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Breast Implant Illness

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Breast Implant Illness in OKC

To properly detox the body, the first step is to have the breast implants removed through and En Bloc/Total Capsulectomy procedure performed by a qualified and experienced surgeon. Allow at least one month for the body to recover and heal postsurgery before beginning any detoxification process.

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    Breast Implant Illness
    To properly detox the body, the first step is to have the breast implants removed
    through and En Bloc/Total Capsulectomy procedure performed by a qualified and
    experienced surgeon. Allow at least one month for the body to recover and heal postsurgery before beginning any detoxification process.
    Many women who have toxicity from breast implants may experience issues with
    digestion and bowel problems, potentially from leaky gut, gut dysbiosis, IBS, Crohn's,
    inflammation, fungus and parasites. Some women may develop allergies due to leaky
    gut and lose the ability to digest certain foods such as dairy, gluten grains and other
    inflammatory or allergenic foods. To lower inflammation in the gut and support digestion,
    it is essential to cut out all inflammatory and allergenic foods from the diet. When
    inflammation is present in the gut and digestive tract, the body slows down or stops
    digestion and detoxification. A diet rich in whole foods, as outlined earlier, and cutting
    out inflammatory and allergenic foods such as dairy and gluten will help alleviate gut
    problems and improve digestion and detoxification. To heal the gut, consider
    incorporating bone broth and powdered collagen, as well as ensuring adequate intake
    of betaine HCL and digestive enzymes. If gut problems persist, consider following the
    GAPS diet guidelines or the Autoimmune Protocol diet to bring down inflammation in the
    gut and modulate the autoimmune response in the body. Probiotics, especially lactic
    acid-producing probiotics and soil-based probiotics found in fermented foods and raw
    fruits and vegetables are crucial for healing, restoring healthy gut flora, modulating the
    immune system and chelating toxins from the body. When buying fermented foods such
    as sauerkraut, obtain them from a health food store that carries traditionally cultured
    veggies and avoid grocery store varieties made with vinegar. It is easy and inexpensive
    to make your own cultured vegetables at home which supply much larger quantities of
    probiotics than store-bought supplements. Companies such as Xymogen produce high
    quality Probiotics and supplements to help ensure effectiveness.
    Checking for MTHFR genetic variants and supporting methylation and detox
    pathways is important for proper detoxification. MTHFR genetic variants may inhibit the
    body's ability to detox if left untreated. These variants impair the body's ability to break
    down necessary B vitamins. MTHFR can be easily tested through a lab at Venturis.
    MTHFR variants can be treated with supplements such as Methylfolate (L-5-MTHF) and
    B12 supplement (Methylcobalamin, Adenosylcobalamin or Hydroxocobalamin, all
    different forms of B12 targeting specific purposes) and MethylB6 (Pyridoxal-5′).
    After breast implant removal, some women may discover fungal colonization in their
    saline implants and chest. Additionally, exposure to mold in their environment can lead
    to mold infections in the body due to immune deficits caused by breast implants. Many
    women also experience an overgrowth of fungus such as yeast/Candida in their gut and
    even systemically in the body due to immune deficits. Other common infections include
    H-pylori and SIBO, bacterial infections in the capsules, and mycoplasma infections.
    Some women may also have Lyme, EBV and herpes infections, which can contribute to
    their health problems. To achieve a full recovery, it is essential to eliminate these
    bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitical infections caused by immune deficits due to breast
    Taking vitamin and antioxidant supplements can help lower inflammation in the body
    and promote detoxification and healing. It is important to carefully read all labels and
    research the supplements that you take, as some may contain unhealthy ingredients
    that should be avoided. Some supplements that may help lower inflammation and
    support detoxification include vitamins A, B, C, E, Selenium, Zinc, CoQ10/Ubiquinol,
    Turmeric/Curcumin, Milk thistle, Ginger, and Krill Oil. Vitamin D is also important for
    healing, as it controls all hormones and is often low in many individuals. Additionally,
    most people are also low in B vitamins, particularly B12.
    Glutathione, which is a naturally occurring molecule in the body that acts as a master
    detoxifier. It helps to pick up free radicals, toxins, and heavy metals and escort them out
    of the body. In a healthy body, Glutathione is produced and recycled, but when the toxic
    load becomes too high, it can become depleted. Glutathione is made from the amino
    acids Cysteine, Glutamine, and Glycine. Dr. Philipose recommends glutathione be
    administered intravenously.
    Sauna therapy and Epsom salt baths can be useful for detoxifying the body. If you
    have access to an infrared sauna, it is recommended to use it two to three times a
    week. Sweating through the skin is known to eliminate toxins and heavy metals and
    infrared sauna can help to kill microbes in the body.
    Heavy metal testing is an important consideration for women experiencing breast
    implant toxicity, as it can help to identify and address any potential sources of toxic
    exposure. Heavy metals, such as lead, mercury, and aluminum, can be found in various
    environmental and occupational sources, and can accumulate in the body over time.
