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When could you lay on your side again?

When could you lay on your side again?

Postby Julia_Chloe » Fri Nov 11, 2011 9:48 am

After AL, BL + BA.. when will it be possible to comfortably lay on my side again?
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Re: When could you lay on your side again?

Postby mrsamywright » Fri Nov 11, 2011 6:06 pm

The first few days, you should be just fine. If you are stomach sleeper, it took me 4-5 months to be able to do that b/c of the implants. It was uncomfortable to lay on my tummy as it made a weird sort of pressurized feeling.
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Re: When could you lay on your side again?

Postby Vanessa25 » Tue Nov 15, 2011 8:48 pm

I had mine done Sept 1st and I still have trouble sleeping on my side. But of course I had a lot of problems with mine with open wounds...messy situation!

They tend to be numb and uncomfortable and they fall asleep with that needle feeling when I try sleeping on my side. But i'm definitely just glad to have everything closed up! (: I think it gets easier every week. I'm sure it will for you too!
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