Asked by anonymousStage 0 Patient
Soma Tylenol lots of patience!! Unfortunately, if I knew how painful they were, I would have chose smaller permanent implants because I still have pain 1 year after the permanent implants! I have a cup C... If I knew I would have pick a cup B!!Comment 1
Ibuprofen is key! Warm showers and sometimes a heating pad on your back (towards the end of expansion i had a lot of extra back pain) NEVER your front.Comment 0
Asked by anonymousStage 2B Patient
My oncologist halved my dose which really helped and my numbers were good enough with that.Comment 0
Yes Erin's right. Those two things helped me a great deal with the bone pain. And I would also soak in a tub of really warm water.Comment 0
Asked by anonymousLearning About Breast Cancer
Did any of your doctors say you might have lymphadema? If this is nerve damage, I would consult with a neuorologist. They would be able to steer you to a lymphadema specialist or a pain clinic. Hang in there.... and take care, Sharon
Physical therapy?Comment 0
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