Ana Zigenhorn from Florida in 2011 began, for unknown reasons gain weight, and her life soon turned into a hell. The doctors were unable to discover the cause of the disease until they open the patient’s chest and found – mold.
Zigenhorn, otherwise healthy mother of two children, after gaining weight began to lose her vision; she was feeling a burning pain and sores all over her body. Eight months could not speak – instead knocked messages and written on a chalkboard.
She was visiting doctors, but no expert could determine what the cause of the disease was. Lupus, arthritis and problems with the thyroid were quickly extinguished and there seemed to be no solution until Dr. Susan Kolb, author of “The Naked Truth about Breast Implants,” did not point out that the health condition of the patient could distort the mold around the silicone implants. As soon as the implants were removed, the symptoms began to recede.
Zigerhorn still keeps a video on her phone, which shows what was in her body. She believes that the content of the implant, which contained a mold, pouring for years into her body.
This is not the only case of this kind – Half Blade from Kentucky argues that experienced a similar scenario. While a spokesman for the US Food and Drug Administration states that there have been no similar complaints in connection with implants, according to him, implants still should be changed from time to time.
Doctor Kolb, on the other hand, claims that she has cured thousands of patients suffering from the same type of injury and recommends patients that implants should be changed every 8 to 15 years.