That is, unless that deceased person had silicone breast implants, in which case they also leave behind sticky goo that one unlucky crematory worker has to scrape off the machinery. Caitlin Doughty, 31, a Los Angeles-based mortician who answers the tough questions on her sometimes morbid, often funny, and always fascinating YouTube channel Ask A Mortician , revealed what really happens to fake breasts after you die in a particularly interesting episode. When a corpse is subjected to the 1,degree Fahrenheit heat, all of its organic matter, besides the bones, burn up and disappear. But silicone implants withstand the heat, melting down to a gooey substance that requires some extra clean-up for cremation technicians. Scroll down for video The big details: Caitlin Doughty, a Los Angeles-based mortician, revealed what happens to silcione breast implants during cremation in her YouTube series, Ask A Mortician Well isn't that nice:
Symptoms or diagnosis of fibromyalgia Symptoms or diagnosis of lyme Common autoimmune symptoms or diagnoses: Breast implants commonly affect the following systems: These microorganisms produce metabolites which are toxic to us known as biotoxins. Breast implants are large foreign bodies that interfere and weaken the immune system, triggering immune dysfunction and often auto-immune symptoms.