It went good I was so nervous when I saw the size of those needles but I barely felt a thing he did 60cc on each side And I'm really not that sore at all next week were gonna try 120cc and see how that goes I'm so excited that I'm actually gonna have boobs again lol Ty for your advice and concern:)
I did also, ended up having them in for 9 months. My plastic surgeon didn't want to risk any infection during chemo. Unfortunately there wasn't much I could do with the comfortable department. Just know one day soon they will be GONE!!! You will be one happy girl :)
Getting a fill wouldn't cause a fever. Chemo can tho. With a cough, I would think you've caught a cold maybe. If you hold a small pillow to your chest, it'll ease the pain while coughing or sneezing. Hope you feel better. Prayers to you.
I agree with Sharon. I was lucky and never had pain (and didn't have fills) but it wasn't the most comfortable thing in the world. Some people, unfortunately, have a lot of pain the whole time it's in.
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