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Some helpful info on NHS breast surgery

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Some helpful info on NHS breast surgery

Post by LouLou82 on 23rd October 2009, 6:31 pm

A couple of links which may be useful for girls considering an NHS BA

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Re: Some helpful info on NHS breast surgery

Post by suzieQ on 11th January 2013, 9:48 pm

Hi!

As u can see i am a newbie!

I have seen my surgeon in preparation for my Reduction 34HH to DD/E with possible nipple lift. Should this be done by a Plastic surgeon or can a general surgeon with a speciality in breast reconstruction be sufficient. have my 2nd appointment end of January so just trying to get my questions ready for this appointment as i asked none 1st time round! Any advice appreciated! Xx
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Re: Some helpful info on NHS breast surgery

Post by misf1 on 11th January 2013, 10:08 pm

I've not had this procedure but as far as I am aware it is complicated and takes longer than a breast augmentation. I would have thought the NHS would have given you a plastic surgeon for this procedure but whether you would have any choice in who performs the surgery I really dont know. I would ensure you have all your questions written down, you can ask the surgeon about his experience, I'd make sure you ask about any possible complications to ensure you are prepared for them if they occured. Ask about healing times, what you can and cant do after your op. Ask about your surgery plan and what the surgeon intends to do. Ask about support bras for after surgery, what ones they advise you get or if they are provided. Ask about follow up appointments, scars and anything you are worried about.
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Re: Some helpful info on NHS breast surgery

Post by suzieQ on 11th January 2013, 10:14 pm

Hi

Thanks for the advice! The procedure has been explained, recovery & bras but your other ideas are helpful, i will make a list of questions before i go. She is a very experienced surgeon, but when i've been researching the procedure the advice is always a plastic surgeon.

I will ask when i revisit end of the month.

Many thanks for your help!

:) xx
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