31 May 2014


Empowering women through knowledge and truth to help them make an informed decision

Its time we start to love and accept ourselves; and stop the self-rejecting trend so prevalent in our current culture.

We need to stop measuring ourselves in breast size (or any external appearance: weight, nose, wrinkles … and on and on). It’s ultimately about self-esteem, self-love and self-acceptance. We live in a culture where the message is that we are never enough, but we don’t have to believe it.
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30 May 2014

Breast Implants and Cancer of the Immune System | Cancer Prevention & Treatment FundCancer Prevention & Treatment Fund

For many years, women with breast implants were assured by implant companies, plastic surgeons, and the FDA that breast implants did not cause breast cancer or any other type of cancer. Evidence of a link to some types of cancer and to autoimmune diseases, including studies conducted by researchers at FDA and the National Cancer Institute, was dismissed. However, as everyone knows from data on lung cancer, emphysema, and smoking, it can take decades to determine if an exposure causes cancer or other serious diseases. Even a very strong carcinogen, such as tobacco, is very unlikely to cause lung cancer for at least 30 years. The bad news for women with breast implants is that there is growing evidence that the implants can cause a very rare cancer of the immune system....Learn more

29 May 2014

Nutrition Beast » 15 Tips: How to Fix a Flat Chest without Cosmetic Surgery

1) Train your chest. Pushups can be done easily from home. Try ball, wall or from the floor pushups.
2) Do flyes. Try dumbbell, cable or machine flyes.
3) Size matters. Make sure you purchase the right size bra.
4) Purchase clothes that will flatter your upper torso. Opt for bright colors with patterns, or embellishments such as sequins, jewels, or some ruffles.
5) Avoid skin tight tops and dresses; they will make you look flatter.
6) If you have limited funds, invest in just one push up bra. Buy it in beige. A beige bra works well under almost anything.
7) Improving your posture will make you look taller. Stand straight, shoulders back, head high and no slouching!
8) Put a smile on your face; it sounds simple, but yes guys tend to notice if you are happy with yourself.Read more;

Nutrition Beast » 17 Real Answers to Breast Implant Questions

It is evident by the heart breaking Google searches my site receives daily that there are a lot of you out there looking for answers to these questions. I feel compelled to answer these FAQ’s; I will provide you with the best answer I can from my own personal experience and to the best of my ability.

   It has been 4 years since my explant surgery, and I am currently undergoing treatment which I will share with you in an upcoming article, and I will walk you through what I am going through now.

   I also want to give you hope and let you know that you are not suffering in this alone. I also want to tell you if you can find the right doctor and get the proper treatment you will make a full recovery. I am saying that because this is the point that I am finally at, but it has taken me 4 years since my explant surgery for me to even utter those words.

If you are experiencing symptoms of any kind, all I can say is the sooner you get them out the better you will be in the long run. Read more

28 May 2014

Add My Mp to Pip Actions Campaign`s Lobby List

We want political support for our campaign to get a proper health and safety regulator in the UK! The MHRA are just not up to the job! We also intend to hold them to account for their part in the PIP Health Fraud! Please add your MP to our Lobby List. We shall be contacting all the MPs and asking for their support for our efforts! Thanks All. xo
I notice some of you have had no luck with your MP with your implants - BUT THIS IS NOT JUST ABOUT PIP IMPLANTS ... here,s a list of patients affected by recent MHRA failures:
Toxic Metal-on-metal Hip joints
Surgical Mesh injuries
Dangerous Breast Implants
Mirena Coil

Not to mention the pharmaceuticals!!!!! That,s a long list of failures!!!
We ALL need an independent health & safety regulator! ♡

26 May 2014

PIP breast implants - NHS Choices

Pipactioncampaign has Successfully got the NHS to   review their content of the NHS Choices pages for victims of the PIP implant fraud: and it has now been updated ..... Yayyyyyyyy

Although the NHS and some private clinics have pledged to remove PIP implants free of charge, as of May 2014 only a minority of women have so far taken up the offer.

Of the 47,000 British women who had PIP implants fitted, many are still living with the defective implants in their body and the constant fear that the implants will burst and harm them.

This information is for women affected by PIP implants. It includes latest safety information, warning signs of rupture, and how to arrange removal and replacement. 
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24 May 2014

Silicone Rally

We all have leadership qualities within ourselves. This is our time to stand united and reclaim our voice. Government health authorities and implant manufacturers have had decades to right a wrong. It’s now time to request that international organizations get involved. Be part of the Silicone Rally and connect with other women who have experienced adverse health effects from breast implants in your country. Together we can change the course of history so that the next generation of women are made aware of the true risks associated with silicone and saline breast implants.Read more

23 May 2014

'Having the perfect body isn't all it's cracked up to be': Former bodybuilder embraces 'reverse progress' - she's gained weight and loves and accepts her shape the way it is | Mail Online

BEFORE: Taryn in May 2012 when she was preparing for a bodybuilding competitionAFTER: Taryn posted this picture of herself having accepted her body as it is

As images of the perfect bodies continue to proliferate on social media, campaigners are hitting back against unrealistic - and unhealthy - ideals.

