Hello Trish, and everyone else. So sorry that you have had an Mx . but you will find lots of support on here. I am about a year ahead of you, I had left Mx in Nov12 and implant reconstruction last november. I had a reduction to my right breast just three weeks ago(still a bit sore etc) so now have a matching pair. I was a 38/40E now a C cup. looks very different but much better than the lopsided version. which I felt was very obvious.
It is a slow process but for me it was the right decision,
But as Naz says think of all the nice things like your daughter, I have 4 lovely grandchildren which keeps me going. The little boy has a special word ( Naz & Poemsgalore already know it) - Huggles. so sending you a big warm Huggle - gentle of course
I too am single breasted (44D) and for the last year I've been going braless as I hate my prosthesis. Now I've found Knitted Knockers (www.knittedknockersuk.com) and have a wonderful, light, comfortable knitted knocker which I have worn every day since I got it. I would encourage you to look into getting one as they make you feel complete again.
Sending you very best wishes and gentle hugs.
I have put for you below the links to a couple of BCC's publications you might find helpful. If you need any further information our helpline team will be only too happy to help.
I am now 4 weeks cancer free after mastectomy and node clearance , I am upset as because I am big chested it is so obvious , but glad I will get to see my daughter grow up .it has been hard , but worth it .xxx