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Three weeks out of surgery tomorrow. I had to go back to the doctor today to get some anabiotic‘s. I have a small travel agent business and I’ve been referring my customers to a friend of mine. Today I had a good customer wanting to re-book a trip she couldn’t take in 2020. So I was on the computer for about 2 1/2 hours. Unfortunately my Mastectomy was on my right side, and now I am a little sore. My doctor didn’t give me any exercise to do at home so basically I haven’t been using that arm. Did… read more
My doctors had me doing exercises the next day after my mastectomy while I was still in the hospital. They had me raising my arm up above my head as far as I could go so that I could keep the… read more
I asked the same thing when I came here. It does get better! My last chemo was September 9. Slowly but surely my energy is returning. I just had my lumpectomy and axillary dissection on the 6th… read more
I have some how flipped my implant again, does anyone know a way to prevent this? I know very odd but I am tired of being the odd one. I am the 1 in 8 with breast cancer the 10% with a mutation which is a odd one so 2% of those 10 and now the 5% who flips implants. So tired of being special, just want to be normal and boring.
I wore the first few months because felt better when had expanders but once got implants and they healed I started skipping night time. I went back to sports bra at night after second flipbut didn't… read more
I have seen all these young women under 40 with this horrible diagnosis but wondering how they are diagnosed? I have a chek2 mutation and my daughters are 33 and 30 and have been told don't need mammogram till 35. Ofcourse my worse fear is one of them having to go thru this .
I’ve been looking all over the Internet and haven’t found an answer. I had a Mastectomy on one side six days ago. The site was covered with dermabond. Incision was flat and nice until I woke up this morning and noticed parts of the incision site are raised and red. Should I be concerned? Should I call the doctor? Thank you for your help