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queenbhoney queenbhoney 7 years
I hope all the haters stop hating on Halle u know who u r she's just gorgeous deal with it marybethrizlucy.
annie72 annie72 8 years
I think we all agree that Pamela Anderson has breast implants. She was very open about breast feeding after giving birth - more proof that this is not imposible. In most cases the implants are under the muscle, thereby minimizing the chance of interference with any milk ducts/production. I've known many women with implants and have never heard of one of them having a duct "explode." Not saying that you're wrong, smutty pop, but maybe just misinformed on the frequency of this happening.
jaan_black jaan_black 8 years
she looks great! she's gorgeous as always
CRA2379 CRA2379 8 years
Yeah, I remember that interview and she said she's had a LIFT, not IMPLANTS... big difference.
italianblonde italianblonde 8 years
Damn she looks good! She must be lovin those boobs.
hillamaria hillamaria 8 years
Wow, she looks hot!
Sophie827 Sophie827 8 years
Breast feeding with implants is fine. I seriously think people with medical degrees know more about this issue than anyone here and a plastic surgeon wouldn't lie to a woman about health effects just to get her money. That's ridiculous, they would get their pants sued off.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
She looks great. It's good to see that while she's lot some weight she's still carrying some. It doesn't have to be gone in 2 weeks.
jadey-baby jadey-baby 8 years
i loveeeeeee halle..she is a sexy leo lady..meowww lol
JAG JAG 8 years
i will say your other avatar gave a history feel, you know. When I saw your new one, I'm like "No, that's not right!" lol, in any event thats IMO. :) (thanks for telling me what that stood for)
historymystery historymystery 8 years
I get bored of avatars and change them frequently. SAme with sig lines where I have them. IMO means In My Opinion.
JAG JAG 8 years
PS. I liked your old avatar much better. It gave a more "History" feel to it. Just my opinion though. :) And this is to anyone. What does IMO mean?
historymystery historymystery 8 years
When I feel I'm being challenged regarding information that I clearly copied and pasted (given that I provided the actual links, said the information was from that link and expressed no personal opinion one way or another) I will clarify that it wasn't my opinion, just information for one individual.
JAG JAG 8 years
OK History thanks for the clarification but you didn't really need to give one. I was just responding to the info that you provided and added a little more. The last sentence in my comment was not directed to you, it was a general statement. I am reading the same things over and over and when it gets like that, it's time for me to say goodbye.
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 8 years
thanks history for that info, im just basing mine on my opinion and friends opinions, nothing i posted was from a doctor other than what my surgeon told me
historymystery historymystery 8 years
just was providing links and quoting pertanient information from those links for Smutty based on the questions she asked. Clicking on the links provides a wealth of information on the subject beyond what I quoted. I don't have implants. Don't have kids. Therefore, don't have an actual opinion about the subject of breastfeeding with implants. Only providing information for one individual based on their posted questions. Nothing more.
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 8 years
not to get personal but the sensation in my nipple area is very excessive and i had it done under the areola, my surgeon said he would never insert the implant in the armpit because that is where they go through to check for breast cancer, you scar that tissue that is why i choose to go under the areola, but to each their own i have friends that have done it both ways under the armpit and under the areola and had no problem breast feeding
historymystery historymystery 8 years
My post was nothing more than providing some information for Smutty in terms of the questions she raised. It was not in any way, shape or form directed at anyone else nor was it to be interperated as my own personal opinion about the subject on debate here.
JAG JAG 8 years
HistoryMystery ANY surgery you get, you run the risk of infection, loss of feeling, etc etc. I know that with the new techniques with breast augmentation, that MOST of the women can breast feed afterwards with NO problems what so ever. Matter of fact, I've never met one that had problems afterward. Your info said that Doctor said "MANY" can not breast feed properly after surgery...what is many? Many could be 100 out of 300,000. There are risks with anything you do. Some women, especially the ones who have had cancer or misshaped breasts, really have no choice if they want to have a normal looking woman's body. MOST of the women who have the surgery are pleased and happy with the results. Just like male circumcision. There are risks with that procedure, but it doesn't stop people from doing it. With the silicone implants there was a huge concern in the early 90’s with the reports of a so called silicone illness. People feared that silicone from the breast implants could leak into a mother’s milk and thus affect a baby’s health. However, later studies showed that there was no base to think so, since the silicone molecule was too small to get into the milk ducts. Now most professionals use saline implants in breast augmentation surgery. They are said to be safe and have no harm to health. Even though there is no evidence that saline solution could pass into the milk ducts, there is no danger since this solution could not harm mother’s or baby’s health. Therefore surgeons mostly choose to insert an implant through the incisions made under the fold of the breast, through the armpits or trans-umbilically (through the belly button) in order to escape possible troubles in baby nursing. The efficiency of breast feeding depends very much upon the implant placement. Most breast implants are placed under the muscle so that the milk ducts would be not harmed during the surgery. Bottom line________ It's a personal choice and I don't get why the big discussion in the first place. Someone said Halle couldn't have possibly had implants because she nursed her baby, I simply said, no that's an untrue statement and gave info supporting my claim. Anyway, I'm gone from this particular blog, it's getting a little boring and the statements that are being posted are redundant.
