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Post by Karen27 on 26th August 2011, 11:45 am

I have just had surgery on the NHS, i had an implant in one and an uplift on the other. However I am very confused as was not told very much about aftercare. :/! How long should i leave the bra on that i left the hospital with? Its been three days now?



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Re: Post surgery on the NHS

Post by misf1 on 26th August 2011, 12:15 pm

Do you have a check up soon hun?
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Post by RoxyChick on 26th August 2011, 3:57 pm

Might be worth calling the surgeon or the surgeon's PA just to confirm in writing the aftercare you're entitled to, and for how long after surgery it's valid. I'm unsure how it works on the NHS

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Post by alfie on 26th August 2011, 5:35 pm

Give them a call like roxy has said hun. I would have thought they should have given you an aftercare leaflet. xx

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Post by Karen27 on 26th August 2011, 9:31 pm

Hmm it just seems to be a basic aftercare of all types of surgery! Got a check up next week! I dunno whether to change it coz its extremely uncomfortable :/! I'll try ringing tomorrow!



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Re: Post surgery on the NHS

Post by Paulzer on 18th September 2011, 8:33 pm

Hi Karen - keen to hear how you are getting on luv?? Im booked in for BA on NHS this Friday and only had very general pre-op info provided. would love to know your experiances and how you are getting on post-op? Px
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Post by Karen27 on 19th September 2011, 6:51 pm

Hello, I am doing well :)! Haven't had any problems really. Yeah i was sore for the first few days but went back to work just 6 days later, don't know if this is advised haha. It will honestly be the best thing u do :) If u have any questions just ask :) x
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Post by alfie on 19th September 2011, 6:54 pm

It's nice to hear you're doing well Karen. Take care. xx

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Post by Paulzer on 19th September 2011, 8:27 pm

oh wow karen, im pleased to hear you had a quick recovery, im really worried!! im meant to be at uni the week after mine and hoping i'll be able (to carry books!) and also able to drive.. I know everyones different but im a worrier so starting to get anxious about it all! Px
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