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Alan Chalfant’s only crime was messaging a pretty girl.
But for whatever reason, most of us talk about the mechanics of sex about as readily as we talk about the mechanics of other normal, healthy functions like, say, pooping. Luckily, I’d reached out to other patients so I had an inkling of what was to come.
I knew that even a nipple-sparing mastectomy would eliminate two key players on the team, leaving my chest a dead zone — no nerves, no feeling, nothing.
But not all breast cancer patients know this going in.
I still hear horror stories about women who have mastectomies then turn to their doctors in puzzlement when their skin and/or nipples remain numb.
On the social networking site, the two began to exchange flirtatious messages. I wasn’t doing anything wrong,” said Chalfant, who said he turned to online dating because of his busy schedule.
The conversation turned sexual when the “girl” told Chalfant she was in Seattle, but planned to return to nursing school out-of-state in the coming months and wanted to be “friends with benefits.” The two made plans to meet in a public place. While Chalfant was eager to meet the woman, he said her messages abruptly stopped. “Maybe a change of heart; maybe she met somebody else.” “I just didn’t send anymore messages,” he said.
Losing my breasts and sensation was just the beginning.