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they were diligent about the details, like closing each ravioli just right. we've decided we will be bringing our new found pasta making skills home and attempting more homemade pasta in our kitchen soon. if it can get my kids out of their spaghetti and mac and cheese only rut and more into tortellini and ravioli and other special pastas (as well as sauces), i am all for it! we made three different types of pasta and then ate them hat knitting patterns at the end, which turned into a fun little taste-test as eleanor decided we should judge the three kinds together. during our lesson, they set our table for making the pasta right up by their front window, which meant a lot of people walking by would pause and watch and point and wave.
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And for up to about a week, I had a district nurse visit, just to keep on eye. And eventually the drain was removed. I would say it was slightly uncomfortable, the drain. It was a tube that came hat wholesale from the area where you'd had the operation, just under your arm. And you had a bottle, the tube went to bottle and that was just to get excess sort of fluid from the area. I didn't find the mastectomy painful particularly, if at all really. I was very surprised at that. I thought I was going to be in pain for quite a while, having had part of my body removed. But to be honest, I can honestly say I was hardly in pain at all. They gave painkillers obviously straightaway as soon as the surgery was finished. They gave me painkillers to take home. I just took one or two of those.
It's almost exactly the same, it's probably about quarter of an inch difference. But before it was about, oh about four inches difference. Regardless of how much exercise, it just wouldn't stretch. It was like a thick band. But I didn't get any lymphodema. The lymph nodes that they took out were clear, so that was all good stuff. And I went back for a couple of regular mammograms and it healed up. I've got a little bit of fluid that collects under the arm, a bit but that's only minor, its not sort of massive amounts. But it is there, it's a bit sort of wobbly. I found with the cording that I put up with it for quite a while. And then said, you know, this is really getting to me now because I can't move my arm, and if I can't put cups in the cupboard and this sort of thing.
I'm going to do it for twelve months. One physio said to me or the breast sister said after ten weeks "you can stop your exercises". But I had to go back because I'd had this tendon which is, it had gone by the time I went back to hospital but it was definitely up and I'd not been able to get rid of it for weeks and weeks and when I got to hospital bucket hat kangol of course it had gone. But she said that some countries do their exercises for nine months. They don't here. So I thought well I still massage, I still do scar massage twice a day. No problems in the hospital. When they took the bandage off I could see the scar and everything. What I wasn't comfortable with was the fluid build up especially under the arm. And it was quite painful, and also where the drain went in to the centre, where the nipple had been, there was quite a bit of pain there and it wasn't pleasant.
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