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"Playboy" dibinātāja Hjū Hefnera 30 gadus vecā sieviņa Kristāla (attēlā agrāk un tagad) jūnijā samazināja krūtis – viņai tika izņemti implanti. Daiļava saviem faniem vēsta, ka jau apradusi ar jaunajām formām un jūtas neizsakāmi laimīga.

To, ka Kristāla atbrīvojusies no krūšu implantiem, viņa saviem sociālo tīklu sekotājiem pavēstīja šovasar. Hefnera sieva ziņoja, ka mākslīgie apaļumi viņu pamazām indējuši.

Kā atklāja Kristāla, implantu dēļ viņai bieži bijusi nelaba dūša. Mākslīgo apaļumu dēļ viņas organisms nav panesis dažādus ēdienus un dzērienus.

Tāpat viņai bieži sāpējusi mugura, bijuši atmiņas zudumi, mati izskatījušies neveselīgi un auguši ļoti lēni, organisma imunitāte bijusi novājināta. Sievieti nomocījušas vēl daudzas citas kaites.

Modele, kuras krūtis tika palielinātas pirms astoņiem gadiem, ilgu laiku centusies ignorēt veselības problēmas, jo tieši mākslīgie apaļumi bijuši tie, kas viņai dzīvē palīdzējuši izsisties.

Tiesa, šī gada pirmajā pusē veselība strauji pasliktinājusies – bijušas dienas, kad viņa nav varējusi piecelties no gultas. Visbeidzot viņa nolēmusi implantus izņemt.

Kā savos sociālajos tīklos ziņo Kristāla, tas bijis viens no labākajiem lēmumiem viņas dzīvē. Šobrīd daiļava jūtas labāk nekā jebkad agrāk. Viņas veselība uzlabojusies, un, lai gan Hefnera sievas krūtis kļuvušas pieticīgākas, viņa nekautrējas valkāt bikini un tērpus ar dziļu dekoltē izgriezumu.

My Breast Implants Slowly Poisoned Me Intolerance to foods and beverages, unexplained back pain, constant neck and shoulder pain, cognitive dysfunction (brain fog, memory loss), stunted hair growth, incapacitating fatigue, burning bladder pain, low immunity, recurring infections and problems with my thyroid and adrenals. The mildest of those symptoms started a few years back. The aches, the bladder pain, brain fog, fatigue. I ignored it, labeling myself a hypochondriac, despite truly worrying that there was something wrong with me. I joked about losing my memory to age, and about getting "lazy". I began to cancel appointments and shoots because everything exhausted me. Before everything went downhill I was at the gym five days a week, and always shooting and working. I've had days in 2016 when I couldn't get out of bed. I've felt such despair knowing life was happening all around me but I couldn't participate. I had to miss my Summer DJ residency at my favorite Vegas spot, the Rehab pool at The Hard Rock Hotel. The fatigue was so severe that I could barely leave the house or drive. I was afraid to get up there in front of a crowd and go blank with brain fog. I had a bunch of spare photos that have enabled me to stay active on social media for the last six months. I've tried to keep a facade of normalcy while working to figure out what was going on with my body. Once I became allergic to most every food, had intolerable pain, developed stomach issues and night sweats, I began to research. I found a holistic doctor (Dr. Farshid Rahbar) and was tested for everything. After I was diagnosed with Lyme disease and toxic mold, I posted about it on social media. I began to receive comments saying that my symptoms resembled "Breast Implant Illness." I found a Breast Implant Illness website and Facebook group with almost 3,000 members. My symptoms matched theirs. Over time, implants (both silicone and saline) break down and wreak havoc on your body. The shell on silicone and saline implants is comprised of silicone and over 40 other toxic chemicals... (continued in link in bio)

A photo posted by Crystal Hefner (@crystalhefner) on Jul 19, 2016 at 9:13am PDT

Somewhere along the Santa Monica mountains ⛰ #roadtrip

A photo posted by Crystal Hefner (@crystalhefner) on Aug 27, 2016 at 6:34pm PDT

@langhampasadena 🖼 romper by @forloveandlemons 💕 photo by @brandonsloter. More in my blog, link in bio 👆🏼

A photo posted by Crystal Hefner (@crystalhefner) on Aug 23, 2016 at 11:32am PDT

West coast ☼ ❥❥

A photo posted by Crystal Hefner (@crystalhefner) on Aug 12, 2016 at 11:09am PDT

Throwing it back to my first shoot post implants. It has been about two months now and I'm still healing and getting my energy back. I've started exploring around with locations and fashion and creating blog posts for you guys to share my adventures with me. Will be posting tons of photos on my blog along with all my new outfits I can now fit in that I wasn't able to before. My blog is now up at Also I've received thousands of messages from women who think their implants may be making them sick. I suggest visiting and there are also many implant illness groups on Facebook for support. I've been also asked who my implant removal doctor was. I went to I believe she is the best in the country at what she does. She performs a total capsulectomy / en bloc procedure to remove not only the implants but the entire scar tissue surrounding it that also becomes filled with toxins. I want to make it clear that my implants were not leaking and did not rupture. Even though they were saline (salt water) the shell was still silicone mixed with over 40 other toxic chemicals. Over 8 years the chemicals ruined my immune system (made me more susceptible to the Lyme disease I now have), gave me auto immune diseases (Hashimoto's, etc) and hindered my overall mood, health, and well being. I want to bring awareness to not just breast implants, but all implants. Whatever is not natural in your body will over time break down and could make you very sick. This includes face and body fillers, Botox, etc. I hope you all enjoy the new direction of my page and look out for a bunch of new blog posts this coming week ❤️ -Crystal

A photo posted by Crystal Hefner (@crystalhefner) on Aug 7, 2016 at 11:37am PDT

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