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[IP] Re: One word for Tina

Sara -- I can't agree with you on this one.  I did, however ask my doc if I
could use breast tissue for insertion sites.  If I have to end up with
hypertrophied sites, maybe at last I could look like I have difinately
passed through puberty (this after nursing all three of my kids for a year).
He about came unglued.  I think that it was mostly because he is the world's
most embarrassed doc when it comes to female breasts (and I've spent so much
time in locker rooms that I know that the basic parts are the same and that
I couldn't care less), but he did have one point that could possibly be
considered valid.  How would you know for certain if you had tissue changes
from site irritation, as versus a lump that should be biopsied?
Take care,

Date: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 14:29:29 EST
From: email @ redacted
Subject: [IP] one word for Tina
Tina Farrell wrote:
> has anyone ever dared to try breast tissue? After all, I
> would think not many nerve endings. But I'd be chicken to try
> it unless someone knows something about it.

and one more word.....
and a couple more...
Sara - who likes her pump as far from these two appendages as possible!!!!!
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