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Re: Breathlessness post BA

Post by Greenbananas on 30th December 2013, 9:00 am

Yeah I had this. Especially trying to walk too fast, though it has gone now. I think it was a mixture between the pressure of the implants and trying not to breathe too heavily and exert my chest muscles in case it hurt and consequently ending up gasping for breath. 


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Post by MissCET on 31st December 2013, 9:41 am

Thanks everyone! It has definately eased off now.

I've been so aware of my chest the last few weeks and my breathing, so focussing on it has probably made it worse. My boobs are really starting to feel my own now, and i've found my breathing has improved. Thanks for all your kind messages and advice, it really helped  Hug xx
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Post by COOKIE on 31st December 2013, 11:25 am

Oh that is good news hun - the unknown can be a frightening thing, so I'm glad you're feeling much better now  Hug

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Re: Breathlessness post BA

Post by MrsF on 28th November 2015, 5:46 pm

So glad I found this thread as I was freaking out! I am so breathless! Glad orhers have had this and it has eased off.
This thread was months ago so I dont expect anyone to get back to me haha! Just thanks for sharing xxxx
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Re: Breathlessness post BA

Post by Bumble101 on 28th November 2015, 8:25 pm

I've been exactly the same. The more out of breath I got the more paniced I got which then jist made it even worse. Luckily I had my 9day post op meeting with my surgeon yesterday who confirmed everything was looking perfect etc and that I had probably just been working myself up and making myself more anxious. Apparently I was being too protective of my lovely new assets because I was so worried something might go wrong with them. I've been told to get back to normal around the house except for heavy lifting and driving. 
Hope it eases soon for you Xx
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Post by Mammamia on 28th November 2015, 11:22 pm

My surgeon told me I'd feel tight chested post op which may feel like breathlessness. He said it was important to try and take deep breaths instead of shallow breathing to keep your chest clear and prevent any chest infections.
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Re: Breathlessness post BA

Post by Carrierowland on 29th November 2015, 6:45 pm

I was a bit like this. Just take your time and don't panick xx
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