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For those of you awaiting re-ops...

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Post by hattie260 on 14th November 2010, 1:06 pm

It's sooooo true that you recover much quicker the second time round!

I had a good recovery the first time round but I was still anxious about how I would feel this time.

I am now on day 4 - the last painkiller I had was yesterday morning and I simply haven't needed anymore, I have been up and about shopping yesterday and out today (OH carried things though!).

I am not going to lie to you the first day and night was as sore as the first time but once I got past the first day it has been a breeze!

Just thought this would be a bit of reassurance to those of you awaiting re-ops for one reason or another.

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Post by COOKIE on 14th November 2010, 1:10 pm

Can't say I had the same experience Hattie. Infact I had a much worse recovery from my re-op, but then I did have a much more invasive surgery second time around. In general thoughI know women do have a much better recovery with re-ops.

Glad you did hun Hug


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Post by kay on 14th November 2010, 1:11 pm

Glad you are having a good time of Hattie xx Take it easy hun and don't do too much xx

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Post by hattie260 on 14th November 2010, 1:13 pm

Oh sorry to hear that Cooks, do you thnk it is because you had an uplift too the second time? x
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Post by COOKIE on 14th November 2010, 1:16 pm

hattie260 wrote:Oh sorry to hear that Cooks, do you thnk it is because you had an uplift too the second time? x

Possibly, I don't think having lymph nodes removed and having a full capsulectomy and a lot of cleaning out due to the rupture helped either LOL

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Post by hattie260 on 14th November 2010, 1:18 pm

Yes I suppose I have been lucky in that it was just a basic shift about and cut here and there for me as opposed to a full clean out etc.
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Post by Vix on 15th November 2010, 8:26 pm

Glad to hear your recovery is going well Hattie, i had a similar experience and i am very grateful, i was very mobile after the op and i came round well from the GA. I found i didnt need the painkillers after about 3 days and although i was sore found the recovery time much quicker. I was also very happy it didnt take long for them to drop second time round. My recovery has gone well, although i think it would have gone even better had i not started smoking again xx
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Post by Breasticles on 15th November 2010, 9:51 pm

Glad to hear you are still healing well Hattie

Hope my recovery will be just as good.

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Post by Bumble on 16th November 2010, 7:42 pm

cookie wrote:
hattie260 wrote:Oh sorry to hear that Cooks, do you thnk it is because you had an uplift too the second time? x

Possibly, I don't think having lymph nodes removed and having a full capsulectomy and a lot of cleaning out due to the rupture helped either LOL

Glad it's not just me then, had my lymph nodes out too and that's been more of a pain than the boobs really.. the dressing on my neck keeps pulling which has left me with blisters so we've had to cut the sticky bit down but then it happens again... eugh! Did you also get bad swelling under your arm where you had them out?
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Post by COOKIE on 16th November 2010, 8:15 pm

Bumble wrote:Did you also get bad swelling under your arm where you had them out?

I did from the lymph node removal, yes hun, and my arm kept going stiff, I was told to try and raise the arm and to shrug my shoulders and also to squeeze a ball in my hand throughout the day to keep the stiffness at bay, this did help alot. xxx

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Post by *Sally* on 17th November 2010, 4:15 pm

Glad you're feeling well Hattie.

I had same experience - no problems at all second time around.

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