Hello, I just celebrated 19 weeks since my explant surgery and I could not be happier. It was the best choice I could have made. I also had very severe capsular contracture twice just like you but on my left side. I had revision surgery with a new implant put in and it didn't help, it came back. It got very, very bad and got so painful. I was very stressed out about it and it bothered me how I looked and how I felt. I was worried every night that it might rupture inside of me and worried about the capsular contracture, the implant was so hard and my whole chest hurt.
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I'm 51 years old. I had the implants put in about 5-6 years ago and I also feel like they are in the way and not enhancing my life in any way. I was really misguided thinking I needed them to begin with. I was already a B cup and got smallish implants, or so I thought and ended up in a size 34F bra. Yes, that is F (or a DDD), not a typo. I don't feel like I'm overweight or heavy but these giant boobies make me feel like I look 20 pounds heavier than I really am. In another post I also commented on cleavage which shows in almost anything I wear.
I've had my implants since I was 16.
A lot of people think this is a disgusting age to have surgery at but I was born with Polands Syndrome, quite an extreme case which basically meant I had no breast tissue (no muscle) at all on the left side. I developed quite young so it became quite visible quite quickly. Being that age, at school with other kids, it can be hard enough so the doctors and I decided that having the surgery was the best thing to do as I had already had a few comments about being 'lopsided' which as you can imagine was horrible!
Eleven yrs ago I didn't regret my increase from a 34A to 32 DD until my left implant (silicone) ruptured 3 months ago. It spiralled a nightmare of MRIs, consults with surgeons and the big decision about whether to replace or remove. On the assumption that the silicone had not spread beyond the scar capsule, I underwent a removal & replacement on April 7. The visual result was very good but this was tempered by the surgeon's discovery during surgery, that my left breast was a silicone "soup" having spread as far as the arm pit.
it happened the same with me. I thought a lot (during many years) and i always gave up. But 11 months ago i had breast implants. And i never liked it since them. This week i went to another doctor and he told me that i cant remove them. He told me i m 40 years old and my skin will be terrible if i remove then (because of my age and the size of the implant...310 ml )