Dating with a mastectomy

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She wants the second removed as a precaution and says she wants to take advantage of a bad situation and go from an A-cup to a C-cup. concentrate on healing and think about this aspect of it later. I think, my feelings and thoughts would be worse had I not had the surgery, but each WOMAN IS DIFFERENT... If you feel complete and good the way you are, don't do the reconstruction..if it's for a potential mate.

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And I do believe there will be MANY men who will be VERY attracted to you because of your COURAGE. Hey Op, Yeah i would definitely date and perhaps if all goes well would fall in love with her. But if it was something else, i still would because i often date women who do not reflect the physical image of my deepest lust.you are a surviver, now you have to live :)Secondly,what you do, you do for you and not for a prospective future partner. AND I have also experienced EXACTLY what you are going through, except one step further.My friend recently had breast cancer and had one breast removed. I had 'immediate reconstruction' BUT that was my choice. Factually, for me, it was a painful surgery, having implants put in...probably the most painful surgery I ever had. I, still, to this day..with the issues of not 'feeling whole', 'beautiful' etc....sometimes I feel butchered... But I deal with those feelings (not crying over it, it's not that bad) But I'm always nervous when it comes to that point, that moment of revealing myself to someone.....it's never easy..I have been blessed that the 3 men over that almost 4 yr time frams, have been (in that way, with regard to this issue) warm, caring, sensitive, understanding, and not at all uncomfortable. There is nothing wrong with whatever choice you make.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...

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