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HarleyRider

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Re: Polypropylene breast implants
« Reply #30 on: November 20, 2017, 07:27:35 pm »
String implants became illegal before Dr.Johnson retired.
Just too many complications. Chelsea might be the only exception, but otherwise all other patients got them removed. Too bad. Love the look.

Fuck Yes!  The look is awesome.  Love Chelsea, look like two beachballs stuck on her.  Also love how the nipples are lop-sided, adds to the appeal!  Would LOVE to play with them!

I heard some Drs in India, Thailand still do string?

Tara xxxooo

Ddefg

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Re: Polypropylene breast implants
« Reply #31 on: November 20, 2017, 08:22:26 pm »
BB Gunns, Rhiannon, Melonie Charm, even Elizabeth Starr ...
All string implants. All great looking (!) but it doesn’t last.
So, so sad
:(

HarleyRider

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Re: Polypropylene breast implants
« Reply #32 on: November 24, 2017, 07:50:25 pm »
BB Gunns, Rhiannon, Melonie Charm, even Elizabeth Starr ...
All string implants. All great looking (!) but it doesn’t last.
So, so sad
:(

I thought from the research I have done they last?  Was not aware they have a time????
Tara xxxooo

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Re: Polypropylene breast implants
« Reply #33 on: November 25, 2017, 07:34:47 am »
Complications; as per conventional implants, more volume, more interventions does mean more potential problems.

Even with exercise, in time, your back might give out.
Your skin might reach its elastic limit.
Blood flow might thin out over time ... so, tissue necrosis (!)
There’s a wave of MRSA that has happened in many PS clinics & hospitals.
The string might also create a toxic reaction, that can go a variety of ways.

If you’re lucky, none of that happens.

Best choose a surgeon that is available & nearby. (Always good to check his track record too)

bigmac

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Re: Polypropylene breast implants
« Reply #34 on: November 26, 2017, 03:15:57 am »
BB Gunns, Rhiannon, Melonie Charm, even Elizabeth Starr ...
All string implants. All great looking (!) but it doesn’t last.
So, so sad
:(

Rhiannon never had string! 

Lloyd

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Re: Polypropylene breast implants
« Reply #35 on: November 26, 2017, 04:28:13 pm »
From what I remember infection was the most common complication, I believe quite a few patients had this problem.  And it could happen months after the initial surgery.  There was a stripper her in Toronto who got them and she had them for a few months or so before she got deathly ill from an infection in her breasts.  The ended up removing the string implants and later she got more modest sized implants.  At her biggest they were about the same size as SaRenna or Tiffany, maybe slightly larger.  But they were extremely hard, probably due to the excess fluid buildup.

HarleyRider

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Re: Polypropylene breast implants
« Reply #36 on: December 02, 2017, 08:40:40 pm »
BB Gunns, Rhiannon, Melonie Charm, even Elizabeth Starr ...
All string implants. All great looking (!) but it doesn’t last.
So, so sad
:(

Rhiannon never had string!




Well, as I have said before I will trey them if I can, something happens, that's life.  I want the biggest possible!
Tara xxxooo

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Re: Polypropylene breast implants
« Reply #37 on: February 10, 2018, 07:43:06 pm »
Lloyd where did u get ur information? You know this is a problem when people who know absolutely nothing present theyre OPINION as fact and everyone  reads it as if it is fact. Which is partially why string implants are banned amonst other things...the biggest reason they are banned is the same curse that ruins this country (us) is MONEY. The implant companies paid the fda either directly or otherwise to ban these obviously perfect implant methods because they dont need the competition. They would be bankrupted in no time and they werent having it. Lucky for them our own FDAwho is supposed to protect us really has no concern of that but they sure like their carribeen vacations and million $ bank accounts. Big pharma pays them well to keep approving deadly drugs and not ask questions. I am ashamed to admit i even live here. I have a hereditary skin condition called psoriasis for which supposedly there is no cure. It makes life unbearable no exaggeration if u could imagine 80 percent of ur body and face bieng covered with thick rash. The only medication that really helps costs 28,000.00 a year payable in cash with no guarantees of no side affects that include possible death. Now would a gov that loves their people allow this to happen!?? My opinion is no they wouldnt.  Peace.

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