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It’s the morning after Maria’s breast reduction surgery at The Avoca Clinic and she’s been up bright and early and is ready to update us on her recovery so far.
In her previous blogs, Maria mentioned that she was worried about how immobile she would be after surgery. Thankfully her concerns were laid to rest as she explains in her third video diary.
The Morning After Maria’s Breast Reduction
So far Maria has been recuperating nicely in her room, drinking lots of water and enjoying her breakfast. She’s even been for a walk along the clinic’s corridors and, as she says herself, is full of smiles and in absolutely no pain.
Wearing a neatly-fitted sports bra, which is in her desired cup size, Maria praises the clinic’s staff for their extraordinary care and attention. After surgery, Maria is hooked up to two drips that are used to drain excess fluid and blood. She’ll bring these drips home with her, but will have them removed at the clinic in a couple of days.
Detailing her recovery period, Maria explains that after she has the drips removed she won’t visit The Avoca Clinic again for another two weeks. At this later appointment she’ll have her stitches removed and will be firmly on the road to complete recovery.
As she ends her video diary, Maria explains that there was no need for her pre-surgery fears of pain, as everything went perfectly with no complications. In a couple of weeks, Maria will have her stitches removed and will finally have the chance to see her new breasts.
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