November 16, 2017 will be 2 years since my implants were inserted.
December will officially be 2 years of survivorship; for me it started in December 2015 when I received a letter telling me I was entering survivorship time. I technically didn’t finish surgeries until April 2016, and I stopped seeing an oncologist in August 2015, so I don’t really know why the letter came in December.
Continue reading 2 Years and Counting
I have 2 surgeons, the one that did the mastectomy and the one that did breast reconstruction. I’m done with the plastic reconstruction guy, and my breast surgeon will monitor me through survivorship and send be back to my Oncologist if she thinks I need to see him. I’m a little unsure where my GP plays into all this. If I feel something, who do I call, both?
Continue reading Another 6 month Breast Surgeon Follow-Up (Halloween 2016)
Here are 5 things I found out after my double mastectomy that I never knew about. I practically lived on the Internets and consumed any breast reconstruction blogs I could find but never heard of any of these oddities.
Continue reading Things they don’t tell you when you have a mastectomy
7-7-16 One Year since I was pumped with radioactivity, had a double mastectomy operation, lymph node extraction, tissue expander implants, oodles of propofol, a bunch of gasses and a lot of narcotics! My first surgery of 3 in an 8 month time span (about 4+1+2 hours under general anesthesia).
Continue reading Mastectomy: Non regrette rien