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Topic Title: Professional opinion
Created On: 02/21/2005 08:02 PM
 
 08/12/2013 04:45 AM

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varana

Surgery, although a "planned" trauma, is still a shock to the body. The body requires energy in order to heal. Because of this, you will not have the endurance that you normally have, at least not for a few weeks. You'll notice that you tire much quicker. Listen to your body. If you are tired, rest. Most surgeons don't recommend complete bed rest, as you need to get up and move around to keep from being sore. Also keep in mind that not moving around can cause blood clots, which can travel from the legs to the lungs or brain, and be fatal. It can also cause you to get very sore and stiff.
 02/21/2005 08:02 PM

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Ashina

I had breast augmentation done in 03'. At first the it healed nicely. I did some heaving lifting and it cause an infection in the breast causing the wound to open. After being treated with antibiotics the right breast healed while the other didn't. I was given more antibiotics and the breast closed. I then suffered from a type of skin bacteria (similar to eczema) that formed all over my body. It seemed to attack the wound on my left breast reopening it. To this day (05')I am having problems with the left breast. It has closed but the skin looks thin. I have change my diet and multivitamin. The skin doesn't seem to want to heal.My plastic surgeon insists it will heal with time. I disagree. Any suggestions?

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