Posts Tagged ‘breast implants’

Ask The Eye,Everyone Needs Some Extra Support

September 29, 2012

Dear Eye View

In a few weeks I’ll be undergoing breast-augmentation surgery. I’m very excited about the operation, and can’t wait to see the results. I am a bit unsure, however, if I should offer any sort of explanation about the major change in the size of my chest to my friends and co-workers. I’m currently a size A, and I’ll be getting size D implants, so they are going to notice a difference. Do I just ignore it and pretend like nothing’s different, or do I address the “elephant” in the room? If so, how on earth do I make that announcement?


Dear D

I understand your concern. Going from A to D will make quite  a difference in the office. See if  some of the other ladies in the office will create a support group to help you through this  transition. You will need the extra support.Hope the helps.


Breast Implants Will Eventually Fail, Time For Graphic Warning Labels

June 22, 2011

Women who get silicone breast implants are likely to need additional surgery within eight to 10 years to address complications such as rupture of the device, U.S. health regulators said on Wednesday.

The Food and Drug Administration will work to revise safety labels for silicone breast implants after reviewing data from several long-term studies, which also showed that implants had a small link to a rare form of cancer.

“The key point is that breast implants are not lifetime devices,” said Jeff Shuren, director of the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health.

“The longer you have the implant, the more likely you are to have complications.”

Much like cigarette packages it is time for graphic warning labels on breast implants..


Terrorists Could Use Explosives in Breast Implants For Booby Traps Experts Warn

March 25, 2010

Female homicide bombers are being fitted with exploding breast implants which are almost impossible to detect, British spies have reportedly discovered.

The shocking new Al Qaeda tactic involves radical doctors inserting the explosives in women’s breasts during plastic surgery — making them “virtually impossible to detect by the usual airport scanning machines.” Booby Trap