A friend and I completed the HBF Run for a Reason in Perth this morning. Other than a bit of a cold start to the day, it was wonderful! There were so many people there (over 20,000 entrants) and each one had there reasons for participating.
I decided to do it to prove to myself that, even after having two bouts of breast cancer, you can live and enjoy life to the maximum.
I raised $525 for the Breast Cancer Network from friends and family!
I woke up about a week ago to find that my new boob (the one with the implant) looked really weird! It was flat at the bottom and a big lump at the top!! Luckily I gave it a bit of a massage and pushed and prodded it until it looked normal again and didn't feel any pain or discomfort. I went to see my surgeon yesterday and he said that the implant had rotated! Apparently it only happens in about 1% of cases (and it just had to be me, didn't it?!). It is caused when you get fluid building up in the pocket that they make to put the implant in. When you lie