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whether or not you want reconstructive surgery is such a personal thing. i was on edge about reconstruction therapy because i didnt like the idea of a forum substance being inside my body for the rest of my life just for appearance, but i decided to do it. for me this was the right decision. i love how it looks and i feel more confident then ever, but i met pleny of people who chose to not go with reconstruction and they are extremely happy. it is all about whats right for the individual. i wish you luck in your decision.

In the hospital there were people that helped out patients that have financal problems and they help you navigate it all. They also have funds put to the side that help people with their expenses. They really helped me, so you should try to contact your hospital and see what they say.

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