I apologize for the hiatus. As time passed, there has been less to report anyway. But this blog post will shake things up a bit.So yes, I am about 8 months post op. I had my top surgery last November 21,2014. I got the periareolar mastectomy where the incisions are along the areola thus the… Continue reading Update: 8 months post op!
I think it is high time for me do an update since a couple of things are up in the next few months. I went for a visit to my surgeon just a few weeks ago to discuss some things which were bothering me. First, I was getting some sores/wounds on some areas of the… Continue reading Almost 4 months post op..
Finally I get some free time to update. Besides, there hasn't been much to report anyway between this and the last post. I haven't gone back to my surgeon yet because I am so wrapped up in work. And because I am in the office a minimum of 11 hours , all extra time is… Continue reading 2 months post-op!
Wooooh time flies. I know it's been a while. I don't really have anything huge to post, just improvements. I know the last time there were some things about my chest that I was concerned of like uneveness, swelling, scar tissue etc. Since then, I have tried to bind more often again per my surgeon's… Continue reading 38 days Post Op!
Alright, as promised, here are the details. I did make a post previously saying my left chest was bigger than the right. It also seemed and felt like there was fluid underneath or swelling. Well, I did observe it for a whole week and it seemed like it wasn't going away, if not getting more… Continue reading The 3rd Post Op Visit
Time flies fast. Wow. Seems only yesterday when I was praying so hard to get surgery this year. Anyway, recovery is definitely almost at 100% in terms of mobility. I have full ROM already in my arms however I still can't (or maybe scared) raise them up fast because I can still feel some stretch… Continue reading 28 days post op!
I have read countless journals on emotions right after surgery. And yes, everything is about insane happiness. Who wouldn't be happy, right? Anybody who has waited too long, slaved long hours to earn the money and dealt with dysphoria almost their whole life has the right to feel ecstatic, regardless of how gory or gross… Continue reading Post Op Depression