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ask: breast pain after 5 months of open heart surgery

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after having open heart surgery my breast still hurt real bad its been 5 months today is that ok

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ladystephenson1964

I had a triple bypass in August 2010 and still hurt in my left breast. At least, the part of it I can feel. Also, my left leg hurts from my knee to the end of my toes. i have tried to talk to seven doctors about this issue but they acted as if I never said a word. I no longer trust any doctor. I have learned that doctors are not like the doctors in TV commercials, they do not talk to you about anything.

August 13, 2013 - 7:09pm
Rosa Cabrera RN

Hi Anonymous,

Is this pain at the incision site? Do you notice any drainage? Redness? etc.

5 months post-surgery if you feel pain, this needs to be addressed, certainly some discomfort at times may be expected but what you are describing is something that is causing you daily pain and is at the very least moderate.

Please consult your doctor about this, whether it is at your next check-up if it's coming up or give the office a call.

Wishing you the best,

Rosa

October 9, 2011 - 12:07pm
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