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I Am About 11 Months Since My Bilateral Implants. They Don’t Feel Normal, I Understand That, But I Have One Side A Little Firmer.

I Am About 11 Months Since My Bilateral Implants. They Don’t Feel Normal, I Understand That, But I Have One Side A Little Firmer.

Plastic surgeon put me on Singulair in an attempt to soften it. Mmmm, not so much. So should I expect this implant to be replaced? It also is a bit higher. I dread the thought of another surgery as this would be my 4th in less than 18 months. I just had a parathyroid removed.

A MyBCTeam Member said:

Read up on capsular contracture - might be a possibility. Hugs 💕

posted 3 days ago
A MyBCTeam Member said:

I am 5 weeks out from having my reconstruction surgery. I am feeling pretty good. I'm very happy with how things are turning out. However, I do have to have another surgery. My reconstructed breast still has the "flap", is larger than my real one, and at the ends of my scar, there are kind of like handles that will also be fixed. THEN I'LL BE DONE....GOD WILLING, with cancer.

posted about 23 hours ago
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