Member since 3/17/2014


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Reviews by FlatRock

Bi-lateral Breast Reconstruction Due to Prophylactic Mastectomy (LCIS Present in Breasts) 46 Year Old - Melbourne, AU

The motivation for my breast reconstruction was the fact that I had a benign lump removed that had LCIS tissue (Lobular Carcinoma In Situ) surrounding it. (Pre-Malignant cells). My mother passed away from this type of breast cancer at 65 and had BC for 23 years. She had it 3 times. My... READ MORE

Recent comments from FlatRock

I hope you can sort all this put with a surgeon, and you end up getting what you want. All the very best and keep us posted. Hopefully fat grafting will make some difference. :) READ COMMENT

Good luck with your continual journey. I had double mastectomy in Sept last year, tissue expanders, then silicon implant exchange at the end of Feb this year, along with fat grafting. I had another fat graft 8 weeks ago, just to plump... READ COMMENT

My implants weren't placed under chest muscle, but in my breast Envelope in my skin where the tissue expanders were, so my exchange silicon implants still felt abit wishy washy until the scar tissue healed and encapsuled the implants. I... READ COMMENT

I'll be getting some more fat grafting in July so will post post op after that. Just need a bit more volume over the top area of implants. READ COMMENT

Msmsjazz, thank you. I was very lucky that my surgeon found my LCIS. Fabulous surgeons and a great result and blessed to be able to move on and pray to be C-free. Doing gene testing now. READ COMMENT