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Melissa Lima started experiencing a variety of really awful symptoms that included fatigue, brain fog, extreme anxiety and depression, weight gain, slow-healing cuts and scrapes, random rashes, sudden food allergies followed by intestinal issues, muscle and joint pain, and she developed an autoimmune disorder called Hashimoto's disease. She immediately felt better after her breast implants were removed. Sadly, however, many doctors deny that breast implant illness exists.View Entire Post ›
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