About Me: Female, 46, Prattville, AL, member since Oct 2007
Diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer during second (and last) pregnancy in '05. Started A/C
at week 13 of the pregnancy. Lauren Jackson arrived (5 lbs 10 oz) at week 3
Abraxane 10 days later. Followed up with radiation and finally finished reconstruction this
summer (2 years after diagnosis).
Hey Lisa, I'm going to need your number again or just call me tomorrow please. Sorry I couldn't call you back. My sister came to help me out so I wanted to steal a long nap before she leaves. Talk to you tomorrow around noon? :)
Hi Lisa! I had my surgery and just slowly recovery. It's so painful!! My muscles feel like they are tightening up. My new mission is to find a comfortable prosthesis. I know I can't wear the silicone ones yet but the foam ones should do. Can you give me an idea on what brand is best? Thanks and call me anytime!
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