Tuesday, February 28, 2012
I was able to walk to the bathroom this morning, brush my teeth, and clean up a little bit. I took several walks down the hallway with some help. I have to use incentive spirometer breathing toy to help make sure my lungs are clear and won't develop pneumonia. Both surgeons were in this morning to check on me. They took the binder and dressings off to examine me. They both said every thing looks good. I have some bruising and discoloration but they said that's normal. I ate breakfast, lunch, and dinner without any trouble. I made it into real pants now, but still can't get a normal shirt on because of the IV and giant ice packs.
Dr. Colette explained that lumps that were found on my MRI at the end of December were something called fibroadenomes. Which are small fiberous lumps that can move around the breast. They were all benign. We'll have the full pathology report by the end of the week.
The strangest thing is that my eye sight is really blurry. It might be from the anesthesia or from the scop patch. Even with my contacts in it's hard to see. I had to turn the zoom up huge to be able to see as I'm typing this. Hopefully this goes away soon.