later. I ended up fine, my skin stretched back normally. As long as you are fairly young, you should be fine and your skin will stretch back. Gummy is a new implant, it's a hard silicone type material, kind of like a gummy bear. Ask your doctor about them.

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  13. Hi Lilly, I love your blog! You may want to look into colonics -- they purge the body of unwanted toxins and have been known to help people deal with all sorts of issues that seem incurable. It may help! xoxo

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    1. Thank you so much, I've never had one, I'll give it a shot!

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  14. I'm glad I came across your blog Lilly, it's great! Honestly, you and Jen talk about things I can totally relate too. I recently had my boobs done (B to a D, silicone, high profile) and I'm happy with them. I live in a small town in the North/East of the U.S (not too far from NYC) and most girls here don't get boob jobs, let alone take care of themselves. Everyone here is so conservative (i HATE it) and i feel like i belong in Beverly Hills instead of here lol. I traveled to my home country for about a month and had my surgery there without telling any of my friends or peers back in the U.S. (only my boyfriend and family knew) because I knew for a fact people would talk shit. When I got back home, I hid my new boobs for a while because i felt like a fish out of water, I was a girl with big fake tits in a conservative town. I don't want to sound too vain and self-centered but this was a year ago and to this day, my own best friend has never said anything nice about them, she even has told me to HIDE them and not tell anyone i had my boobs done (people still notice them anyway lol). Honestly, she's been such a bitch to me since i got them and keeps telling me that plastic surgery is bad and wrong. I really wish i knew more girls like you to talk to about these things. I'm sorry you've been having these problems with your health, thank you for sharing and I hope things improve. We're all just girls here who want to feel good about themselves and what we do with our bodies is no one's business but our own. I considered going bigger in the future, but just by reading your blog made me think twice about it and taught me a lot. I really admire how health-conscious you are and your very aware of what's good for your body and what's not.
    xoxo

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    1. Thank you for the sweet comment, and fuck all those girls! People don't need to tell you what you should and should not do to YOUR body, it is YOUR BODY! Plastic surgery is a very personal decision, and if enhancing something will make you happy, then it is your prerogative and decision whether or not to do it. Lastly, if you got it, flaunt it! Anyone that tries to oppress something beautiful is just insecure with themselves or jealous.

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  15. Thanks so much for sharing ! you are really so wonderful !!

    memedoll

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    1. lilly youa ppear to be a sensitive person and fullof kindness I hope you truly are

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  16. That's terrifying :-( I'm so sorry you had to go through that! I can't even imagine how shocked and confused I would be.

    Thanks for this informative post, Lilly. Please let us know if you regret it at all.. like if you could go back and re-do everything, would you? What size were you naturally?

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    1. Awww, that you for your sweet comment. I do regret it, and if I could go back in time, I would of never got breast implants. Our health is our most prized quality, and I rather have that than boobs. As for what size I was naturally, I had NO boobs before, literally flat as the wall lol.

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  17. do you get your arm hair lasered?

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    1. No, I have lasered before, but never my arms. I barely have any hair on them, and the little hair I do have I shave.

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  18. Hi Lilly

    I'm a girl from Belgium, and I loooove your blog, you look so beautiful, love your face!

    Do you have botox or other fillers in your face ?

    Greets, Jessie

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    1. Thank you so much Jessie!! I have botoxed in between my eyebrows as I have a small wrinkle there, but that's the only botox I've ever done. I tried fillers before, not for me!

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  19. Awesome post Lilly. I'm sorry about everything that has happened. :-/

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  20. Hi Lilly! I loved your post and I congratulate you for this information is very good for all those young girls who do not think the possible consequences of the surgery and to be well informed beforehand. Greetings from Spain

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    1. Such a sweet comment, thank you!! And, I LOVE SPAIN!!! I saw the most beautiful women on Earth there.

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  21. Your hospital wristband says "Neelufar", so is that your real name and Lilly is a nickname? How come you don't go by Neelufar if that's your first name? It's very unique! Persian name I'm assuming?

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    1. Neelufar is my real name! In the Persian Language it means "A Lilly Flower", how/why I go by Lilly is a really funny story, I'll do a blog post on it tonight!

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  22. I know you said that most of your friends had fake boobs is that why you got them, to fit in?? And do you think women with small boobs or normal sized boobs are unattractive?? Just wondering.

