Helpful Advice Links

If you're unhappy with your GP and you wish to make a formal complaint, use this  template letter to help you do so. 


If you are making a legal claim for compensation & damages, our medical records are evidence The Data Protection Act gives you the right to see your health records by making a subject access request. So we advise you to get hold of your medical notes from your clinic, doctors and your hospital , anything that you think is pip related . Follow the link to find out how 


PIP Information

 ** Did you pay for your PIP surgery with a credit card? **    If you paid for your surgery with a credit card, please contact a solicitor & enquire about making a claim. We know some women have received settlements if their surgery was paid for with a credit card.
For them that are claiming from your partners card worth having a read of this

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Breast Implant Info Web sites 

A Woman's Guide to Breast Augmentation, Implants and Breast Health .ImplantInfo is one of the most extensive breast augmentation guides available. Since 1998, we have been offering women the latest information on cosmetic procedures for the breast including: augmentation, lift, reduction, and reconstructive surgery. 


Recommended reading  

Silicone Gel Breast Implants  - The Report of the Independent Review Group
I was very happy with the results as my new breasts looked very natural.  However, within a few months of that surgery, I gained 15 pounds .This was the very first side effect I encountered but I had no idea at the time that the weight gain was caused from my breast implants.  At the time, the weight gain made me very happy since I had always felt too thin and could never gain weight.  So, for the first time in my life, I had curves.

After finally getting my big beautiful new breasts
After time I had grown so accustom to my full well rounded breasts, I forgot that I even had implants. Every time I looked at myself in the mirror I was thrilled that my breasts looked plump again. Six years passed by and I gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. My son and my two little girls were all three very healthily. We were happy and busy taking on all life's challenges. As time went, on I developed a few more problems like TMJ and bursitis to go along with the other strange problems I had; but I still looked good. I was happy with my life and my young family.

Worth Watching 

 A great film that was done for Lifetime TV about the breast implant issue nearly 9 years ago. Two distinctly different women. Two very separate struggles. One united fight. 
is a must see documentary story of everyday women who find themselves and their breasts in the tangled and confusing intersection of money, science, health and beauty. This film reveals that the conversation on breast implants is far more complex than simple pros and cons. The real conversation–the most important and most challenging–rests with us as viewers and the everyday choices we all make in an appearance obsessed culture.