What these efforts may be – such as leaflets, black box warnings, or a ban on certain implants – remains to be seen, while women who claim to have contracted breast implants hope for change.
Many plastic surgeons reported on patient satisfaction with breast implants, but agreed that patients have all the latest information should be able to make a decision in the selection process. One surgeon asked the FDA to restrict the sale of breast implants to only board-certified plastic surgeons.
Some patients in the hearing requested that structured surface implants should be withdrawn from the market, mandatory tests for health risks associated with breast implants, and improved communication and informed consent about the risks and benefits of breast implants, such as a warning sign ,
"The surgeon must inform the patient that he is aware of the potential risks and symptoms associated with breast implant disease, so if they experience symptoms that often mimic other autoimmune problems, they are aware of the possibility of that their implants are the cause and that they can heal by removing the implants, "said Diskavets. [19659006InBezugaufdieBesprechung"MeineSorgeistdassdieFDAplastischeChirurgenumKommentarezurSicherheitvonImplantatenbittetMeinesErachtenshabensiezudiesemThemakeinWissen"sagtesie"FürvieleFrauendauertesimDurchschnittfünfbissiebenJahreumeinesystematischeAutoimmunreaktionaufImplantatezuentwickelnBisdahinsindFrauenlangenichtmitihrenChirurgeninKontaktoderwissennichtdassImplantatedieUrsacheseinkönntenHolenSiesichdieseRückmeldung"
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Discavets got their breast implants for cosmetic reasons in 2010, and the first few years went well – until they developed symptoms six years later, including one rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, extreme fatigue, brain fog, drowsiness, allergies, premature ovarian failure and gastrointestinal problems.
"I was exhausted all the time. My body had particularly constant pain on my hips, so much so that I could not sit for more than 15 minutes. My stomach hurt constantly. I became allergic to many foods that I had eaten just a few months before, "she said, seeing doctors, but none of them had a diagnosis for them
Then she saw someone on Facebook about breast implant disease – and the Posten described some of her own health problems.
Diskavets immediately believed that she found answers to why her health was deteriorating, and last year she had her breast implants removed, and within a month the majority of her symptoms had disappeared.
"Many had to struggle for years without knowing that implants This could be the cause, and many heal after the explantation "while the implants are being removed, she said." That's why it's for everyone who Implants have, so important, that they learn about it. So, when they experience the symptoms, they can heal by explanting. "