Empowered Explant

Signs you might have breast implant illness (BII)

May 02, 2023 Darnah Mercieca Episode 26
Empowered Explant
Signs you might have breast implant illness (BII)
Show Notes

Could your breast implants be the cause of your health concerns?

There are a ton of women out there with breast implants who aren’t feeling their best, or are struggling with health concerns, and have absolutely no idea that their breast implants could be contributing to the issue, or are the root cause.

In this episode I share with you the top signs and symptoms that could be breast implant illness related, and what indicators to look out for that could help you figure out if your breast implants could be part of the cause!

If you’ve already booked your surgery, or already explanted, please share this episode to help spread the word and raise awareness. There’s a woman somewhere who needs to hear this!

Links and resources:

Take the Quiz: Is it time to consider removing my breast implants?
Click here > explantquiz.empoweredexplant.com

BII symptoms list and tracker:
Download here > symptoms.empoweredexplant.com

Listen to Episode 4! What is breast implant illness? (...And what causes it?)
Listen here > https://www.explantpodcast.com/2073651/11778048

Learn more about DNA testing! Click the link below, and use discount code EMPOWERED for 10% off your test.
Click here > https://thednacompany.com/empowered

For more information on how understanding your genetics can help you on your explant journey, email me at darnah@empoweredexplant.com.

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Disclaimer: This podcast does not constitute medical or mental health advice. Darnah is not a medical practitioner. She shares from personal experience, research, and conversations with other people. If you are experiencing symptoms, pain, post-surgery complications, or mental health concerns, please seek care from your medical provider or surgeon.