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    1. I was actually the first of my friends to get them (I was SO young), so no I didn't get them to fit in, I got them because I was SO flat lol. I think women with small boobs are so hot!! Big fake baywatch boobs are so early 2000's to me lol.

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  23. So I just commented on like 2 other entries but I really wanted to thank you for this post! I LOVE how frank you are about your boobs (lol), and your life in general! I don't see why more people aren't as open about it - this has been so informative.

    I've been considering implants as of late even though I've thought about them since I was like 14 and realized I'd always be as flat as a board (it runs in my family - everyone is just so tiny!). :( I don't even fill out a 32A and it's just so defeating! I'm obviously freaking out about the size though...you seem to have a pretty tiny chest cavity (is that the right term?) and I've browsed countless doctors/patient photos and most of them seem to actually be pretty average-sized women with smaller-than-average boobs. I'm a way smaller-than-average girl (5'3", about 88 pounds) with zero boobs so it's hard to imagine I'd have results that are even remotely similar to those patients.

    I also hope that things get way better for you and your health improves! You're right in that our health is our most important thing!

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    1. Thank you so much for the sweet comment! And, I was just like you, dreaming of boobs since I was so young. My mom/doctors etc kept telling me they would come, well, they never did lol. I was about 90lbs when I got my boob job, and they do fit in our little chest cavities lol, but make sure you REALLY want it before you do it because for boob-less girls like us it really is an irreversible procedure because our skin will get all stretched out etc, so if we take them out we'll have nothing but loose skin :(

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  24. Considering you come from a very strict Persian household, how did your family support you getting a boob job? I would think at such a young age they would be totally against it, especially getting them so big! Also, were you still a virgin when you got them done? I read in a previous post that your mom wouldn't even let you go on birth control so I'm wondering how they reacted to this?

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    1. Hi Jenny, I was still a virgin when I got my first set of breast implants lol. Kind of sounds funny to even say, but I was. My family didn't support me doing it, my father actually told me not to come home if I did it! After endless crying, I got my mom to understand, she is a woman, so she could relate, and I was SO SO SO flat. Literally flat as the wall!! Her and my father got into a huge fight over it, but she took me anyway. I was so young and selfish then, if I could go back in time I would of never put my parent's through that.

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  25. I'm so glad you and Jennifer are so open about this. I'm super flat, and I really want one but I'm worried about it in the long run (complications, babies, etc). If you were to go back, would you redo it considering how flat you were or you'd rather just stay flat chested?

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    1. If you've done it, may as well be honest! If I could go back, I wouldn't do it again, but that's only because I am having so many health problems. As far as aesthetics go, I love them, but health is wayyyyy more important.

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  26. I had mine done in 2010 and think they look too natural, but then think that if I had them over the muscle I would regret it - you can never win!!!

    Sorry to hear about your complications, I hope they can sort you out!

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    1. Under the muscle and natural looking is the way to go girl!!! If you want them to look fake one day, throw on a push up bra :)

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  27. Very nice post. So glad you are open about it. I will doing mine in August. I am 32C but want a full 32D. I am doing mine because I had a kid and they are not the same after them :(. You information is very helpful and now I am little scare. Do you recommend Saline or Silicone? and which area is best for the incision? I am deciding for Silicone and the areola incision.BTW you look fantastic and love your dark hair.

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    1. Thank you :) And, I totally understand how your breasts change, one of my best friends had a baby recently (two actually!) and even though she had implants, they've changed and are much lower than before. I 100% recommend Saline since I've had all these complications myself. If you do decide to go with silicone, I'd advise you not to use silicone gel, but rather the cohesive silicone (gummy bear). As far as incision, I'd go with the areola incision. It is such a small incision, and they are right there on top so they can get your boobs as perfect as possible. Overall, it is a safe procedure, I am the one out of a million freak lol. Good luck!!

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  28. So glad and proud you have wrote this because no one does really research I done 4 years of research and finally had mine done 6months ago I had silicon CUI range 410cc over the muscle what are your? I basically asked for mine to look like yours do and they are the same as my boobs before just bigger it's pissed me off in a way because it's not what I wanted :( I wanted them higher (because I have low breast) faker and bigger lol.
    Mine are on my blog... If u want to see on blogspot kriztyrosenberg xxxx

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    1. Thank you :) I'm 400cc over the muscle, so technically we are the same lol. I have high profile implants, maybe that's the difference? Or, maybe it's because I had NO breasts to start with lol, so they don't sag? I'll check yours out!

