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What is polypropylene string implant?

What is polypropylene string implant?

A wrinkle treatment: The use of barbed polypropylene, or prolene, sutures can be helpful in some cases to treat sagging skin or wrinkles. Frequently, however, the fix is only temporary, and can result in permanently visible ridges under the skin. ...Read more

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I've read about numerous cases of polypropylene mesh reactions resulting in cancer. Can years of chronic inflammation and foreign body reaction to polypropylene mesh in the body lead to cancer?

I've read about numerous cases of polypropylene mesh reactions resulting in cancer.  Can years of chronic inflammation and foreign body reaction to polypropylene mesh in the body lead to cancer?

I don't believe it: Go to the refereed medical literature and you'll find a single article from 2000 in an obscure german-language journal about the foreign-body reaction and idly conjecturing cancer promotion; i just ran a search of the nih data-base and there are no actual cases. This sort of thing in connective tissue is well-known to us pathologists and doesn't turn malignant. Stop reading internet junk. ...Read more

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What do polypropylene breast implants feel like? Are they safe?

What do polypropylene breast implants feel like? Are they safe?

Banned: By the FDA. Unsafe. They tend to have a natural feel but when they overgrow with fluid they feel too tense. ...Read more

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Sustonon, side effects?

Sustonon, side effects?

Sustanon: Sustanon is an anabolic steroid, side effects include breast development, hair loss, acne, depression, weight gain, low sperm count, and headache. There are a whole host of other side effects as well, available from the drug manufacturer. ...Read more

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Febuzex 40 side effects?

Febuzex 40 side effects?

Febutaz?: Perhaps febutaz? This is a gout medicine that goes by the name uloric in the us and febutaz in india. Side effects include nausea, diarrhea, headache, joint aches, abnormal liver tests & rash. No relation to the medicine has been found but there is a coincidental higher incidence of cardiovascular blockage with heart attack and stroke in patients on this medicine. Report any concern to doctor. ...Read more

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Side effects of ampiclox?

Side effects of ampiclox?

Side effects: Side effects with ampiclox can include: diarrhea, nausea, heartburn. Allergic reactions: skin rash, interstitial nephritis, vasculitis, exfoliative dermatitis, anaphylactic reaction. May develop ^ liver enzymes. It may impact patients with renal impairment, congestive heart failure or patients receiving allopurinol. ...Read more

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Side effects of oraboline?

Side effects of oraboline?

Steroid sideeffects: Oraboline is an anabolic steroid and has the same side effects as steroids. Furthermore, i dont know if its any longer available in the us. ...Read more

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Are there side effects to jayln?

Are there side effects to jayln?

Yes: There are potential side effects to any drug. Your doctor or pharmacist can provide you with a package insert that tells you what to watch out for. A common side effect is breast growth (gynecomastia), and taking it can make it more difficult if you ever need cataract surgery. ...Read more

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Side effects of taking ditecoke?

Side effects of taking ditecoke?

Many: Diet coke has aspartame or sucralose, both of which are toxins. Sucralose kills bowel flora because it is chlorinated sugar. Aspatame causes seizure activity in susceptible individuals. It converts to formaldehyde in the body effectively embalming your brain and liver. Phosphoric acid leaches bone calcium. Artificial sweeteners interfere with hunger signals in the brain. Need more? ...Read more

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What are the side effects of d&c?

What are the side effects of d&c?

D & C: Side-effects from anesthesia or instruments used, infections, uterine adhesions, uterus perforation, increase risk of complications in future pregnancies such as ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage. Please consult with your ob/gyn the risks/benefits involved. ...Read more