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Old 12-16-2015, 04:44 PM   #2
Laurel
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Re: Bilateral Mastectomy 7 yrs. ago..pulled pectoral muscle..indented badly and painf

Katsie,

I have not heard of a situation such as yours, but will appreciate hearing about the MRI results. Many of us have had mastectomies so your case may enlighten us to avoid certain activities. I hope relief will soon be forthcoming! It sounds so uncomfortable. Surgeons do cut the pectoral muscle with some reconstructive surgeries especially where a saline implant is slipped beneath the muscle. It does not sound as though you had reconstruction with implants from your post. Prayers for your healing and comfort!
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