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Happy Healing MrsF - BA date 25-12-2015

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Re: Happy Healing MrsF - BA date 25-12-2015

Post by MrsF on 28th November 2015, 5:41 pm

Im just in the macom bra.it feels tight but not too tight. It just that the breast feel so tight on my chest and talking too much makes me exhausted and im out of breath. This morning breathing was better but tonight its such an effort!
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Re: Happy Healing MrsF - BA date 25-12-2015

Post by BkozK on 28th November 2015, 5:50 pm

Hummmm, are you rubbing moisturiser into your skin (avoiding incisions obviously)? That will help with the tight feeling x
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Post by MrsF on 28th November 2015, 5:56 pm

Surgeon said to wait for his all clear to put anything on them. Im only aloud to remove bra to have a quick shower. I dont mind they are so swollen i feel more xonfortable with the bra on!
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Re: Happy Healing MrsF - BA date 25-12-2015

Post by Charlii on 28th November 2015, 6:11 pm

You can still moisturise the breast, just use small amounts to stay clear of the incisions.

Breathlessness is normal, its the tightness in the chest. Funny enough, I was looking through my post op stuff this morning before my appt and it has breathing exercises in it. Slowly in through the nose, hold for two, and slowly out through the mouth. Might help.

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Re: Happy Healing MrsF - BA date 25-12-2015

Post by MrsF on 28th November 2015, 6:43 pm

Thank you!! What would I do without you girls?
Ok will moisgurize a bit I literally cant finish a sentence without having to catch my breath! 

Im doing your exercises now! Thank you xxxxx
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Post by kay-uk on 28th November 2015, 6:49 pm

Talking shouldn't be making you breathless- that's not normal, even post-BA. Do you have an emergency/out of hours contact number for your surgeon?
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Post by MrsF on 28th November 2015, 7:01 pm

Oh no really? 
They say I must call the hospital if I have any concerns I tried phoning earlier..
Was feeling better this mornign but then had to make a long phone call and now very breathless and tight. 

Im worried now!
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Post by kay-uk on 28th November 2015, 7:15 pm

I really think you should be heading in towards getting a Dr review in the next couple of hours; there's a few things it could be that are worth getting checked out. If you have a choice, head to an out of hours GP attached to a hospital with an A&E or an A&E department directly (for speed/equipment purposes!). Don't panic, but get yourself to a safe place where they can check you out!
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Post by BkozK on 28th November 2015, 7:22 pm

Just seen the post re breathlessness. That's reassuring to know. I do agree that conversation shouldn't take your breath but I'm not medically trained in any way xx
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Post by Carrierowland on 29th November 2015, 6:51 pm

I was exactly the same I panicked as well but I was fine. See how you go in a few days and if no improvement, then get in touch with your ps xx hope u feel better soon xxx
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Post by Asorrell81 on 30th November 2015, 9:38 pm

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Re: Happy Healing MrsF - BA date 25-12-2015

Post by Lucy106 on 4th December 2015, 6:22 pm

MrsF - been thinking about you? How are you feeling? You are now 9 days post op. I'll be 9 days post op on Christmas Day so I'd love to know how you feel so I know what to expect! I've only got 12 days left and starting to worry a bit xxx
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