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Nipple Reconstruction week 2 Recovery last week

All is good at this end, my nipples now finished the surgery is complete. Two weeks in and until last wednesday I had a little bit of blood still on my pyjamas. So I thought I was getting better.
I had an incident yesterday which has probably put me back a bit. My friend got out of the car, the light was on so I leaned into the other side from the drivers side to shut the door, it was not closed properly. On pulling back my blouse had a tied ribbon that had caught itself onto the hand break. I dont feel anything so I did not know, then I could hear the noise of material tearing, then a massive pain under my arm, I looked down I was caught onto the end of the handbrake which was up and was causing major discomfort. I am sad to say I got off the pain killers on Friday and have been tolerating a little pain. When I got back I was in massive pain and needed to pop 2 Panadeine forte. Last night the whole 3 incisions were bleeding alot again. That is both my nipples and the scar under my breast. I guess I will be taking things really easy today again. Just a silly little thing like that can certainly make it longer to heal.

This morning I am in good spirits, but really sore again! Moral to this story be careful, extra careful. It doesn't take much to have a set back.

Off to get my hair done, hopefully that will make me feel better.

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