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Post by MissCET on 27th December 2013, 11:50 am

Hey girls,


The last few days i have been much less sore, so have been a little more back to normal...although still taking it easy.

However i find even with gentle activity i get so breathless. It's like i'm struggling to get enough air into my lungs. My bra is not too tight, and i don't have a cold or anything. I made the mistake of googling it, and saw other ladies saying the same thing and it drove them to explant...they blamed the pressure of the implants. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm hoping it will ease off soon :0(

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Post by Jenpops on 27th December 2013, 12:46 pm

I've noticed that I get out if breath when talking! And my chest felt heavy and tight. We'll I did a few days ago. Seems to be better now I come to think of it. 

Hopefully it'll pass soon for you xx
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Post by MissCET on 27th December 2013, 12:58 pm

Thanks Jen, that's reassuring that i'm not the only one i'm hoping it will pass - it's like a horrible crushing feeling on my chest! I hope all is well with you and you had a lovely xmas xxx
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Post by COOKIE on 27th December 2013, 1:00 pm

At just 10days post-op, excessive tiredness is VERY NORMAL hun. 

I honestly wouldn't worry about it. You have just put your body through major surgery and its going to take 'time' to recover - 10 days is nothing babe. It can take months to get over this.

In almost 8,000 women we have had come through Breast Buddies cyber path...not a single one has suffered any permanent tiredness and after their recovery they ALL return to normal living. Xx

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Post by MissCET on 27th December 2013, 1:14 pm

Thanks Cookie, i guess because i'm feeling less sore i hoped i would be more capable by now...even doing the smallest task makes me feel like i've run a marathon! I'll take it a bit easier and hopefully the breathlessness will pass. 
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Post by COOKIE on 27th December 2013, 1:29 pm

It will. 

Even at 6 weeks, some women expect to get right back to the gym and back at their fitness level they were pre-op - not gonna happen!

Our bodies NEED to recover and its what's going on on the inside that's needing the TLC. So slow and steady and you do get to where you need to be.

You 'honestly' do get back to normality hun. Xxx

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Post by MissCET on 27th December 2013, 1:46 pm

That's made me feel much better, thank you xxx
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Post by Jenpops on 27th December 2013, 3:00 pm

Glad you're feeling reassured now. It can be scary this post ba lark!

Ive had a good Christmas thanks. Hope you have too xx
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Post by msc2013 on 27th December 2013, 3:37 pm

Hope your feeling better now MissCET .....
I get breathless just thinking about my op so I'm worried what I'll be like after ! x
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Post by COOKIE on 27th December 2013, 4:38 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:That's made me feel much better, thank you xxx
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Post by tinkerbell24 on 27th December 2013, 5:21 pm

yip Im 5 weeks post op on Monday coming and my tiredness is still quite bad but think that its all to do with the time of year it is and I was 10 days post op last xmas day too xx
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Post by MissCET on 27th December 2013, 5:50 pm

Thanks Tink, i hope you had a good christmas and are feeling happier about things.

It's not so much tiredness, it's a tightness and shortness of breath. I have been resting, so i'm really hoping it's all related to post-op tiredness/healing etc and it eases off xxx
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Post by blondie12 on 27th December 2013, 5:56 pm

My advice,not google your symptoms..  I used to do t and you can only scare yourself..

Just ask on this forum and everyone will share ther experiences xx
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Post by MissCET on 27th December 2013, 6:03 pm

Totally agree...Google is a blessing and a curse sometimes! I'm going to try and stop thinking about it, focussing on my breathing is probably making it worse! xxx
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Post by Jenpops on 27th December 2013, 6:07 pm

It's weird as I had about half hour of the tight chest and only able to take short breaths earlier! 

My boobs were quite hard then too! They're a bit softer now! PS did say earlier that boobs will go hard then soft then hard and soft again! Maybe that's linked to breathing bit x
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Post by COOKIE on 27th December 2013, 7:02 pm

They'll go hard when you do a little more than you should babe. 

Just your body's way of telling you to slow down and take things easy. Xx

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Post by tinkerbell24 on 27th December 2013, 7:32 pm

mine also went harder when I had been in wires for a day xx
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Post by Jenpops on 27th December 2013, 7:56 pm

Wires? X
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Post by missindependant88 on 27th December 2013, 8:03 pm

Miss CET, I'm now 5 weeks and had shortness of breath probably for the first 2 maybe a little longer, was really quite worried as I'm a fitness instructor, didn't think I would get out of breath but realised it's just coz your body has taken a hell of a shock. Im asthmatic too but haven't needed to take inhaler for a long time until post BA. Like you I was worried but it didn't last long and now I don't suffer at all, even getting up the stairs I was out of breath! don't worry it will pass, just takes a little time. I think it's down to the skin stretching and the additional weight  Give You xxx
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Post by tinkerbell24 on 27th December 2013, 8:09 pm

sorry wired bras xx
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Post by COOKIE on 27th December 2013, 8:54 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Wires? X
They're what her hubby ties her to the bed with Jen!  Hysterical

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Post by Jenpops on 27th December 2013, 8:58 pm

Hysterical I did wonder  coffee screen X
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Post by MissCET on 27th December 2013, 9:33 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Miss CET, I'm now 5 weeks and had shortness of breath probably for the first 2 maybe a little longer, was really quite worried as I'm a fitness instructor, didn't think I would get out of breath but realised it's just coz your body has taken a hell of a shock. Im asthmatic too but haven't needed to take inhaler for a long time until post BA. Like you I was worried but it didn't last long and now I don't suffer at all, even getting up the stairs I was out of breath! don't worry it will pass, just takes a little time. I think it's down to the skin stretching and the additional weight  Give You xxx

Thank you for taking the time to reply, it's so scary post BA...you wonder if you'll ever feel 'normal'. Apart from the breathlessness all's good, so i'm hoping it will pass soon. Thanks again for the reassurance  Give You xxx
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Post by tinkerbell24 on 27th December 2013, 9:37 pm

lol cookie shust dont tell my bedroom secrets!! lol xx
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Post by Blueeyedsoul13 on 29th December 2013, 4:40 pm

lool cookie and tink!

but yeah i did have the tightness and shortness of breath too early post ba, but it does pass! :) 
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