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Post by BetterThanToast on 10th May 2016, 10:05 am

hi breast buddies,

It's been a while since I've been on here, 2 kids and going back to work and caring for my Nan with dementia have kept me busy!

This last 2 weeks I've been suffering chest pain, under my left boob
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Re: Pain & paranoid

Post by _wildflower_ on 10th May 2016, 10:12 am

You sound very busy! 
I am not sure what that pain may be exactly sorry, are you able to go back and see your surgeon? Or perhaps post a Q on Realself?

On a personal note have you tried stretching it out? When I've felt anything going on with mine if I have a good stretch of my arms and chest and neck it does seem to help release tension, sometimes may increase the pain slightly when you are stretching but I always feel loads better afterwards :) xox
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Post by BetterThanToast on 10th May 2016, 10:21 am

Most of my post has disappeared, how bizarre!

Im going to see my GP tomorrow, I was wondering whether to mention the implants as I don't want them to fob me off and send me straight to my surgeon.

The pain is a sharp stabbing pain that gets worse when I breathe in, sneeze, cough, lift things and raise my left arm.

Sometimes it feels like a lump under there when I move but because it's right under my implant I can't get to feel it with my fingers.

The rational side of me says its muscular but I'm scared that it's related to my surgery.

Just wanted to know others opinions and if they'd experienced the same?

And also if I should mention the implants straight off when I see the GP tomorrow?
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