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Managing MCS
Silicone implants
with William J. Rea, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.E.M.


Environmental Health

Dear Dr. Rea,
I began having symptoms in August 2009 and was diagnosed in January 2010 with chemical sensitivity. I plan on coming to your facility this summer. I am 50 years old and have had saline breast implants since 1999. Do I need to have them removed and should I have them removed before coming to your facility or should I have them removed there?


Dr. Rea’s response:
Yes, I do recommend you remove them. We know an experienced plastic surgeon that can remove them in Dallas.

William J. Rea, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.E.M.
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Comments

  • Rosanne

    October 6, 2011 at 8:38 am

    Please can someone suggest help for me.. I`a desperate.
    I have been living with chronic face & some head pain.
    Not headaches. Although sometimes I do get migranes.
    The face and head pain has been unbearable for 12 yrs.
    Nobody has a real grasp of it. Multiple dx`s. I because
    sensitive to over the counter pain relievers. When I say sensitive. The pain medication backfires and makes the pain worse than ever on scale of 1-10 it goes to 11.
    I began tramadol and it helped a tad early on but now I can`t use that either. Another pain reliever. Also Benedryl for sleep. I develop this reaction where my entire head and face becomes so painful. Today I have taken nothing. I feel like my skull is on fire.. Help me if you can. I need to be able to sleep and have some kind of life. I don`t want to live like this.. feeling desperate.
    I have had muliple exposures.. breast implants, mold,
    heavy metals…

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