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Diagnosed with CC any advice?

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Diagnosed with CC any advice?

Post by Rachaelf on 14th March 2011, 1:17 pm

I've just been diagnosed with CC, I had an urgent referal through my GP to the breast clinic (NHS) as my left boob went very firm, painful, tender & hot very quickly, this all started on 12th February. I was given two courses of antibiotics and treated for mastitis, I did not respond to the AB's. I never had any problems with my boob before this and having been scared silly that it was something else, mainly due to my G.P.'s reaction I think, I was almost relieved that's it's CC.

I have contacted my PS and am waiting to see him, he is waiting for the letter from the breast clinic. I have Nagor textured overs, I was told that I would not need to massage them as they are textured, but have now been advised by my PS to quadrant massage until I see him, which I have been doing with a passion. My boob seems to relax a little when I massage it and firms up again when I leave it alone. I really hope that I can beat this with massage and not have to go through another operation, I don't handle general anaesthetic very well.

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Re: Diagnosed with CC any advice?

Post by littlewisher on 14th March 2011, 2:29 pm

Sorry to hear your having problems and are in pain,hopefully the massage will work. Good luck and hope your feeling better xxxxx
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