Well, That F*cked Me Up! Surviving Life Changing Events.

S4 E17: Sarah's Story - Surviving Breast Implant Illness

May 02, 2024 Luke Colson and Kyle Wise Season 4 Episode 17
S4 E17: Sarah's Story - Surviving Breast Implant Illness
Well, That F*cked Me Up! Surviving Life Changing Events.
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Well, That F*cked Me Up! Surviving Life Changing Events.
S4 E17: Sarah's Story - Surviving Breast Implant Illness
May 02, 2024 Season 4 Episode 17
Luke Colson and Kyle Wise

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Sarah Bussey was fighting a hidden illness that doctors simply could not diagnose. In her mid thirties, she was losing he hair, gaining weight, having seizures, and coming out in rashes and pain all over her body. She was bed ridden and thought she was dying, and even more heartbreaking, so did her three young children. Despite numerous doctors telling her that her illness would have nothing to do with her Breast Implants, and multiple bloods and check ups, it wasn't until a chance dinner meeting with a friend of a friend, where she would find out just how real 'Breast Implant Illness' was. She was told first hand by someone who had nearly died, and the reality suddenly kicked in! She booked an appointment with someone she trusted, someone who understood the condition was real (as many doctors dismissed this) and had them removed after a number of years. The details of what they found are not for the faint hearted, and this podcast episode comes with a content warning, but must be listened too! Sarah's recovery started immediately, and he journey through her physical and mental trauma is an amazing one! Thank you Sarah for your bravery in sharing this very personal story!

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Sarah Bussey was fighting a hidden illness that doctors simply could not diagnose. In her mid thirties, she was losing he hair, gaining weight, having seizures, and coming out in rashes and pain all over her body. She was bed ridden and thought she was dying, and even more heartbreaking, so did her three young children. Despite numerous doctors telling her that her illness would have nothing to do with her Breast Implants, and multiple bloods and check ups, it wasn't until a chance dinner meeting with a friend of a friend, where she would find out just how real 'Breast Implant Illness' was. She was told first hand by someone who had nearly died, and the reality suddenly kicked in! She booked an appointment with someone she trusted, someone who understood the condition was real (as many doctors dismissed this) and had them removed after a number of years. The details of what they found are not for the faint hearted, and this podcast episode comes with a content warning, but must be listened too! Sarah's recovery started immediately, and he journey through her physical and mental trauma is an amazing one! Thank you Sarah for your bravery in sharing this very personal story!

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