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Post by Emmybird2 on 4th March 2015, 10:17 am

hi ladies just when I thought everything was going great guns righty has started to drop and fluff and I went out for the first time (still in the sexy support bra) and felt fab back to the old me, anyway my right nipple incision has gone red down one side and really itchy and this morning I woke up and looked and under the skin there is a yellow build up of what looks like puss it's not bulging or massive i face its quite small but I don't think its ment to be there I called the clinic who have got me an apointment tomorrow so they have been really quick but I'm a worrier and have a full day to werit. Any ideas why this has happened or am I just been daft and worrying about nothing. Pics are on picture trail if anyone wants to see x
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Post by mirren001 on 5th March 2015, 8:02 pm

Just back from a few days away, hope you got on ok at your appointment! Hug XXX
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Post by Emmybird2 on 5th March 2015, 8:37 pm

Yes thank you i ment to put an update on. The incision has dried up quite well and the nurse isn't concerned which is good news :-) x
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Post by Charlii on 5th March 2015, 8:41 pm

Sorry I missed this. If she's not worried that's good, but I'd def still keep an eye on it. If it get worse, or the red and itchy gets worse, def go back

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Post by Emmybird2 on 5th March 2015, 8:50 pm

It's still quite itchy but took some antihistamone and it seemed to do the trick hopefully it will settle down again if not l def go back :-)
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Post by mirren001 on 5th March 2015, 10:47 pm

Glad the nurse didn't think it was anything to worry about, that must be a relief!
Was thinking have you changed soap powder? could maybe be something like that that's irritated it?
Hopefully will continue healing well!
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Post by bouncyDD on 5th March 2015, 10:59 pm

Sometimes sores get worse before getting better..keep an eye on it and let us know how u get on hun xx:giveu:
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Post by Emmybird2 on 5th March 2015, 11:05 pm

Think that's what's happening hun the nurse did say I can start to massage them with oil but they still feel a bit sore to touch so will give them another week x
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Post by drinkeroftea on 7th March 2015, 9:02 pm

That's great news Emmy. 

Do you feel a bit icky when touching your scars?!
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Post by Emmybird2 on 7th March 2015, 10:45 pm

Hi drinkeroftea how are you? They have healed great the yellows but I had the other day has dried up and has blended back into my incision area lovely and my right implant is starting to drop so all is good. The nurse the other day told me I could start to massage the incisions but Yer im a little bit scared to touch them as they feel funny and leave me with a tingly feeling. I'm also really not liking the shooting pains as the nerves are healing sometimes they give me a right shock.
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Post by drinkeroftea on 23rd March 2015, 6:09 pm

Hi emmybird, 

So sorry for the late reply, manic recently. How have you been getting on? All hhealed up?

I'm  grand, got to change my dressings tomorrow....what joy!
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Post by Emmybird2 on 23rd March 2015, 6:39 pm

Hiya ive been great but lady week started with aching in my left rib/under bust been to see the surgeon today he's said they are mondro cords the girls on here have explains they are bruised blood vessels and the surgeon said control gel and a hot water bottle will do the job xx
Let me know how you get on tomorrow xx
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