Australian mother-of-three Taryn Brumfitt, 35, became an Internet sensation when she posted a muscle-bound ‘before’ and more curvaceous ‘after’ photos on Facebook, stating to the world that 'having the perfect body isn't all it's cracked up to be.'

Her post was viewed over 3.6million times and shared by nearly 20,000 Facebook users in two weeks, sparking an international conversation about body image.Read more

If you are in Britain and you haven't already completed an Adverse Incident Report for the MHRA about your PIP implants now is a good time to do so! 
This is currently the only way to make a report for the record and to show British Authorities how much and how many of us have been affected by fraudulent PIP implants.

So, get your PIP serial numbers out and report away!!! Oh, and give us a heads-up here when you are done;) Medical device adverse incident reporting forms

Thanks everyone ♥ together we can make a difference!

17 May 2014

Coconut Oil Cures Foot Fungus | Coconut Oil

Photo of massaging coconut oil into one's footAbout ten years ago my doctor pointed to a thin white line on my foot: That’s fungus, he said. Huh. He prescribed an  antifungal medicine, previously available only by prescription, that had recently become over-the-counter (OTC). I tried several OTC remedies from my drugstore. None worked. According to the directions, they were to be applied twice per day. My doctor said the reason for the failure was that I hadn’t precisely followed the directions. This reminded me of a doctor who said that fat people know what to do about being fat (eat less) and simply fail to do it.

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Some of our members have tried this ....Wowww the difference is unbelievable .....

16 May 2014

    What do we want? Testing. When do we want it? 

Please lend your help & support at PIP Action Mums ♡

15 May 2014

The Care Quality Commission .

We are planning a NEW Parliamentary & Health Service Ombudsman complaint - this time the CQC are gonna get it! We want all the HMG women (and those whose clinics are still in business after walking away from PIP patients) to join in - and get MP referrals! Now is a good time to poke your MP (elections looming;) If you need any help, your MP should help you. And if you doubt you will receive help - write anyways! And then write again!! The politicians think we have gone away... let,s show them we are still here, still need help & we ready to fight for our rights.
If you are still waiting for treatment, if you need help with an urgent referral, if you still have concerns about your health - let them know! Tell your story and tell them what help you need!
If you are moving on with your life - please also write! Write because of what you have been through & because you know women are still going through it.
Come on everyone!! Lets see if we can get more MPs on our side, we want more moral & ethical people in our corner. They need to know how things are for us.
We need legal justice but we need healthcare & treatment & a breast register & monitoring & support............
We don`t know what the future holds for us! Lets make sure its not more misery!
Here,s how you find your MP .  Find your Mp   

Making YOUR CQC complaint for the record!
Every clinic needs a CQC Registration to operate. If your clinic has mistreated you, please make a complaint to the Parliamentary & Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) about the CQC. Crap clinics should not be given CQC registrations! And those who have abandoned us and continue to trade should not be allowed to get away with it! Every complaint to the PHSO must be accompanied by a referral from your MP. The form for making your complaint & getting an MP referral is attached.
If you have a complaint against your clinic - time to make a noise! The more of us that complain the better. When we have obtained several MP referrals we become a group compliant & then we can push forward together as a group!
This is important! If we dont complain - this government will have got away with doing absolutely nothing to help and the clinics continue to rake in money, harming patients or failing in providing a Duty of Care!
Once you have completed your complaint, gathered all your evidence and sent a copy to your MP for referral please let us know! Making a complaint to the Parliamentary Ombudsman.docx
All aboard ♡

10 May 2014


Want evidence for your GP or Consultant?
We,ve put it together for you in a Review of Clinical Studies. All these studies have been 'peer reviewed' which means checked by other scientists to ensure the methods & conclusions are scientific. This is information your doctors consider as evidence. Let them have it!!