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    2. Hi Lilly!!! I was just wondering what made you choose to get yours over the muscle? Im getting mine in 10 days!!!!!! So excited i can not wait i have wanted them for ever lol and im finally doing it!! i was just wondering why u chose to do your that way as apposed to doing them behind the muscle? im doing my behind the muscle so i can still breast feed in the future. i saw that u said yours are 400cc what size bra are you wearing now? Im just trying to figure out what size ill be! yours look so much bigger then jennifer's and she said hers are 500cc is it because you are so tiny?! love you and love that you give such personal feedback to all your fans <3 we truly appreciate it
      xo Rebecca

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    3. It's the high profile implants that give the appearance of high lift and projection. Many women mistakenly believe going up in CC's will give them the desired look. Most surgeons tend to recommend low to moderate profile implants due to the more commonly desired natural appearance these provide and will often over look high profiles due to lack of experience.

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  29. Hi Lilly!
    So sorry to hear you had to go through all of that, I hope things turn around for you soon and you don't have these worries anymore! I'm about the same body size as you, small B, and am considering getting implants done this summer. After reading this I want to try a saline implant under the muscle through the navel since there would be the least scarring. I am just worried about the recovery process! I'm also scared of any type of surgery and I know it's rare for things to go wrong under the knife but how do you get the courage to go through with it?? I've thought a lot about it and would love to finally get them done but the possibility of complications both during/after surgery seem so scary. Do they feel really heavy after/do you eventually get used to it? Do they restrict you from doing any normal activities like before? Best of luck with everything and a healthy recovery to you <3 xo

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  30. that looks very painful, if I hadn't read the post before looking at the pictures I would've thought it was ganglion cysts.

    I hope you get better soon

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    1. It is very painful when it happens :(, and thank you <3

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  31. Hi, just a fyi. Im dealing with a problem in which i went thru over 36 doctors in five years. Turns out i had mold problem in my house, regular doctors could figure out and it almost cost me my life. Incase you end up not solving your problem, try to find a holistic doctor that is reputable and that does it with meridian testing. Hope you dont need to , but just in case.

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    1. I'm so sorry to hear that you went through that, and I'll definitely look into that!

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  32. Hi Lilly I just came across with your blog and I'm loving it! I live in Houston so if you ever come back we can hag out! Wink!
    I got my boobs done 1 year ago (gummy bear implants) and I love them! Yours look amazing!
    I also wanted to let you know that my husband and I take a product called Immunocal and it helps modulate your immune system, when our Immune system is working more than it should we get whats called "autoimmune diseases" and "Rheumatoid Arthritis" is and autoimmune disease. This product has cytokines controller. Cytokines are the little soldiers in our system that creates inflammation when something is wrong, but excess of cytokines in different areas of our body produces all kinds of "itis" autoimmune diseases such as Rheumatoid Arthritis!
    You can goolge it and see it for yourself. Or I can send all the info you need! It has cure people from cancer, AIDS, Alzheimer's, all kinds of Arthritis, you name it!. This product is the one that Celine Dion' husbands took when he had cancer and he is now healed! :)))
    I really hope this can help you! We take this product so we never get sick and its amazing. :)))

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    1. Wow, I've never heard of that stuff, thank you so much for telling me about it, I'll get some!! And, congrats on your new boobies :):)

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    2. I'm glad I could help! :)) If you want to buy some here is the website!
      Buy the Immunocal Platinum :))

      http://www.immunotec.com/IRL/Public/en/USA/CatSubItems.wcp??&SubID=IMMUNOCALPLATINUMUS&CatID=PRODUCTS&site=jpruelas

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  33. Hi Lilly,
    Few years ago I really really wanted to get breast implants- I am 5´5 and 90 lbs and my chest looks still like it looked when i was 11 years old. FLAT. Even AA cup is big for me.
    But when I was 24, my health problems began- pain in my leg,headache,pain in my eye, freezing...long story short- the diagnose was Multiple Sclerosis. So I decided to NOT going to get implants. I realize that health is big treasure and I will never do anything that would worsen it. I am still flat, but now I know that there are more important things. Dont get me wrong- I still love all pretty things, I love pamper myself, all things fashion,beauty,hair,nail etc.....but when girl read post like yours- something what really happen to real person- it can modify her view in good way and also can help realize the possiblle consequences. I am really sorry for your health problems Lilly. You are lovely person, your blog is one of my favourites. Hope that everything will be ok soon, wishing you all the best <3 :-) Kiki

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    1. I'm so sorry to hear about your MS, but it sounds to me like you are strong and amazing enough to tackle and deal with it! Smart decision on passing on the breast implants, your health is farrrr more important. Just pad them out the outside rather than the inside, it's all the same lol. Good luck with everything!!

