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|10-20-2010, 09:07 PM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: carlsbad california
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Breast Augmentation Pain!!
I had my breast augmentation almost four years ago and still have pain. My left breast is fine, but im still having troubles with my right=( My right breast hurts when I do movement, and the muscle still hurts when I paddle out to go surf. And, my right muscle flexes slower than the left...? I get arm pain off and on as well as pain on my trapezius? I also have pain on or close by all the lymph nodes on my breast /armpit. My lymph nodes aren't swollen, but whenever I start doing too much movement that's when the pain in the muscle or implant start to hurt. The pain radiates down my arm to my pinky, down the breast rib cage to my right foot, does anyone have any answers? What can this be? oh yeah, it's also a little harder then the left breast as well... I have silicone round high profiles 400cc's
|10-21-2010, 12:10 AM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2010
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Sorry to hear you're in such pain .. Honestly, I'm not a doctor so I can't even begin to tell you what it is. It sounds extremely painful though! Have you been to your PS/physician to ask what the problem might be? I would think they would run some tests on you to see if whatever it is can be picked up that way .. I would definitely recommend going to the doctor. Second, third opinions would be good in your case, as well! Feel better ..
|10-21-2010, 01:10 AM||#3|
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To be in pain 4 years after your surgery is not "normal". Call and make an appointment with a doctor asap. It would be impossible for us to speculate as to whether it's a muscular problem, breast tissue problem, capsular contracture of your implants, neurological, etc...
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