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Post by linz on 17th May 2010, 8:16 pm

hi, my name is Linz and i am new to this sight, i had my op 2 years ago really glad i made decision to have the op really boosted my confidence went from 32a to 36b just right for me. i had a really good surgeon but the only thing lacking to me was the after care went for the 2 follow up check ups and that was it your on your own. now i am quite worried as my left boobie is rock hard and there is a dull ache in my armpit it gives the impression of a lump being there but there is no lump i wear a sports bra to bed each night have not done any damage to myself to cause this hardness the right breast is absolutley fine any idea's any one.

thanks very much

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Post by COOKIE on 17th May 2010, 8:25 pm

Welcome to the forum linz I split your post from the hello thread you added to babe so you'll get the feedback you need hunni.

From your description it sounds like it could possibly be Capsular Contracture and unfortunately this does require a re-op babe, but I'm only assuming from your description hun, you really need to seek the advice from a surgeon. Who did you have your original surgery with?

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Revision with full capsulectomy & uplift 410CCs CUIs 2009
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Post by Jessica on 17th May 2010, 8:27 pm

Hi hunny, welcome to the site. Sorry to hear you are worried about your implant - what type of implants have you got? Most companies offer about 3 years aftercare, who did you go with? Might be an idea to go back and see your PS if you're worried.

Jess xx
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Post by linz on 17th May 2010, 8:33 pm

Hi girls,
thanks for getting back to me i had my surgery done at the local bmi hospital with a surgeon called Mr Peter Davies. i will ring my surgeon's secretary in the morning and follow on from there i had a good idea it was that but i was trying to put off the inevitable as you do. Will let you know how i go on and once again thanks.

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Post by COOKIE on 17th May 2010, 8:41 pm

We've just had a recent discussion on the forum about BMI and their lack of after-care hun, apparantly in certain circumstances they will offer a free re-op, now what these 'circumstances' are we don't know as they haven't been outlined babe but I think 'IF' you do have CC then you would have a good chance hunni - Good luck and please do let us know how you get on sweetheart. xxx

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First BA 2006 460CCs CUIs. Ruptured 2009
Revision with full capsulectomy & uplift 410CCs CUIs 2009
Scar Revision with Lollipop Lift 2011
Scar revision resulting in heamatoma 2012
Capsular Contracture & Seroma 2014


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Post by Jessica on 17th May 2010, 9:10 pm

Yes that is the trouble going through a surgeon direct or through a hospital, their aftercare is not as thorough but surgeons are obviously very protective of their reputation and will often agree to waiver their fees if you do encounter a problem within a reasonable timeframe. Unfortunately though it's the hospital fees that add up. I'd definitely have a word with BMI and your surgeon, hopefully it's nothing to worry about.

Do let us know how you get on hun, hope you get it sorted.

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Post by kay on 18th May 2010, 7:46 am

Hi and welcome to the forum xx

Good luck hun xx

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Post by linz on 18th May 2010, 2:53 pm

hi,
just to let you all know spoke to Mr Paterson's secretary today sorry i gave the surgeon wrong name oops! and they have booked me in to see Mr Paterson this friday coming so i will keep you all posted fingers crossed and everything else dreading what he is going to tell me.

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Post by kay on 18th May 2010, 2:55 pm

Good luck for Friday I hope it goes well xx

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Post by alfie on 18th May 2010, 5:05 pm

Hello Linz, welcome to the forum hun. Sorry you're having some problems, good luck with your appointment on Friday. xx

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Post by dervla1 on 18th May 2010, 7:08 pm

Hi Linz and welcome. Good luck on Friday! Hopefully your surgeon can help you. Read up as much as you can on CC before you go.

Keep us posted. xx
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Post by kayla on 20th May 2010, 9:46 pm

keeping everything crossed that it is something simple but if it is the dreaded cc, keeping my fingers doubly crossed that you get a free re-op.

Good Luck on fri xx
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Re: newbie

Post by linz on 22nd May 2010, 10:17 am

Hi Everybody,
Thanks for your support went and saw Mr Paterson yesterday and was told that yes i do have a small area of scar tissue on the top of my breast it would not be causing the feelings i am getting. So i have now come back from my GP's this morning and because i am going through the premature menopause he thinks it is a gland behind my breast that is swollen and he has referred me to the breast clinic and now changed my HRT to patches oh what we have to go through.

Will keep you all posted and good Luck to every body that is going to have the BA or just had it. wouldn't turn the clock back for nobody!

once again thanks a lot.

Linz XX
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