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    Does anyone know anything about them? My mum is having one inserted next week.

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    My mum had one inserted in the late 90s which has since been removed. I will pm you later when my cranky 7 week old finally goes to sleep!

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    My mum had one inserted in the late 90s which has since been removed. I will pm you later when my cranky 7 week old finally goes to sleep!
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