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    2. Thank you so much Lilly :-) Kiki

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  34. Hi!
    I was wondering how you got in to see the doctors at USC. I've had horrible nonstop headaches for 3 years and all my test come out fine. Would love to see what they have to say about it.

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  35. Hi Lilly!

    First of all, I wanted to THANK YOU for being so candid and honest about this! I hate how so many girls will deny and lie about having had work done. I personally have had a rhinoplasty done when I was 18 (I am also Persian so you know how it is lol), and I am still "scared" of admitting it to people because of the stigma attached to it. I realize living in LA makes it different, and unfortunately out of the people I know, I am the only one who has done it. Anyway, I really want breast implants but reading your honest posts (and that of Jennifer's as well) I am really considering it from a different perspective. You are so beautiful and I am so glad to see an example of someone who is not afraid to admit to their plastic surgery! maybe one day I will be comfortable enough to admit mine too :) THANK YOU

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  36. Omg I’m reading your blog and I’m experiencing the same thing my wrists have been so weak and i was always very active so this is bizarre to me, I’ve never had issues before but I’m 29 and my breast implants were put in through the nipple I’ve had them since 20 and I’ve had a MRI, so they found no leakage, yet it's freaking me out cause my fingers tend to swell at times and my wrists and arms ache. I only take one medication and I’ve been taking for quite some time. Its adderall only when I have a heavy work load, I’m an art director for a gallery in Miami. So the hours are crazy. But reading this is nuts I thought I was imagining things cause I’ve had so many tests done and nothing is explaining this. Im just worried about my joints cause my love n passion is ballet, its been so hard to dance with all this. I kinda hope it is the breast implants cause I want to take them out soon and replace them. Regardless god bless and if i find anything else out about all these odd symptoms I'll relay it back at chya xox!
    (kasia)

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  37. Dear Lilli

    First of all thanks so much for an amazing blog
    i was wondering if you can tell me what other procedures you have done if any, such as fillers, cheek bone enhancment and nosejob?
    Also if you have had ur lips done? I have been thinking about fillers for a while but not sure if i should have it done through the lip line or the middle of the lips..i dont want to end up looking like a duck ;)
    You r face structure is absolutely stunning!!

    Thanks in advance
    Sarah

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  38. Hi Lilly!
    I am planning on having breast augmentation for the first time in November. How was the pain on your first surgery? Did you go under the muslce? Was it tolerable with pain medication?

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  39. Hi Lilly! I so enjoyed and appreciated this post because for starters, I am a fellow Persian girl from California. Im 16 and a measly A cup, so a boob job (as well as a nose job - damn those Persian genes) is my dream. Everyone tells me it would be a mistake to get plastic surgery, because I would look fake and stuff, but I would honestly be doing it for myself to feel more beautiful. However, thank you for opening my eyes to the possible health risks of these procedures, it makes me realize that its not as easy as it looks! Ill just have to learn to love my smaller chest until I can handle the risk and responsibility. In the meantime, would you reccommend getting a nose job at my age? Its so common among Persian girls, and none of my friends have this problem so they wouldnt understand haha :)

    Mersi!
    Natali from San Diego

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  40. Lilly you are amazing!! Love your blog!! What size of implants were you before 400cc? Thanks

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  41. Lilly do u have before picture when u were 700 cc how did u go so big. Was it all at onces or u had to go small implants than larger implants later. Thank you for sharing your story I have 400 cc and I'm dying to go smaller but I'm scared my skin will stretch. Or it will look funny. I don't know if most people have these problems when
    I lay down they are super far apart and I just hate that.

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  42. Is there anyway to make your breast implant leak or rupture? Long story but I want to know if there is a way to make your breast implant leak or rupture?

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  43. I am so sorry to hear that you have had serious rheumatoid health issues with your surgical procedures Lilly. I hope Allah protects you and keeps you in good health. I pray that you never have to go through another health scare like this again!

