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Post by Dayzeee on 11th January 2016, 7:18 pm

Hi ladies, 

How is everyone doing? wavey

I haven't been on here for ages I am hoping I can get some advise.

For bout a week now I've had a stabbing/burning pain in my right breast in 2 specific areas, no swelling or redness or dimpling, I will be 2 years ! Post op in April this year, could it be nerves or is cc to be a worry here?

Thanks ladies xxx
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Re: Stabbing/burning pain in right

Post by Charlii on 11th January 2016, 7:53 pm

Hey. Is there anything new to your routine? Have you started some New work out? Even a new cleaning gadget at home? If there's nothing new, no additional stresses, and popping back in your sports bra for a week doesn't calm it, is make an appt to see your surgeon as a precaution. Doesn't hurt to get an opinion.

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Post by Dayzeee on 11th January 2016, 9:32 pm

Hi Charlii 

No I haven't started doing anything different, only thing I can think of is over Xmas I had one too many wines one night Nd must have bashed that boob Bcoz in the morning I had a small round bruise on it but that was ages ago now, I didn't get the pain at the time only ink the last week or so. 

I will try wearing my Macom and sports bras for a week and see how I go thanks I didn't think of that. How r u doing? X
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Post by Carrierowland on 12th January 2016, 9:02 am

Dayzee
Let's hope this is the problem, you don't relise that a little knock could cause this. oops too many wines!!!! Xxxxx keep us informed. Xxx
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Post by Dayzeee on 12th January 2016, 8:44 pm

Too many wines hmmm lol
Thanks carrierowland. X
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Post by Carrierowland on 13th January 2016, 1:44 pm

How is the pain today Dayzeee? Xx
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Post by Dayzeee on 13th January 2016, 9:44 pm

Hi ya Hun,

I've been wearing my Macoms since the post the other day and it seems to be improving a bit so I'm going to keep it on for a few more days and hope for the best! I'll keep you posted thank you for asking xx
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