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by Debbie106 on Mon Apr 30, 2012 02:03 PM
For those of you who started reconstruction by having expanders placed in chest immediately after mastectomy done, then had to have radiation on your chest area, and had to wait a year to put the implants in, I was wondering if you were happy with the end results. I'm suppose to be able to get mine finished at the end of this year. My radiated left side, the skin is very tight though. Anyways, wondering if anyone else had that, and have finished with their reconstruction and are pretty happy with it.
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