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  44. Please share your new plastic surgeons name!!! I need to get a revision with my current silicone memory gel implants.

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  45. Did you ever do any plastic surgery on your face? ur gorg btw (:

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  46. Lilly u are sexy as Hell and I wanna meet/marry u. Let's arrange that. meeting first marry later:)

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  47. what size are your implants? how many cc's

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  48. I Found this blog post bc I googled symptoms I have been having......I have the same red puffy knuckle and horrible wrist pain that gets worse at night. FYI I don't have implants. So frustrating :(

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  49. I pray for a speedy recovery and that your doctors will be able to discover, for certain, the root cause of the problem and you'll have closure in the near future. Thanks for sharing your story. I wish you the very best of health.

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  50. It is wonderful that you are so honest about this matter. It seems like an autoimmune response. I hope other young girls will read this blog and be very careful about what they do to their bodies. I wish you the best and hope this will resolve.

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  51. The post is saying that plastic surgery is not a joke. Good post

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  52. How tall are you?

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  53. Plastic surgery is not joke. The post is giving details about it

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  54. Lilly, I have read about your health issues and I have been suffering from the same symptoms for eleven years, and I'm only 28! I have seen numerous doctors all over Texas and am currently seeing an Endocrinologist here in Houston, who seems to be as puzzled as all the other doctors. I've been diagnosed as a medical mystery and I'm watching my life fall apart. My daughter, who is five, needs her Mommy and I need her. What's so bizarre, is that knot you developed on your wrist, is something I have experienced off and on, usually during menstrual cycles. My sister and mother have a history of the same knot. I have been tested for Lupus, Pheochromocytoma, Fibromyalgia, Depression, Anxiety, Unspecified hypertension, and many other issues, yet no resolution or conclusion. I feel like I've lost so much of my life due to this Undiagnose d problem and don't want to lose anymore and definitely don't want to miss another second of my daughter's life. If you have any advice, I'd be blessed to hear anything. No one deserves to not know what's happening with their body, it's scary! Prayers are going out to you and Faith is the only thing we have. XOXO

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  55. Whats their size now?

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  56. Sorry that you and other beautiful ladies need to go through such pain.
    I was never into following any kind of trend, therefore, I don't relate. I do appreciate
    that you are expressing what are enduring. When are you going to express this in the Shahs of Sunset.
    I think more viewers will appreciate that more rather than seeing two beautiful ladies fight. You are seen as a bad bully to a fat girl (Mercedes) in that show and Im sure you are not that..I think if you redirect that negative attention into what you are expressing in this blog, you will get positive feedback and ratings. I think it will help your healing too if you show the beautiful brave heart that you are...

    Best Celi

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  57. Beautiful outside and inside....

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  59. It is rightly said that plastic surgery is not a joke. Useful post

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  60. It has been rightly siad that plastic surgery is not a joke good post

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  61. Lilly,

    I was wondering if the doctors tested you for Lyme disease? It may not be something that is seen a lot where you live, but it's worth being tested. This disease affects your joints among other areas. People are not being tested for this because they don't live in an area where it's known to exist. I think it's just a blood test, if so what can it hurt to be tested. I wish the best for you.

    Linda

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  62. Lilly,

    First off, I am a fellow Texan and I absolutely adore you! You are so beautiful, intelligent, business savvy, and classy.

    I am so sorry to hear about your joint problems. It took a long time to get a proper diagnosis, but I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis 3 years ago, when I was 27 years old. It came on suddenly with frozen hands, wrists,and severe hip and joint pain. I had two small babies and couldn't care for them. I wasn't able to open their baby food jars, change their diapers, or even hold them for very long because it was just too painful. My husband was having to stay home to get me dressed and care for our kids. It was so hard, emotionally and physically. If that wasn't enough, my hair started to fall out by the handfuls from the medications and I was severely depressed. Thankfully, my health has improved and I no longer have to take Methotrexate, but my hair just refuses to grow back. I logged on to your blog to see if you'd posted about your hair extensions because I was suffering from major hair envy! I feel so unattractive due to my thinning hair. Thank you so much for sharing this post and the post about your hair. I hope you get a proper diagnosis and start to feel better soon. You always look so beautiful and have a smile on your face. I admire your strength.