    They can have a wide range of negative effects on health, including damage to the
    nervous system, kidney and liver function, and the immune system.
    In the context of breast implant toxicity, heavy metal exposure may play a role in the
    development of symptoms, as these toxins can accumulate in the body and contribute
    to inflammation, immune dysfunction, and other issues. Additionally, some breast
    implants, particularly older models, may contain heavy metals such as aluminum and
    titanium, which can leach into the body over time.
    Testing for heavy metals is typically done through a blood or urine test, and can help to
    identify the specific metals that are present in the body. Once identified, Dr. Philipose
    can work with the patient to develop a plan to address any heavy metal exposure, which
    may include dietary changes, chelation therapy, and other interventions.
    It is important to note that heavy metal testing should be done by a qualified healthcare
    professional, as interpreting test results and developing treatment plans require
    specialized knowledge and expertise.
    A C-reactive protein (CRP) test measures the level of CRP in the blood. CRP is a
    protein that is produced by the liver and its levels can increase in response to
    inflammation in the body. Elevated CRP levels may indicate an infection or
    inflammation. In women with breast implant toxicity, a CRP test can be used to help
    identify and monitor the presence of inflammation or infection in the breast tissue.
    However, it's important to note that CRP test is not specific to breast implant toxicity,
    and other conditions such as arthritis or injury can also cause an increase in CRP
    levels. A doctor should be consulted to interpret the results of the test in the context of a
    patient's symptoms and other medical information.
    Ozone therapy is a form of alternative medicine that uses ozone gas to treat a
    variety of medical conditions. In the context of breast implant toxicity, ozone therapy
    may help by increasing the oxygenation of the body and supporting the body's natural
    healing mechanisms.
    One proposed mechanism of action of ozone therapy is that it can help to kill off harmful
    microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi. This is important in breast implant
    toxicity, as many women experience fungal and bacterial infections in their chest and
    gut as a result of their implants. Ozone therapy may also help to reduce inflammation
    and support the immune system, which can be compromised due to breast implant
    Additionally, ozone therapy may help to improve circulation and oxygenation of the
    body, which can help to promote healing and detoxification. Some practitioners also
    claim that ozone therapy can help to chelate toxins and heavy metals from the body,
    which can be beneficial in the context of breast implant toxicity.
    It is important to note that ozone therapy is considered an experimental and unproven
    treatment and it's not FDA approved. It is recommended to consult with Dr. Philipose
    before undergoing ozone therapy.
    ****The recovery time after a breast explant (removal of breast implants) for implant
    toxicity can vary depending on the individual and the severity of their symptoms. It's
    important to note that recovery is a process and not an event.
    Immediately after surgery, it's normal to experience pain, swelling, and discomfort, and it
    may take several weeks for these symptoms to subside. It's recommended to follow
    post-surgery instructions given by the surgeon and take time to rest and recover.
    After the initial recovery period, many women begin to notice an improvement in their
    symptoms, such as a reduction in fatigue, brain fog, and other symptoms associated
    with implant toxicity. However, full recovery can take longer, and it may take several
    months to a year or more for the body to fully heal and detox from the effects of the
    In addition to the physical recovery, some women may also experience emotional
    healing. The decision to remove the implants is not an easy one, and it's normal to
    grieve the loss of something that was an important part of one's identity. It's important to
    allow time to process the emotions and to reach out for support if needed.
    It's important to remember that every person's journey is different, and the recovery
    process may be different for each person. It's important to work with a qualified
    healthcare professional such and to be patient with the recovery process.
    *****Clinical and personal experience with Breast implant toxicity
    In 2018, I had several patients who reported symptoms and had methylated B-12
    injections while also removing their breast implants, believing they were making them
    sick. One patient in particular convinced me to look into the issue further. Around this
    same time my wife, Alicia, began experiencing severe joint pain, fibromyalgia
    symptoms, and depression. After conducting her own research, we came to the
    conclusion that her breast implants may have been the cause of her symptoms. I ran
    various tests, including a CRP level check and autoimmune disease screening, and
    found that her CRP levels were abnormally high and that she had Hashimoto's of the
    thyroid. She then found a local experienced surgeon who performed implant removal
    surgeries and scheduled her procedure. Almost immediately after the surgery, her
    symptoms disappeared, and her energy levels and inflammation returned to normal. I
    believe that people should consider implants as a potentially toxic procedure. I advise
    my patients that diseases can exist without symptoms, such as a heart attack, and that
    ultimately, the decision about their health falls to the individual. My wife and other
    patients like her have experienced relief after having their implants removed, and
    understand the cause of their symptoms.
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