Glad your surgery went well! Like Candy said, it was weird getting used to the numbness ( but that is why we are not feeling much pain!) Once I starting getting the fills, the muscles in my chest started to have spasms which were not painful, but rather uncomfortable. My dr. did give me an rx for a muscle relaxer, which also helped me sleep. I remember having more trouble sleepeing than anything else! Make sure you get plenty of rest; even though you are feeling good, your body has been through a lot! Hugs, Frayda
Hi Linda! Congrats on having your surgery behind you and glad to hear that you are doing so well. As others have said, please take it easy. Remember, even though you are feeling great, your body has a lot of healing to do yet. Let your family treat you like a Queen for awhile yet. You deserve it.
I just wanted to thank everyone who has taken the time to reach out to someone like me who is/was afraid and give them some peace. I appreciate it very much. You were something I could count on for some answers I wasn't getting anywhere else. Kind of like first-time pregnancy when no one tells you EVERYTHING that will be happening!
Two weeks yesterday and things are really well, although the feeling is all coming back in the breats (or what's left of them!). I'm thinking that's a little early...I don't want feeling for a few more months! But, what I can't change...I deal with.
Hope everyone is well...peace and zen hugs!