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Post by saraj776 on 15th June 2014, 8:44 pm

Hi all

Haven't been on here for ages and totally forgot how to work so fingers crossed I'm doing it right :)
Anyways I'm now nearly 9 months post op and not happy with results have been back to see surgeon many times and at today's appointment after breaking down in tears has said he would reposition the right breast implant, has anyone has this done and can let me know what to expect ? Pain?recovery? And anything else that might be useful

Thanks :) xx
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Post by COOKIE on 15th June 2014, 9:01 pm

Welcome back Sara  wavey 

When you say 'reposition the implant' do you mean a 'pocket revision' to position the implant higher/lower on your breast?

If you do then its a pretty straight forward op with a pretty quick recovery. You'll be just fine Sara. Xx

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Post by saraj776 on 15th June 2014, 10:03 pm

Hi thanks for the reply
I presume that's what he's planning on doing as I have one breast that has dropped lower than the other, my head was such a mess At today's appointment I
didn't really take much in :( , still in shock he agreed to a revision op x
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Post by mrsball on 22nd June 2014, 8:13 pm

Sorry to hear you have to have revision, I've had pocket revision for bottoming out where the implant dropped too far also. 
It was a quicker more painless recovery. Good luck when have you got it booked for? Xx

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Post by saraj776 on 22nd June 2014, 9:02 pm

Hi

I'm booked in for the 30th august but have yet to receive conformation letter so won't hold my breath in case they change there mind
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Post by TinyScarecrow on 21st September 2014, 7:37 am

Hi Sara, how did you pocket revision go? I think this is what i am going to need, my implant has bottomed out also x

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Post by saraj776 on 21st September 2014, 1:59 pm

Hi I had to change the date as Bf couldn't get time off work I'm booked in for the 27th sep so not long will let you know how I get on, have you seen your surgeon about the problem? X
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Post by TinyScarecrow on 21st September 2014, 2:06 pm

Hi Sara,

No not yet, only realised it had happened Friday, have been left all weekend in panic as the office is not open until tomorrow :z i really hope i can see someone tomorrow so i can understand how to move forward with it.

Great news about you :) hopefully its the same for me, i shall keep you posted and please keep me / us posted too x

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Post by saraj776 on 21st September 2014, 2:15 pm

How long PO are you?
Hate the feeling when you know something ain't right but there's nothing you can do about it  nope
Hopefully it'll all go well for you. I was completely shocked that the surgeon and the THG agreed to do the revision (they normally try there best to get out of it).
Will def keep you posted but I have the worst memory ever so please remind me if I forget x
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Post by TinyScarecrow on 21st September 2014, 3:14 pm

I an 2 years PO next month which is really concerning me, i know mrs kat has a very good reputation and I'm just hoping she is very good about it?!?

Honestly its just typical, pit of all my mates i have the smallest implants and for the least amount of time and this should happen ... sods law! 

I feel sick just thinking about it.  I shall let you know how i get on tomorrow x

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Post by saraj776 on 21st September 2014, 3:19 pm

I'm the same always have the worst luck especially when it comes to my boobs, it's been never ending, fingers crossed this next op will b my last.

Good luck,speak soon Smike Xx
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Post by mirren001 on 27th September 2014, 4:42 pm

Sara,
Hope everything has gone well with your revision today!   Hug      XXX
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Post by saraj776 on 27th September 2014, 4:56 pm

hi

yeah it all good, was 1st in this morning so had the day to get over the drowsy feeling, not quit sure what hes actually done but I'll see him soon so will ask

thanks for asking xxx
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Post by TinyScarecrow on 27th September 2014, 6:23 pm

Awww happy recovery darlin :)

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Post by saraj776 on 27th September 2014, 8:22 pm

TinyScarecrow....how did u get on with ur problem. X
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Post by saraj776 on 28th September 2014, 7:17 pm

Came home today, found out surgeon done pocket revision and another nipple lift but also had a drain put in this time which was worrying at 1st especially after being told how it comes out although it wasn't actu that painful it felt really weird...am I now left with a hole? (Until it heals obviously lol) also got a real bad pain in Hand from cannula after some anti sickness med that got put in hurt some much it had to be diluted, so now can't use either arm but apart from that I'm doing ok haha
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Post by mirren001 on 29th September 2014, 9:35 am

Take It easy Sara , sending lots of happy healing wishes your way.      Stars    XXX
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