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Nipples aren't talking the same language ?


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Mine is the same, can take up to 18mths!

Mine right nipple is always high beaming, my left only sometimes as it's still mostly numb.

I also have numbness in both my lower poles. I'm 11 weeks post op. 

18 months! Ok, so crazy nipple behaviour is here to stay for a while ?.

Is it possible that they might not get back to normal?

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It is definitely possible that it might not go back to the way it was. When I had my first BA, I lost most sensation & reactiveness in my left nipple. 10yrs later (and post 2nd BA) and it has never returned. I just tell my man not to gauge anything on that one as it doesn't play nice anymore.  I can still feel if touched but it's not sensitive anymore & most definitely doesn't stand to attention as quickly or as often as it should. Not like the right one anyway.

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It is definitely possible that it might not go back to the way it was. When I had my first BA, I lost most sensation & reactiveness in my left nipple. 10yrs later (and post 2nd BA) and it has never returned. I just tell my man not to gauge anything on that one as it doesn't play nice anymore.  I can still feel if touched but it's not sensitive anymore & most definitely doesn't stand to attention as quickly or as often as it should. Not like the right one anyway.

Oh dang!! I find it so weird to be high beaming on only one side and if it's permanent I'm going to find it harder to be comfortable in going bra-less. Thanks for the response though. It's still early days so fingers crossed, but I guess I won't hold my breath....

Ps, I love that you told hubby that that one doesn't play nice anymore - gave me a giggle as I imagine they'd wonder what they were doing wrong ?

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