I was MIA for too many reasons to go into but one was my
implant removal. I just wnated to post my experience since
there was a request by Salls41 and there may be more out
there wondering about it.
One thing you should know about me before I start is, I
always believed in natural ailments and foods, natural look,
natural everything. I barely took an aspirin before cancer.
The chemo was very hard on me mentally so I kept pretending
it was liquid hope.. sounds silly but worked for me.
I was so focused on making a decision on my chemo and surgery
choices that I kinda left the reconstruction decision to my
doctors. And they really never gave me the option to not have
it done. So in they went.
But to be honest I had a lot of discomfort. Mainly tightness
in my chest when breathing, especially running and some medical
issues that made me wonder (auto immune system). I just didn't
like the idea of having these things inside me when every day
we discover how toxic certain materials really are. Also it was
hard to sleep for me, since I sleep on my side and they just got
in the way. I would wake up with a very sore chest. I finally
had thought it through and figured out what I am really comfortable
with and that was to my surprise to have them removed. Will I miss
them? Only the fashionista in me... I like deep sexy cuts but I
decided to compensate with great legs and toned arms.. so hey
what you gonna do? These were the cards I was dealt.