    P.S. I drink two cups of Almond milk mixed with a nutritional shake mix every day and it has allowed me to come off of my meds and reduced my inflammation levels hugely! It's amazing what a change in diet can do!

    <3 Amy

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  63. you are a very honest and nice person... It was nice to seeing you on Shahs of Sunset... you are an ultimate beauty with or without silicons...!!! omidvaram hamishe salem va movafagh bashi...!

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  64. I feel your pain. Not sure if my problem is worse than yours, think it's mine. I'm 29 years old and my hair is thinning, especially on the crown of my head and I'm female. I wear clip in extensions to make it fuller, but it obviously doesn't help the top of my head. I've become obsessed with trying to find out what is wrong with me. I'm not stressed and I've been to dermatologists and have seen multiple physicians. I take supplements and have tried so many different things. NO ONE can give me answers and it's frustrating because there has to be something causing it.im very concerned about it, as any wom would be. My last resort would be a hair transplant but I would like to leave that as my last option. I feel like I'm on one of those medical mystery shows. I also feel like I'm screaming at the top of my lungs and no one can hear me.

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  65. I appreciate the honesty in this blog. Lilly, is laser hair removal worth it? And are there any side effects afterwards?

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  66. Breast aesthetics, there is a lot I do not know about. There are those from Turkey you recommend Dr. Ali mezdeği. Do you have that information?
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  67. Hi Lilly
    First of all I just want to say I really admire you and look up to you for inspiration. You have the body I want and I just wish I could look as half as good as you do. Your amazing.
    And after reading your blog it really got me think and helped me a lot since I too will be getting implants at the end of March and I have had so many questions and concerns that I just wish I could talk to you in person. Besides being afraid of not getting the right size and what not. I am very excited for this is something I have always wanted and have always had self esteem issues because of it. I have a very small body frame and I am skinny and very small chested. I am a Small A cup and I just want to get the right size. So my question to you is what cup size were you before you went through the surgery at age 18 and what cup size did the implants bump you up to?
    This would be so helpful if you could answer my question since I really like the size you have and we have similar body types I just want to make the right decision.

    Hope to hear from you soon
    XoBelle

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  68. Lilly, very long story short. I have this disease, a silicone induced immune issue. I am a very physically fit person and in 2001 I wanted to perfect my body and had a new implant that was saline but it did have a thicker silicone shell for a more natural look and feel. I loved them. I started getting sick not long after having them. Joint pain, strange skin issues back pain. I saw neurologists, rhumatologists, several dermatologists. I was never diagnosed with anything. I was tested for Lyme, Lupus, Rhumatoid Athritis. Nothing.They found a cyst inside my spinal cord after an MRI and just said that was the source of my pain. I had the implants REMOVED 6 months after the implantation. I know my body and I know this was the only thing it could be after researching "connective tissue diseases" associated with implants. Every doctor I saw denied it could be the implants. Remember, eventhough they were saline, they had a silicone shell. I don't know if this has changed (gummy implants have silicone shell?) I went into a sort of remission, if you will, with only occasional problems, being tired and odd aches and pains, depression. I AM SURE IT IS AN AUTOIMMUNE ISSUE BROUGHT ON BY IMPLANTS. I don't understand how all women who have implants don't have the issue. If I could have kept them I would have, they were beautiful, but not worth my health. Maybe it is the same reason we all have our own DNA profile. Implants affect us in different ways. I also have heard the argument that silicone is used in heart valve replacement, etc. Think of this, those people, obviously already had health issues so when they have problems, doctors can blame what could be silicone sickness on existing issues! Please watch for cysts, it sounds like you have similar issues to me. I felt a lump in my breast a week ago, what do you know, a cyst! I do believe that it doesn't have to be "liquid silicone" to make you sick.I only had a silicone shell and the liquid in them was saline. Good luck to you. I feel so bad for young women today. The pressure to be physically perfect...we have all felt it. I have told my story to countless women...even women who were sick with implants. They ALL refused to believe that was the problem and chose to keep them. I really think they would rather die than part with their implants. I just sort of gave up. Maybe you could be a voice young girls would listen to.

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  70. Thank you for posting Lilly,I have been looking into breast augmentation because I had twin boys and wanted to look and feel beautiful. I have been on the fence with this decision because I know there are consequences for everything. I really appreciate your honesty and realness in this post and hope everything is ok in the end.

