Should I carry on running anyway?
prob best to ask your surgeon/cancer nurse? Although you will need a few weeks off after surgery anyway - are they replacing the implant? (Just curious as I have same)
No, it's two weeks, it sounds like common sense says that going two weeks without running isn't exactly that big a deal.
Catch up on a TV boxset, then just get back running when You can. My implants were cosmetic, but I felt shite for 3 weeks, was back running after about 6-7 weeks.
Just spoken to BC nurse who suggested the following [obvious really] -
"if it hurts, don't do it".
The rupture has spread under my armpit so is pressing on nerves and quite uncomfortable so [as a runner herself] maybe put my feet up or walk in the meantime. I cycle to work so can get some exercise from that.
However, after confessing I'd just mowed the lawn and done some heavy weeding, she asked if I didn't have someone who could take over the heavy duties - I had to laugh, as I do have a husband but he doesn't do anything remotely physical or that might mean he has to get up from the TV / PC. I quite often end up asking a male friend to come and 'do things' in the garden / DIY for me!
I'm off to have a cuppa now as I'm knackered! He did make the tea btw.
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