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ask: i had breast surgery to remove a papilloma now where i had surgey is very hard a very sore is this a concern?

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Alison Beaver

The hardness and soreness you are personally experiencing may or may not be normal, depending on how long ago your surgery occurred, how your specific and individual healing is progressing, etc.

Please call your doctor's office and speak with the nurse or doctor about your symptoms, just to rule out any problems. Some women may take longer to heal, and your soreness may be considered a normal part of the healing process (again, we are not sure if your surgery occurred last week or last year). Either way...a quick call to talk with your health care provider is best: they may need to check your symtpoms, or may have you wait to see if the symptoms lessen over the next week.

Please let us know how you are doing!

April 10, 2011 - 7:03pm
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