- Actress Ashley Tisdale made an Instagram story to celebrate the birthday of having her breast implants removed.
- He had the implants removed after he had stomach problems and food sensitivities.
- Thousands of breast implant patients have reported feeling pain, fatigue and nausea due to the devices.
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Actress and singer Ashley Tisdale of “High School Musical” shared a selfie showing her chest to celebrate the anniversary of having surgically removed her breast implants, People magazine reported. reported.
“I had my breasts removed a year ago, I’m pregnant, and I now have natural breasts. Life is fun,” Tisdale, 35, wrote in the Instagram story she made to commemorate the procedure. In April, she gave birth to her daughter Jupiter, now 2 months old.
Tisdale revealed for the first time its decision to shut down its plants in an August Instagram post. She said she began experiencing food sensitivity and “intestinal problems” after having implants. It did not reveal how long she had breast implants before they were removed in the winter of 2020.
Tisdale’s experience parallels that of an increasing number of people who became ill after obtaining breast implants.
Some breast implants have been linked to a rare cancer
In March 2019, u The FDA held a hearing on the safety of breast implants after officers received hundreds of reports that women with breast implants had developed a rare form of cancer called large cell anaplastic lymphoma associated with the breast implant, or BIA-ALCL, Insider said earlier. In July, Allergan, the manufacturer that produced most of the BIA-ALCL connected implants, he called them back voluntarily.
The hearing sparked a wider conversation about the side effects of breast implants.
For years, some breast implant patients have speculated that the devices could cause a group of symptoms often called “implant disease.” Instances of this mysterious disease, which can cause hair loss, fatigue, nausea, and chronic pain, have been self-reported since there are currently no tests for him, cosmetic surgeon and implant removal specialist Dr. Jae Chun he told Insider earlier.
People tear down their implants due to pain, hair loss and fatigue
Despite unanswered questions about the root cause of these symptoms, people share their symptoms on social media and choosing to shut down their plants for health reasons.
There are more than 250 groups, pages and online communities dedicated to supporting women who have diseases of breast implants, according to a advocacy organization. race list, Insider reported earlier. One group only has more than 96,000 members.
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