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I ran comfortably at 5 weeks but in 2 sports bras and didn't run as far as I usually do. I can squeeze my breasts but slightly tender underneath still, near the incisions. I also have a lot of tenderness under my right armpit still. This was the breast that was the tighter fit. At 8 weeks I'm really feeling very normal pain-wise. Chinchilla, I would say turnaround point for me was around 6 weeks. Most of the niggling pains cleared up about then. I can't squeeze my boobs together, though. They are still a ways off that, but I can press into them quit firmly. I am cautious when hubby squeezes them. He's very gentle but I concentrate to not flinch in the concern that he may hit a sore spot or squeeze that little bit too hard (he hasn't, though).

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I just want to get to 'porn star level' where I can comfortably do ANYTHING to them - rough them up etc.

I guess Ill be waiting a long time.

PS. Thats not me insinuating I would like to be a p-star lol.

lol i love this analogy, its so true though isnt it. I think for me its the point that you forget they are there and are just normal.

Good to know im looking at around 6 weeks or more. Id be so lost without this forum

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Hahaahha

I too would be lost without this forum.

PS TO ALL. Oh yes and I wasnt insulting P-stars for those who did read this - sorry.

lol i love this analogy, its so true though isnt it. I think for me its the point that you forget they are there and are just normal.

Good to know im looking at around 6 weeks or more. Id be so lost without this forum

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Im so glad you posted this thread as i was wondering the exact same thing.. im 3 1/2 weeks post op and im still feeling nigling of pains..thought that it would have been done by now..

and baaaaad back pain every morning along with the morning boob.. uuggh!

Love my new boobs though ;)

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