Breast Implant Sickness

Breast Implant Sickness

Underneath the allure of cosmetic enhancement lies a sobering truth—breast implants can pose serious health risks. From autoimmune disorders to cognitive dysfunction, an increasing number of individuals with implants are experiencing adverse health effects that demand our attention. Amidst the allure of breast enhancement, a crucial question looms: “Can breast implants make you sick?” Exploring the nexus of beauty and health unveils a profound journey of discovery.

Central to these health concerns is the composition of breast implants. These devices contain a cocktail of chemicals and heavy metals, raising questions about their toxicity within the human body. Silicone, saline, and heavy metals such as cadmium and mercury have all been identified within implants, presenting potential risks when they leach into the body.

In response to the toxicity conundrum, we introduce a ray of hope: TRS (Advanced TRS). This revolutionary detoxification solution holds the promise of addressing the health risks tied to breast implants. By targeting the removal of chemicals and heavy metals from the body, TRS may offer a path to alleviating the burdens imposed by breast implant-related health concerns. Try it now.

In the forthcoming sections, we delve deeper into the science behind TRS and its potential as a detoxification solution. 



Breast Implant Ingredients

Breast implants consist of silicone or saline, often accompanied by heavy metals. These components can pose health risks:

Understanding the Chemical Components:

Silicone: Used in many implants, silicone can migrate and cause inflammation if implants rupture or leak.

Saline: Though considered safer, saline implants can still contain trace chemicals with potential health consequences.

Heavy Metals: Breast implants may harbor toxic heavy metals like mercury, lead, and cadmium






The Potential Health Risks

The presence of these materials raises concerns, including autoimmune disorders, chronic fatigue, cognitive dysfunction, and skin issues. Understanding these risks is essential when considering breast augmentation.

Breast Implant-Related Health Conditions

Breast implants have been associated with various health issues:

Autoimmune Disorders

Rheumatoid Arthritis: Some individuals with breast implants have developed rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune condition affecting joints.

Sjögren’s Syndrome: Breast implants have been linked to Sjögren’s syndrome, an autoimmune disorder causing dry eyes and mouth.

Lupus: Implants may trigger or exacerbate lupus, another autoimmune disease.

Other Health Concerns

Chronic Fatigue: Many implant recipients report chronic fatigue, impacting their daily lives.

Cognitive Dysfunction: Cognitive problems, including memory issues and brain fog, have been observed in some cases.

Skin Disorders: Skin-related complications, such as rashes and sensitivity, can also occur. Understanding these potential health effects is crucial for informed decision-making.


Client success stories

Before starting TRS, I didn’t even realize that my son’s issues with emotional regulation, clinginess and even tantrums were toxin related. After an elevated lead test and starting TRS, we realized that lead as well as other toxins and metals had been affecting him and his behaviors dramatically improved. The out of control tantrums with head banging faded and never returned once we began using TRS. So so grateful to have found TRS!

– Darija W –

When I say this stuff is changing our lives, I really mean it y’all! A month in and I’m totally weaned off of my anti anxiety and antidepressant medications! I also haven’t needed sleeping medication that I’ve depended on for over 5 years.

My sweet daughter’s eczema is healing through TRS this week! SUCH AMAZING GAINS this week!! Clear improvements from spraying orally, and not even a full week of me spraying it directly on her face.

– Zane A –

I have high blood pressure and sugar diabetes, I have been taking TRS religiously for 2 1/2 weeks. I have always been on blood pressure pills and I’m normally 90/200 while taking them. Today 80/132! And my sugar diabetes is usually in the range from 162 to 200 while taking Metformin, I’m truly mind blown that it is at 100 today! Even after I had cereal, and sugarless cookies today.

I think my sugar diabetes just keeps getting better and better! I can’t get over this!

– Debbie R –

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Can Breast Implants Make You Sick?

In the ever-evolving dialogue around breast implants, the haunting query persists: “Can breast implants make you sick?” Unraveling this enigma is a testament to the resilience of those in pursuit of truth and well-being.  

A. The Scientific Evidence

There is a growing body of scientific evidence suggesting that breast implants may pose several health risks. One of the most concerning risks is the potential for exposure to chemicals and heavy metals. Breast implants are made from a variety of materials, including silicone, polyurethane, and saline. These materials can contain chemicals and heavy metals, such as platinum, lead, and nickel.

When breast implants rupture or leak, these chemicals and heavy metals can enter the body. They can also enter the body through the bloodstream or the lymphatic system. Once in the body, these chemicals and heavy metals can accumulate in tissues and organs, leading to a variety of health problems.

Some of the specific health problems that have been linked to breast implants include:

  • Autoimmune disorders, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Neurological problems, such as headaches, memory loss, and nerve damage
  • Reproductive problems, such as infertility and miscarriage
  • Cancer, including breast cancer and lymphoma

B. Patient Experiences and Testimonials

Many women who have breast implants have reported experiencing a variety of health problems after surgery. These problems can vary from person to person, but they may include fatigue, joint pain, brain fog, dry eyes, and a variety of other symptoms.

Some women have also reported developing autoimmune disorders, neurological problems, and other serious health conditions after breast implant surgery.