Monthly Archives: May 2016

May 27, 2016: Don’t Wear Make-up

Before I started chemotherapy, I read make-up and chemo didn’t always like each other and to consider going without if possible. That wasn’t a huge sacrifice for me. I’ve never been a huge make-up wearer anyway. Once you loose your … Continue reading

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May 19, 2016: No More Stitches

Another box to mark off. Another step closer to finished. All my exterior stitches are gone and only the internal, disolvable ones remain. If it weren’t for milestones, I think this entire journey would be more difficult.    I can … Continue reading

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May 9, 2016: Complications, Healing & Looking Forward

It’s been two weeks since my last surgery, and I’m healing but not without a small bit of complication. Some swelling caused one of my stitches to pop open prematurely. In most instances, this probably wouldn’t be that big of … Continue reading

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May 3, 2016: A Week Later

It’s been just over a week since I had nipple reconstruction surgery.    Here are some talking points:   *I can see again. My vision doesn’t seem to be blurry anymore. Yay! *My left side looks like I’ve been kicked … Continue reading

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