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05 May 2014

HEALTH: Fighting a Hard Battle... This Little Lady

The diagnosis is in ......Finally, after all these months and all these posts, I have an official diagnosis from a properly qualified medical professional
I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome......   Perhaps I should feel relief that I finally know what it is. Maybe I should be “staying positive” and looking to the future. But you know what? At the moment, I’m simply trying to come to terms with this new information – to process, digest, accept. And I promise you, it’s not always so easy.I suppose I should start by explaining a little about CFS. It’s an illness that many (including myself, before this happened) dismiss without knowing the facts. Perhaps it should be known as it’s full name – myalgic encephalomyelitis – as the common name is misleading. This is not just about being a bit more tired than usual. That would be perfectly manageable. No, this is an evil, debilitating disorder that pretty much removes your right to live a normal life. It takes away your right to choose what, where, when. Read more

Blood Tests: Why Test the Blood? Dr Charles Shepherd

The Medical Advisor to the ME Association, Dr Charles Shepherd, writes about the importance of blood testing prior to receiving a diagnosis, explains what each test means including for children, and considers when new tests might be necessary…
Human blood contains red cells, white cells, platelets and plasma. Red blood cells carry oxygen around the body – so a deficiency or abnormality will probably cause anaemia.
White blood cells help to fight off infections and respond to allergies. They are sub-divided into cells called basophils, eosinophils, lymphocytes and neutrophils – each with a slightly different function.
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04 May 2014

Petition | Please make our life saving injectable vitamin B12 (hydroxocobalamin) available over the counter. | Change.org

The majority of UK patients suffering from Vitamin B12 deficiency and auto immune pernicious anaemia (PA), are restricted to a ‘maintenance dose’ of just four B12 (hydroxocobalamin) injections per year. This is tragically under treating a serious and very common deficiency - and this is only if patients are fortunate enough to achieve a diagnosis.

B12 deficiency affects both sexes and all ages, but the general misconception is that it only affects women over 60. Many of us inherit this condition and in turn, so do our children.  

Hundreds of thousands of UK citizens are B12 deficient, there are many symptoms, many causes and it is commonly misdiagnosed. Vitamin B12 has no known toxicity, in fact it is used in huge quantities as a treatment for cyanide poisoning. You cannot overdose on B12 injections. 

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03 May 2014

Silicone Breast Implants and Injections - DoctorMyhill

There are many problems with implants, of which the most obvious is reaction at the time of insertion. The majority of women who have silicone implants do not seem to react to the silicone - the immune system ignores it. However, for an unfortunate few the immune system is activated against the silicone. This can cause problems immediately after implantation when the body tries to get rid of the silicone. It does this by throwing up a fibrous capsule around the implant which then contracts, trying to squeeze the implant out. This is akin to the mechanism by which the body gets rid of any foreign body that gets into it, such as a thorn. In this event the implant goes hard and becomes painful. Surgeons often treat this by crushing the breast between their hands, either to rupture the implant or break the pseudo-capsule. However, this often creates just more problems. This technique is called external capsulotomy.

However, the long term effects are far more malign. This stems from the fact that silicone cannot be broken down by any enzyme system in the body, is engulfed by macrophages, carried to distant sites by embolisation and there it acts as an immune adjuvant, stimulating immune activity. This means that these patients may suffer from multisystem disease

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02 May 2014

Breast Screening Facts - Breakthrough Breast Cancer

                     BREAST SCREENING - Your interactive guide to the benefits and risks of routine NHS breast screening

Getting an invitation to breast screening can raise many questions for women.
Explore our guide to get the answers by clicking the blue arrow. 

01 May 2014

80 Uses for Coconut Oil | Health Impact News

So what’s the deal with coconut oil?

Coconut Oil Health Benefits 80 Uses for Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil Is:
Antiviral Improves nutrient absorption

Personal Hygiene/Body

  • Moisturizer – simply scoop some out of the jar and apply all over your body, including neck and face.
  • Eye cream – apply under the eyes to reduce puffiness, bags, and wrinkles. Use on the lids in the evening.
  • Preshave – coconut oil will prep skin for the pending damage caused by shaving.
  • Aftershave – coconut oil will help heal your skin after shaving without clogging pores.
  • Deodorant – coconut oil alone can be used as a deodorant, but even more effective in combination with cornstarch/arrowroot powder and baking soda!
  • Hair Conditioner/Deep Treatment – use as a leave in hair conditioner by applying a teaspoon of coconut oil to your ends and then running your fingers through your hair to distribute the rest! For a deeper treatment, rub in a tablespoon of coconut oil onto your dry scalp and gently work through to the ends. Put a shower cap on to prevent transfer onto bed linens and leave on overnight.

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Explant Info | FAQ

What is Explant Info?

Explant Info is a support organization conceived and conceptualized by Lynne Hayes. Her life was turned upside down when she experienced breast implant issues. Lynne  hopes to make a difference in the lives of women and their families who have been affected by breast implant issues and illness as well.

What We Do?

We educate, empower and care!! The goal is to establish a foundation, raise money and distribute it to women who are unable to afford explant surgery. Once established we hope to provide monetary assistance for surgery costs. Having experienced explant surgery first hand , we understand and support you via our online group. We’re here to listen and help where we can.
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