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Post by muddypaws on 21st February 2016, 9:24 pm

Hi ladies, hope your all well?

Just a quick question about scars, I'm about 10 months PO and all is feeling well in the boobies department thankfully :ok:

I've never really taken that much notice of my scars if I'm honest, obviously I've kept an eye on them along the way but I've not obsessed over them and just left them alone really. However I had a little look at them tonight and noticed one side is still quite lumpy, like it was early on when the stitches were healing inside. I'm not stressing over it or anything but I would have expected for them both to have pretty much flattened out by now. Is it normal/ common for them to be like this still? Do you think scar massage could help? The scars on both sides are just white lines now, with slight redness around stil, they've been like this all the way through really and don't appear to be fading much at all. I use bio oil still perhaps once or twice a week.

Thanks xxx

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Post by Charlii on 21st February 2016, 9:46 pm

If im really having a good poke around, i can still feel some lumps. But im not bothered by it. You can try massage if you like to try and help break it down, but its not guaranteed to work.


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Post by BkozK on 22nd February 2016, 10:43 am

For bio oil to work you are supposed to us it 2-3 times a day for 12 weeks. Scar massage might help soften the scar tissue but it won't help with the colour xx
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Post by blush89 on 23rd February 2016, 8:23 am

I'm so glad you posted this! My scars are exactly the same! For one, they don't sit in the crease at all. I don't have a crease!! Then one breast the scars are fading amazingly and it's super smooth, the other one is a different story. The scar itself is white and raised with surrounding pink area. If I run my finger over it it's not smooth at all. I'm so worried they aren't healing at the same rate! 

I'm actually pretty self conscious of my scars, I find when naked I actually worry what they look like to my bf and find myself hiding them away a bit :-( not how I imaged my confidence would be after a BA! I don't think it helps I'm so pale and the aren't convered at all. I don't even have a crease! They are too pert for that lol! 

Not sure whether to email my PS nurse but she must be so sick of me constantly asking questions lol!! I've been massaging them with a very expensive oil every single day and so just confused why one scar is so much worse/behind than the other! 

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Post by jabberwocky on 24th February 2016, 2:49 pm

9 months post op and I'm the same.  One side has always had a thicker scar but it still feels a little bumpy.

To be honest though, I had a C section 6 years ago and the scar from that stayed lumpy for at least 2 years afterwards.  it's faded to nothing now (the only thing I see is an indent in my skin, no colour or line or anything) and it looked horrid in the early days.

I don't put much stock in Bio Oil tbh - I think it's the massage that helps rather than the oil itself - but I'd imagine moving the scar tissue around will help loosen it up a bit?  I don't know.  I've done precisely zero massage for the last 6 months or so  Hysterical
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