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  71. had laser done on my legs and while painful as hell, 5 years so far and no regrowth at all :)

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  72. There are some pretty serious surgeries available. Thanks for sharing.
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  73. Hi Lilly. I had my breasts done a couple of years ago and was not too pleased with the results. Yours however, look amazing. Did you get them in front of the muscle or behind? Also who did your rhinoplasty? You are simply beautiful :)

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  74. I will bookmark your weblog and check again here regularly. I¡¯m quite sure I¡¯ll learn many new stuff right here! Best of luck for the next!

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  75. Hi Lilly
    I held my breath reading this! u actually had me think twice about it since I really wanted to have my boobs done. u really did a great job by revealing your story, I appreciate it.

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  76. Hi! I love the size of your boobs. Would you mind telling me how many cc's you have? Thanks so much!

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  77. Hi! I saw in a previous blog post that you said you have had a rhinoplasty. I was wondering if you could please tell me who the doctor was that did it. I want to get mine done but I still want it to look natural. I'm pretty good about pointing out who has had their nose done and I couldn't even tell until you posted it. Thank you so much and you're amazing!

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  78. Hi I was wondering if you could let me know who did your rhinoplasty. I'm looking into doctors now and I've already seen one but I want my nose to look natural and yours is beautiful. I would really appreciate it.

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  79. My ND told me that any foreign object in the body lowers immunity
    and may cause issues in the body, what they see a lot is women with auto-immune disorders and she said, people generally do not make the connection that implants may be the cause of all sorts of health ailments. She said . Saline salt water is safe it is the outer core is highly questionable. She told me that many dentists are now giving women with implants antibiotics during a regular teeth cleaning. All foreign bodies in the bodies come with risks.

    My crazy story is this I had rhinoplasty and five months later, I had nausea, dizziness shortness of breath, wheezing, weight loss, rash, sinus infection, heart palpatations, brain fog ,
    dry heaves, I just stopped working and driving. I was sure I would just die in my sleep and the nightmare would be over. My awesome husband took me to 2-3 doctors weekly
    and hundreds of tests .... Two years later I had my doctor order a soft tissue MRI.Apparently this top notch
    plastic surgeon that did my rhinoplasty forgot two remove some Ovoid shaped structures in my sinus that were placed there during the surgery. Apparently the hell I was going through was clearly
    allergic reaction to a foreign body
    Honestly, I'm no longer body, beauty obsessed I'm finally over it! I got over it the day my heart was beating 200 beats a minute and my ER doctor friend was called and he told me that I needed to go the ER NOW because they were going to give me shot in my heart that would stop it for 10 seconds and then it would restart and begin to beat normally. That day changed me forever.
    All because of a revision rhinoplasty I really did not need.
    I'm with Angelina, it is so not worth possibly dying or or even being sick one day for,because one day is one day too many for me. My entire view of life was altered by this and I will never ever be the same, I figured out what is important what is not,
    I would never choose to put people I love to ever go through anything like this with me. I missed two years of my life over it. I believe people should do whatever makes them happy but just read the fine print and know the implications

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  80. Do you recommend breast lift?

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  81. Lily it sounds like you have raynaud's phenomenon. it is not a auto immune disease but rather an auto immune syndrome possible a pre-curser to an auto immune disease. this is something that can be tested for. you should see your specialist again. I have had it for as long as I can remember & was diagnosed when I was 12. from the pain in my hands and truly bizarre colors they were turn. exercise cold and stress are all things that can trigger it.

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  82. i am happy you goted smaller implants, they begin to nevertheless smile heavy!really are breast implants your exclusively surgical procedure youve done? nothing at all to the smell and lips? i hope for the nose & lips started.it is possible for you???

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  83. Thanks for the good info. Any surgery is no joke. If anyone is looking for Breast Augmentation in Hawaii you need to talk to the doctors at http://breastimplantcenterofhawaii.com/

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  85. I found your blog doing a Google image search for red swollen knuckles. I could have been looking at my hand. I have also been tested for Rheumatoid with negative results. I hope they figure out, definitively, what is wrong with your hands & wrist. Though I do know mine is not from silicone, unless someone is sneaking it to me in my sleep. Good luck, Jen

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  88. If you are planning to get breast aumentation you will need to make lots of decisions before your appointment. Just a few of those decisions involve choosing the shape and profile of the implant you want. Of course, you also need to decide on the size and type of material to use.

