Have you ever thought of what it would be like to have a Double Mastectomy? Probably for you guys,men, no you don't. But for women that is heart wrenching. Its a tough thing to have to go through that as part of your journey with Breast Cancer. At 31 I never thought that this surgery would happen.
It did obviously and when the "exchange" took place, I wasn't happy with it. It just wasn't right. And I felt that I alleast deserved to be happy.
Dr. Admire went in again on Friday to "fix" the issue and I just have to say, that I feel like a ton of bricks has been lifted off my shoulders. I feel good, beautiful and normal.
Not many might want to read this, but if you are following my blog, then you follow 100% of my story. I will hold back details, because I like to think I'm pretty modest, but I do want to express how thankful I am and how happy I am with the results.
Not only having to go through surgery is bad enough, but having imperfections after they have been taken from you is worse. I feel complete now. I feel that I can move on in the "image" department. I feel like I'm on my way to a better image, a normalcy of some type.
I thank God that Dr. Admire did his magic. I knew he earned the #1 surgeon in America for a reason but I never got to see it. Today we did. I thanked him, ALOT and reiterated how appreciative I was that he listened to me and took his time and understood my frustration.
So..publicly...Thank you Dr. Admire for giving me back what Cancer took away. Im forever grateful.