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YIPIEE new date for the 19th Oct!Pre Op advice pls

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YIPIEE new date for the 19th Oct!Pre Op advice pls

Post by Lindalocket on 13th October 2014, 10:44 am

Finally got a date 19th October  yahoo (was originally booked for the 5th Oct but was cancelled). So got 6 days to go YEYYY I'm so excited to have these ruptured once out and can start a fresh. Is there anything I could do in the next week to ensure a speedy recovery. I'm really really worried about anything going wrong again, I have this doubt that once I have my surgery there going to become infected or i'm going to develop CC  shrug I know it's stupid to worry about something that might not even happen but with all the crappy luck iv had recently I cant help but to be paranoid and think negatively  growl Any advice would be grately apappreciatedThanks ladies x
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Re: YIPIEE new date for the 19th Oct!Pre Op advice pls

Post by mirren001 on 14th October 2014, 5:34 am

That's good news! Won't be long now until you get your issues sorted not to mention the pain your rupture is causing you.
Your pre op instructions will be the same as they were for your 1st op, stopping vitamins & certain meds etc.
A healthy diet with lots of protein & fresh veg is thought  to help in the healing process, steer clear of Chinese meals as they contain garlic & other ingredients that can thin the blood.
Try to stay positive, you've had a run of bad luck , so understandably will be worried, focus on being rid of the pain you are in at present & getting the boobs you so much deserve.
Sending a BIG HUG  Hug      & lots of good luck wishes. XXX

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