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  89. Hi Lily,
    Most likely it is the implants doing this to you. Gummy bear implants are also not safe. Same with Saline. You should read Dr. Kolb's book "The Naked Truth about Breast Implants" I got sick from SALINE breast implants at the age of 21 and am still trying to regain my health. The truth is the SHELL of these implants are all made of silicone and many women react to that. Silicone has a variety of toxic carcinogenic chemicals and have been all linked to cancer. With my saline implants, I started having symptom within 6 mths. My first symptom was severe insomnia, then bladder infections, then arthritis in my neck, spine, eyepain, headpain, fatigue, brainfog, blurry vision. The symptoms would creep up on me. Upon much research and after many doctor visits, I finally realized it was the implant doing this and followed my gut instinct. The day after my explant, my urine smell went back to normal and I never get bladder infection anymore. This is proof that the saline implants were hurting me. I still have the other symptoms so I researched some more recently and found out that If you don't remove every bit of scar capsule from the implants, women will remain sick. So here I am 5 years later scheduled to get the scar capsules removed. Check out Alyssa's story by googling "Alyssa silicone rally" Saline breast implants stole her health away for many years and her hair was even falling out. She got the implants out and improved partially, but it wasn't till she removed the entire scar capsule that she fully recovered. ...and this was just with saline implants...so sad to say , but NO foreign implant is healthy in a human body. Fat transfer even though it hasn't been studied enough either, is a much better option for a girl. Getting breast implants was the worse decision of my life and I'm paying for it now over ten years later. I hope you research this extensively because this is happening to SOOO many women. Drop by saline support group on yahoo to see all the stories. Thanks for making this honest blog to warn other girls.

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  91. thinking about getting my lips enhanced...have you ever had anything done to yours and if so what was used? Thanks for any advice.

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  92. I have the exact same symptoms but have never had implants. My knuckle look just like yours, I cant exercise because of pain, and the wrist are identical. I wish I knew what was wrong also.

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  93. Lily,
    Thank you so much for sharing your story. I am myself looking into getting a BA, I'm constantly going back and forth with really wanting them so badly and then scaring myself out of the idea because of stories like this and/or any other complications that go along with the surgery like CC, or implant rejection etc..
    I have done my homework such as choosing a double board certified doctor who has done over 4,000 cases, but it still scares the bubbles out of me. I've wanted this forever.. are there any other suggestions you can give me? How was your recovery? Did you experience any complications other than this recent one?
    Thank you!
    -Julia

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  94. I had implants and decided to explant, I can tell you now that with the support of a website i was able to explant and not feel nervous about disfigurement. I read through 100s of reviews and most of the ladies went back to how they looked before BA, pictures are available to view. Few got a lot of scarring because of CC but it takes about a year for your normal breasts to regain back its shape. If anyone feels strongly about taking their implants out, I say go for it to avoid further complications. If you're completely not satisfied with the natural you, you can always go back to re-implanting. I think Lilly should have chosen this, to rule out anything that was going on with her body, and if she felt depressed about it she could have re-implanted at a later time. Now, if anyone is thinking of getting implants just like Lilly says you have to know implants are no joke, they can cause many complications and most of these board certified surgeons make it seem like it is unlikely to have any complications. I was not educated by my surgeon so do your homework and know that you have to have a stronger will to look good then to feel good. I had complications at almost 2 months with CC and bottoming out and for me it was about feeling good rather than looking good. I have shared my story through a website I'm unsure if i can post the website on here so please reply if you would like the link.

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  95. Thanks Lily for sharing. Its true that before going for any breast aumentation its necessary to decide the way and the profile of how it should be. I am also thinking of going for the same. It is definitely gonna help me.

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  97. Hey Lilly joon, sorry this happened to you. Hope all will be better.
    Ive lately been very insecure about my breasts ... no matter what I eat or google, bozorg nemishan! :( Where did you go get your gummy bear implants? Who was your surgeon? I want to go to exactly that person!
    PLEASE HELP! D:

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  98. PLEASE HELP!
    Hey Lilly joon, im soooooo insecure about my breats. I want to get them done! Ive thought about it for years, but I know I want them. Where exactly did you go get your gummy bear implants done AND who exactly was your surgeon? I want to go to that person specifically!
    Btw, I hope your hands are doing better :/

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