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Had BA 10 months ago on NHS now really worried :(

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Post by ClaireLeeds1988 on 29th August 2012, 5:52 pm

Hi girls
Sorry I've been away for so long but I really need your help!!

I had my BA in November, WAS chuffed to bits now I'm just in bits :'(
My left has recently developed an indentation from the middle right across to my nipple, my right falls down to the side when I lay on my back. I have an appointment to see my surgeon tomorrow but just wanted some advice from you lovely ladies :) I had crease incision and sub placement. I'm constantly aching and every now and then the left throbs like a stinging pain :(
Any advice will be appreciated xx
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Re: Had BA 10 months ago on NHS now really worried :(

Post by COOKIE on 29th August 2012, 6:00 pm

Welcome back Claire

The aching, throbbing and stinging sensations could still be due to your implants settling. It can take up to a year or more for our implants to fully settle babe. Your rightie falling to the side could be that it's dropped and settled before your leftie and therefore falls as a natural breast would now and your leftie still has time to catch up yet.

The indent across your leftie though I haven't got a clue about. Any indents on your breast should always be investigated though so you've absolutely done the right thing in going back to see your surgeon lovely.

Please let us know how you get on sweetheart. Hope it all goes well. xx

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Re: Had BA 10 months ago on NHS now really worried :(

Post by ClaireLeeds1988 on 29th August 2012, 6:03 pm

Hi Cookie :) long time no speak!

Thanks Hun, it's just he told me at consultation the placement on my frame will hold on my chest when I lay down and won't move (probably not worded that the best lol) I've done so much research cookie I've scared myself and just told myself I'm gonna be having revision surgery :( the Internet is good for lots of things including scaring you :/
I'll update you tomorrow on what he says xx
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Post by COOKIE on 29th August 2012, 6:14 pm

As you've already told yourself hun, it's best not to look too much into things hun, so try to stay positive until tomorrow.

Are your implants fully under the muscle Claire?

Partials 'generally' do hold the implants stable babe, but there are women on here with partials that have quite a lot of natural movement from them and it's just fine sweetie, honestly and do feel free to ask on the 'General Breast Aug' section of the forum if you think it may put your mind a little more at ease too.

Try and keep your chin up hun and just and wait and see what tomorrow brings. xx

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Post by ClaireLeeds1988 on 29th August 2012, 6:20 pm

No they're partial... It was similar looking to my left up until around 2 months ago and I didn't think anything of it it the time but earlier today I was at work and bent over to pick something up I had to go to the loo to move the implant, I could see down my top my implant had actually turned onto its side so I had to push it back... Wasn't nice at all so I'm thinking maybe the pocket is too big or it's come out of the pocket?
It was the dent that made me make the call but I'm going to tell him about the above too because it's on my right boob that doesn't have the dent.... Xx
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Post by ClaireLeeds1988 on 31st August 2012, 4:59 pm

Hey

Well I went back to see my surgeon yesterday, said it could be a number of things and I need to have a scan!! I know this sounds ungrateful but as with everything else on the NHS I have to wait :(

Don't know what to do!?

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Post by COOKIE on 31st August 2012, 5:28 pm

I'm so sorry you have to wait Claire

Hopefully all will be OK when you have your scan babe. The good news about having a BA is that none of the possible complications are life threatening Claire, so if the scan does pick something up at worst it would just need a re-op to make things right lovely, but that's the worst scenario. Fingers crossed all goes well .

Big hugs for you and I hope the scan date comes through for you very soon. xxx

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Post by sammi710 on 31st August 2012, 5:32 pm

Awww thats rubbish , hopefully you won't have to wait too Long for everything to be fixed xxx
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Post by ClaireLeeds1988 on 31st August 2012, 5:49 pm

Thanks girls.

I'm taking co-codamol tablets at the mo but ringing Dr's first thing Monday for something stronger because they're not really doing much :( I asked the pharmacist if I could buy anything stronger and he said no (which I knew anyway but just preyed something new had come out), he actually suggested if the pain doesnt settle over the weekend to take myself to a&e and they'll have to do something if they can see I'm on the scan waiting list.

Suppose I'll just have to sit it out and maybe chase my surgeons secretary late next week if not heard anything?? I'm back to sleeping with my v pillow and I feel worse now than I did after I had my BA... I'm starting to regret it in a way :(

Thanks again though girls xxx
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Post by COOKIE on 31st August 2012, 5:56 pm

Awww don't feel like that lovely I had a ruptured implant that caused me terrible pain and had to get that fixed and I had a long wait due to problems with the clinic and after care, but even though it wasn't the best time I ever had, I don't ever regret having the surgery and I'm sure when the problem is fixed you'll be happy too

Whenever you feel so bad, always look back to your pre-op pics Claire and remember the reasons why you had the surgery in the first place, I know that always makes me feel better. xx

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Post by sparkyleeds on 31st August 2012, 7:57 pm

Aww Claire,so sorry to hear whats happened!,At least you have got the ball rolling and are getting checked out,i hope you dont have to wait long for your scan! I had my BA done 2 days before you i think and one of mine drops to the side abit when i lay down,i had partials too!,plus one seems to have dropped a little more than the other!,try not to worry claire as cookie says everything can be fixed if they need fixing! Its nice to see you on here again ,just a shame your having problems! Let us know how you get on! love sparkyxxx
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Post by *Alice* on 1st September 2012, 8:40 pm

Sorry to read you're having such a bad time ClaireLeeds, I hope you can get an answer soon.. I can't imagine the stress you must be under in not knowing and the physical pain won't be helping.

Just keep looking at the light at the end of the tunnel, one way or another this will get sorted and the discomfort won't last forever. Hug xx
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Post by kay on 1st September 2012, 9:05 pm

Sending you big hugs hun xx

How you feeling today? xx

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Post by mistyhoney on 19th October 2012, 8:59 am

Hey Claire! how are you feelng now? any date yet for the scan? i haven't been on here for Months Blush ive ben having a few problems with my lefty but more with it not settling and still being up high and can still feel the actual implant, my right is perfect and looks and feels so natural! Im now almost 6months pregnant so having to wait until after March to go back to see my surgeon about getting it sorted as i dont think its going to move now as that will be a year on the 25th Oct Shocked hope you get something sorted!
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Post by Emilycornwall on 19th October 2012, 9:07 am

Hi, hope your feeling better, spoke about it on here a few time with various people and codeine is not the best. I went to my gp the other day and she gave me zapain, 30mg codein 500mg paracetamol and taking it with diclifenac sodium, the results are so much better on this as I feel them working, such a relief to be getting sleep now.
Really feel for you lovely, fingers crossed for you xxx
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