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More than you want to know about my right breast

At the follow-up appointment with the surgeon on Monday, he removed the steri-strips that held the incision together. The wound closed up nicely and looks good. In fact, you can barely see it because he made the incision right along the edge of the areola. If you compare Righty to Lefty (a.k.a. Biggie and Smallie), the areola looks a little jacked up, but that's fine since it never fully recovered from pregnancy and breast feeding. I'm just glad I don't have a Frankenstein boob. Or cancer.




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