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 8 years
thats what i said after the breast implants worse feeling ever but so worth it id do it all over again
JAG JAG 8 years
YES Pink, if you do want the surgery wait until you are done with having kids. Also, go to Houston and get Dr. Christopher K. Patronella. He is triple board certified and an AMAZING physician. I had a full body lift and you can't even see the scars!!! He went completely around my entire body! My stomach is as flat as a pancake and you would have just cringed if you saw what my stomach looked like before the procedure. It was by far the most painful surgery I've ever had. I couldn't sleep in a bed for almost a month. I had to sleep in a recliner. It was soooo worth it though :)
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 8 years
that's my next goal a tummy tuck but dont know if i want more kids so i guess i will wait 5 years if a child doesn't pop out i will definitely get it done
JAG JAG 8 years
There were over 300,000 breast implant surgeries in 2007, so there are a lot of women getting the procedure done. Your link did not say that everyone who got implants would produce less milk, it said it COULD produce less milk. Even women who don't have implants, there is no guarantee on how much milk they are going to produce. Esteem has nothing to do with most of the surgeries. Smutty let me ask you a question? Do you ever wear makeup? Do you ever brush your hair or get it styled? Everyone wants to look better and that's all these surgeries are for most of the time. I've had plastic surgery and it had nothing to do with self esteem, I knew I was hot even before the surgery lol. I just wanted a little change in an area and I would do it again if I had to. (I had a tummy tuck after having children). It looks amazing and like I said, had nothing to do with my self esteem. It was my sister-in-law, not sister, but she had it done when she was 19 and they still look good today. She has had no problems what so ever.
historymystery historymystery 8 years
From http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/2000/400_implant.html "Like their silicone counterparts, saline breast implants can rupture, ripple, harden, change shape, and shift position. They can also cause infection, pain, and loss of feeling in the nipple or tissue of the breast. And they can interfere with breast-feeding and the detection of breast cancer." "Additionally, says S. Lori Brown, Ph.D., an epidemiologist in FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health, "many women with implants are unable to breast-feed successfully." It is unclear whether insufficient milk production to breast-feed is due to damaged nerves or to other reasons, says Brown." From: http://www.drugs.com/cg/breastfeeding-and-breast-implants.html "Can surgery for breast implants cause problems for breastfeeding? Nerves, milk ducts, and milk glands can be damaged during implant surgery. Injured nerves can decrease the feeling in your nipple area, which may reduce your let-down response. Damaged milk ducts can decrease or stop the flow of breast milk. Damaged milk glands may decrease the amount of milk made by your breast. If you had bleeding after your surgery, you may have gotten breast tissue damage or a hematoma. A hematoma is a building up of blood in an area in your breast. This can lead to the area getting badly scarred if it is not treated. If you had a breast infection after your surgery, you may have gotten breast tissue damage or scarring in your breast. Can the way my surgery was done affect my ability to breastfeed my baby? The way your breast implant surgery was done is an important factor for your ability to breastfeed. The surgery can cut breast tissue and damage milk glands and ducts, which make and carry milk in the breast. Some ways have a much higher risk for causing breastfeeding problems than others. The most important factor is the type of incision (surgical cut) made in your breast to place the implant. An incision made around or across your areola (dark circle around the nipple) can damage the nerves. This can lead to you having a decrease or loss of feeling in your areola and nipple. Incisions may be done under the breast, or in the armpit or belly button to prevent damage to milk ducts and glands or nerves. Can the way my surgery was done affect my ability to breastfeed my baby? The way your breast implant surgery was done is an important factor for your ability to breastfeed. The surgery can cut breast tissue and damage milk glands and ducts, which make and carry milk in the breast. Some ways have a much higher risk for causing breastfeeding problems than others. The most important factor is the type of incision (surgical cut) made in your breast to place the implant. An incision made around or across your areola (dark circle around the nipple) can damage the nerves. This can lead to you having a decrease or loss of feeling in your areola and nipple. Incisions may be done under the breast, or in the armpit or belly button to prevent damage to milk ducts and glands or nerves. What may be the risks to my baby? You may worry that chemicals in your breast implants will mix with breast milk. Some breast implants are filled with saline water and caregivers see no harmful effect if saline water mixes with breast milk. Some breast implants contain a chemical called silicone. Caregivers are not sure how it will affect your baby if it mixes with breast milk. Some women, even those without breast implants, cannot make enough milk to feed their newborn baby. They may need to feed their babies formula as well as breast milk. The risk of this happening is much greater for women who have had breast surgery."
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 8 years
smutty pop i dont have self-esteem issues i did it because i wanted too, but that is just me
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