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Anyone else experiencing boobie brain (similar to baby brain) after surgery etc.?

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Black Cat 66
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Re: Anyone else experiencing boobie brain (similar to baby brain) after surgery etc.?

Oh yes, I agree! I'm almost 7 weeks since my third surgery to get clear margins, and I feel more together as long as I only have to do one thing at a time. Add another thing, a spot of multitasking or even ask me to make a choice and I start to look like a goldfish - just treading water with my mouth opening and closing, and no words coming out. I hoped that would pass soon, but at 4 months in, Nicola, I'm not holding out much hope for me!

nicolad817
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Re: Anyone else experiencing boobie brain (similar to baby brain) after surgery etc.?

I'm 4 months in and I find this! I do so many stupid things!!! 

LynR
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Re: Anyone else experiencing boobie brain (similar to baby brain) after surgery etc.?

That's exactly how I would describe I think things move so fast after initial diagnosis (which is a good thing) your brain can't take it all in that and the fact that it's all beyond our control . I have to admit 5 weeks post surgery I am still struggling to retain information and focus. Hopefully it will return to normal in dye course xx
Ali49
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Re: Anyone else experiencing boobie brain (similar to baby brain) after surgery etc.?

Yes totally!! I think ots just a bud up of things thst make it hard to concentrate! Just like after having a baby - brain fog!
LynR
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Anyone else experiencing boobie brain (similar to baby brain) after surgery etc.?