It has been recently revealed that a woman lost her breast implants while she was working out at a Pilates class. This is a place where people usually come to realign their bodies and help to strike a healthy balance between their bodies and souls.
The woman had actually undergone mastectomy, and then breast reconstruction. She was doing a breathing exercise and this is when she suddenly realized that the position of her reconstructed breast had shifted from where it should’ve been, to the lower part of her lung, near the ribcage.
It was further revealed in her ultrasound that something like this had taken place and that there was a protruding lump near her lung.
It apparently did not hurt much, which is a relief for the woman, who has already undergone a lot of pain, while getting treatment for her breast cancer.
The doctors revealed that she could’ve had to bear a real tough time, but luckily there wasn’t any severe complication.
It was revealed by the American Society of Plastic surgeons that there has been a recent rise in the number of breast procedures being performed each year. They further revealed that during the healing process after the implants, there shouldn’t be too much pressure exerted on that area of the body, otherwise it might lead to wrong fixing and shifting that happened in this case. Though it sounds strange and bizarre, it was actually when the woman was doing a complex sort of breathing exercise that she lost her implant, and the body sort of swallowed it in.
"It made a tiny enough opening to make the breast implant fall through. If you just have breast reconstruction alone, this is highly unlikely”, revealed Dr. Gedge Rosson, from the John Hopkins Hospital.
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