Silicone Breast Implants are made with Heavy Metals

Silicone Breast Implants
are made with Heavy Metals

There are heavy metals in breast implants. Heavy metals can cause fatigue, damage the brain, lungs, kidney, liver, blood composition and most organs. Longterm exposures to metals can cause progression to diseases such as MS, Parkinsons, Alzheimers and muscular dystrophy. Repeated and longterm exposures to some metals can even cause cancer. The toxicity levels of many heavy metals is just slightly above levels naturally found in our environments.  

Unknown to most users of saline and silicone breast implants, silicones used to make breast implants contain an array of toxic chemicals and many heavy metals.  It is heavy metals that give silicone it’s various consistencies in order to manufacture the different components of a breast implant such as the shell, patch to seal the shell and silicone gel filling.  The latest generation of silicone breast implants known as ‘cohesive gel silicone implants’ contain more heavy metals than the previous non-cohesive silicones used in earlier versions of breast implants.    

In the history of breast implants and documented by the FDA in their various Pre Market Assessments, it is well known that heavy metals of silicone such as platinum and others are not stable in the either the shell or the gel filling of breast implants and these shell defects and gel filling defects have never been solved.  Both breast implant shells and the gel filling regularly fail and the chemicals and heavy metals of silicone bleed, leak and rupture contaminating users of breast implants much earlier than they anticipate and including cohesive gel silicones.   We have many documented photos of cohesive gel implants that became puddles of silicone in women’s chests.  

All chemicals and metals used in breast implants should be listed in the Summary of Safety and Effectiveness Data (SSEDs) documents for each implant type approved to be on the market; however, this is not the case. The various toxic chemicals of silicone are hidden behind the general words used for silicones, such as “siloxanes” or “dimethylsiloxanes” in these documents. The SSEDs do list some heavy metals used. Here are some of the SSEDs from the FDA’s website for breast implants on the market, which may be applicable to your breast implants:

Allergan Natrelle Silicone (pg. 6)

Allergan Natrelle 410 Anatomical (pg. 9-10)

Mentor MemoryGel Silicone (pg. 8)

Mentor MemoryShape Silicone (pg. 12-13)

Sientra Silicone (pg. 6-7)

Allergan Natrelle Saline (pg. 6)

Mentor Saline (pg. 6-7) 

Ideal Saline (pg. 8)

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This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Carine

    I have a lot of arsenicum . Could that be from silicone?

  2. Lisa

    I had explant surgery March 2019 and thin capsules,
    It worries me that they weren’t completely removed because I’m still having symptoms a year and a half later.. it was done enbloc with photos and implants returned along with pathology. I just am struggling with lingering issues. Any thoughts?? I have lab reports as well. Just still struggling:(

  3. Kirinroop

    Mine are not listed here. Perhaps it´s good to note that. They´re “Silimed”.

  4. Myriam Berrada-Hamilton

    I had my saline implants removed last Friday and I have been following the Medical Medium Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie and celery juice by Anthony William: he’s a life saver. I am so glad I got rid of them. I started developing some strange symptoms. I am healing now. Listen to Anthony William’s free soundcloud recording on implants and heavy metals. The information in his books and recordings is ground breaking. Healing is possible and at hand. All the best. Myriam

    1. Emma

      I recently discovered Anthony Williams too due to a number of strange symptoms and a hospital referral for suspected blood cancer due to lymph node issues (thankfully wasn’t!) but at no point did I think to connect these problems to my implants until now. I had allergan textured saline implants 5 years ago. I’m 27 so couldn’t figure out why I was having so many strange symptoms at this age and am now considering Explant. Would really appreciate finding out how you’re doing now and any tips? Hope you’re healing well!

  5. Kate

    Have any of you ladies tried Zeotrex to detox ? I’m considering trying it. I’m 7 months post op, I had implants in for 14 months and I’m still suffering from joint pain. Iv been following the AIP diet for some time now and living a very clean life style.

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