Video featuring Dr Barnett, Sarasotta, Florida speaking to a woman about her breast implants that had been removed.
In an attempt to protect women from their breast implants the body forms scar capsules around them.
Though the capsules are a valiant effort by our immune system, they are NOT an impermeable barrier that unfailingly keeps leaked silicone safely contained.
Dr Barnett: “Blood is constantly being bathed in the little micro-droplets of silicone.”
Every woman I know that’s held their ‘explanted’ breast implants expressed that their eyes, nose, and face burned from the chemicals in the implants. They describe a terrible smell.
In the video, Dr Barnett comments the silicone was burning her eyes, and says if any silicone fell on the floor, the floor would have to be stripped because silicone can’t be washed off.
Though encased in a silicone shell (which bleeds chemicals), women often end up with this toxic cocktail of chemicals in their lymph nodes, surrounding tissue, and distant places – including vital organs. Even without the presence of rupture. Despite our immune system’s best efforts to protect us.
Breast implants sit within close proximity to lungs.
Dr Barnett says she could see the woman’s lungs moving. The ruptured implants caused respiratory issues so severe doctors wanted to remove part of her lung!
There is NOTHING ‘safe’ about noxious, burning chemicals in a sticky goo that can only be cut out or scraped from the body – especially when it migrates beyond the scar capsules into the chest wall, lymph nodes, organs and other places it can’t be removed from.
There are too many ill women to pussyfoot around this issue any longer. There is a growing public health crisis. If you’re a doctor telling patients breast implants are safe, I say with the best of intentions: PLEASE WAKE UP! Doctors must begin to FULLY INFORM their patients about the risks associated with breast implants.
Photo above: Comments from a woman holding her silicone breast implants and noting the horrid smell
Above: Scar Capsule
Below: Ruptured breast implant and scar capsule
Below: Ruptured breast implant and scar capsule with calcification
Below: Scar Capsule with breast implant still inside
Below: Scar Capsule with textured teardrop saline breast implant still inside
Below: Scar Capsule
Below: Even when breast implants don’t look awful they bleed harmful chemicals