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For some women, the decision to be subjected to major surgery like a mastectomy can save their life. But like any operation, there may be side effects that patients have to deal with after the procedure. One of these side effects is losing breast sensation.
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Breast cancer is becoming a common occurrence in society today. More women are opting to undergo mastectomy and reconstruction surgery.
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Many women who have undergone a mastectomy, either through choice or as a form of treatment for cancer, later choose to have reconstructive surgery as a way to restore the way that they looked and the way that they felt about their body before their breasts were removed.
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In the past, sensation represented a significant missing factor in the success of breast reconstruction. While patients could enjoy the physical shape of their newly-restored breasts, their previous mastectomy meant that their new curves had no sensation.
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A mastectomy is an operation to remove the breast. It is usually referred to as a double mastectomy if you are having both breasts removed. It is a fairly common procedure in the treatment of breast cancer in either men or women and can also be used to reduce the risk of developing cancer in the breast tissue.
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