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Re: Bad news ladies

Post by dervla1 on 12th May 2010, 3:24 pm

Sorry to hear that hattie, but at least you've got a really good surgeon. It's only a little set back. Don't go smaller! You might regret it. Good luck and take care XX
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Re-op Recovery compared with first aug?

Post by greengirl on 5th October 2010, 10:04 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:HI Hattie, I am so sorry to hear you need a re-op...
I had a re-op on my leftie I kind of knew I would need some sort of re-op straight after my op.. I just have that kind of luck! I must say that I am now over the moon. I am sure you will be too...Best of luck

Jx

How would you compare the initial recovery to the re-op? Pain, time back to feeling 'normal,' etc?

Got similar news today about my rightie...I'm inclined to wait a bit and see but probably going to have to get 'redone.'

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Re: Bad news ladies

Post by kittie on 6th October 2010, 5:44 am

sorry to hear that hattie but good luck with re-op
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Re: Bad news ladies

Post by abbie on 6th October 2010, 6:35 am

good luck hattie x
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Re: Bad news ladies

Post by vicki on 6th October 2010, 12:36 pm

me 2, sorry to hear that. if you do change the size though would he charge you for that? something to consider.... but you are lucky to have an understanding PS! will he still do the same placement?
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Re: Bad news ladies

Post by hattie260 on 11th October 2010, 6:49 pm

Hi Girls! This is quite an old post - from back in May but yes I am still waiting for my re-op (had to postpone due to work commitments).

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How would you compare the initial recovery to the re-op? Pain, time back to feeling 'normal,' etc?

Hi GG - my leftie was always not healing right, it was extremely bruised and more painful after the op. It was also higher from the start and did not look like it was going to want to come down (the other healed and dropped quickly. I think the difference between someone who is healing normally with a bit of normal asymmetry is that they start off looking nice and even but high then one sometimes drops and the other follows this was not the case with me, I could tell my leftie was not right straight away. Hope this helps!


[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:if you do change the size though would he charge you for that? something to consider.... but you are lucky to have an understanding PS! will he still do the same placement?

hi hun, the company are not charging me for the flight, re-op or accommodation (had it done in Prague). This is all covered in my guarantee and in their insurance. My surgeon was very understanding and not once tried to tell me there was nothing wrong or it would get better, he initially said give it time then after 3 months he agreed it would not settle. I have been very lucky with this, I have seen so many people with a battle on their hands trying to get a re-op for free! secondly yes I would like the placement changing from unders to overs as I don't like the muscle distortion I get. I do however like the look of unders so these are things I will discuss when I see him.

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