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Trouble... WITH CAPITAL Ds

THIS woman had no idea that her breast implants were the reason for the endless list of symptoms that made her feel like she was dying – even her doctor was stumped and suggested she take antibiotics for life.

Arbonne district manager Sandra Luesse, 37, from Berlin, Germany, who is now living in California, US, felt that society valued large breasts and that they were seen as beautiful.

“I was always on the fence about getting implants, but I pulled the trigger in 2016,” says Sandra. “I thought bigger breasts are what society viewed as beautiful and I just wanted to look ‘perfect’.”

After years of toying with the idea,

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