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Breast lumps & breast surgery

I love my family very, very much, but they can sometimes piss me off. They're taking life for granted. I've been through a lot of changes & I was at one time taking life for granted too, but when u become older it seems that u get wiser & wiser. I really don't think i'm old. I'm very happy to say that i'm 43, with 3 grown children off in college and a really wonderful husband. I have a long story to tell, but i'm just going to talk about my breast. Okay, in 1975 I was just getting use to my menustration, when my very small breast started hurting on the left side. I told my mom & probably within 2 months she took me to the doctor. My surgery was scheduled soon after. After the surgery I was bandaged all the way from my armpits to the bottom area of my ribs. It was tight. That was the 1st surgery & i've had 6-8 surgeries on just my breast & i'm going to have another one soon. My doctor said that I now have 5 lumps in the left & 4-5 in the right side. He assured me that they were all benign. I can feel some of them. Well that just about raps it up for the breast. I've been having the problem most of my life. It runs in our family. 2 of my sisters had operations to remove fibroid tumors from their uterus. That's only 1 thing i'm dealing with. I've had a few major surgeries & 1 was the dreadful brain surgery. I'm a bundle of so many symptoms. I will pray for everyone & I hope you'll pray for me. Bye! Bye! For now.
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replied December 8th, 2003
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Eloise-you've been through a real rough time sweetie.I'll ray 4 u & hope u get better
god bless
liz x
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replied October 23rd, 2018
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and I understand your concern.
You need to be patient and be honest in supporting the family. Doing regular exercise and yoga will relieve your mental exhaustion.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan
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