Symptoms

Breast Implant Illness is an illness that many believe affects the majority of the systems of the body; however, I have compiled a list of symptoms based on my own personal experience and the experiences of hundreds of women that I have spoken with. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and have breast implants, please visit with your Physician to discuss the removal of your implants. You can find a more detailed list by visiting Healing Breast Implant Illness.

Anxiety
Brain Fog
Chest Discomfort
Cognitive Dysfunction
Cold Limbs, Hands and Feet
Cramping
Decline in Vision
Dehydration
Depression
Difficulty Swallowing
Dry Eyes
Dry Skin
Ear Ringing
Fatigue
Fevers
Frequent Urination
Fungal Infections
Gastrointestinal Issues
Hair Loss
Headaches
Heart Palpitations
Heat Intolerance
Hormone Imbalance
Insomnia
Kidney Dysfunction
Liver Dysfunction
Memory Loss
Muscle Pain
Muscle Weakness
Night Sweats
Numbness Sensations in limbs
Pain around implant or underarm
Panic Attacks
Premature Aging
Reflux
Restless Limb Syndrome Shortness of Breath
Skin Rashes
Symptoms of or diagnosis of Fibromyalgia
Symptoms of or diagnosis of Hashimotos
Symptoms of or diagnosis of Lupus
Symptoms of or diagnosis of Lyme Disease
Symptoms of or diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis
Symptoms of or diagnosis of Raynaud’s Syndrome
Symptoms of or diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Symptoms of or diagnosis of Sjogren’s Syndrome
Tingling Sensation in Joints and Limbs
Toxic Shock Symptoms
Vertigo
Vision Disturbances
Yeast Infections