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Just over a year on...heavy sensation

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Just over a year on...heavy sensation

Post by EmzH on 23rd June 2016, 5:19 pm

Hi Ladies! Hope you're all doing amazingly!

I had my BA just over 12months ago now, recovery ever since has been plain sailing! Back to the gym fully, work, normal life, everything without an issue *touch wood* 

Over the last few weeks I've had what I can only describe as a "heavy" feeling in my right breast - sometimes with what also feels like slight muscle spasms - everything else seems normal, no change in shape or feel to the breast.

Just wondered if anyone else has had anything like this or if it sounds like something to worry about?

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Re: Just over a year on...heavy sensation

Post by Twinky on 24th June 2016, 1:21 pm

Hey [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] good to hear from you!
Hope your well :ok:
I too am a year on an don't have any pain. Although maybe its muscles/nerves knitting back? Think that's a kind of shooting pain isn't it? Is it constant or just occasional?
Do you have a year check up or anything, get some reassurance from your ps?

I feel like righty is my own and lefty is an implant, if I lay on my tummy for eg it still feels very odd, and separate to me if that makes sense?
I'm seeing my ps next wed so hoping there both ok.

Hope it goes away anyway hun.

Take care
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Re: Just over a year on...heavy sensation

Post by MrsF on 24th June 2016, 1:48 pm

Hi Em ! Cant believe its been a year!

Have you spoken to your surgeon about it- when's your 1 year check up? He might be able to offer an explanation and check you and put you worries aside?

Hope the girls on here bring you peace of mind, better than me.

Best of luck xx
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Re: Just over a year on...heavy sensation

Post by EmzH on 24th June 2016, 7:58 pm

Hi ladies. I know!! A year's flown by. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] that's exactly the best way to describe it, i'm aware of my right which i'm not of my left - right was the smaller boob to start so maybe something to do with that. Just intermittent & an awareness nothing like it being painful. 

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] no definate 1yr FU but going to give it another week or two & if it carries on get in touch with my PS about it. 

Hope you ladies are both well :D xx
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Re: Just over a year on...heavy sensation

Post by sarahlou222 on 1st July 2016, 12:35 pm

GIRLS!!! As if it has been 1 year!! I was a year in March and I never ever thought I would love my boobs!!

I walk round to house holding them without even realising I'm doing it, they are just so beautiful lol.

How has your size changed over the year? I was a 30F to begin with, went to a 30FF after about 3 months, and now they measure a 30G!! I haven't changed weight, if anything I've lost!

If in doubt always go back and have a consultation with your surgeon! xx
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