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And being incredibly fair-skinned means that I scar easily, so even with a top-notch plastic surgeon, I will probably always have visible physical reminders of my surgery every time I take my shirt off.
When people question whether my choice to have preventative surgery is extreme, I like to use the following analogy: You would never, get on a plane that had an 87% chance of crashing.
In fact, you’d probably avoid the airport, call the TSA, and maybe consider abandoning air travel altogether in favor of trains or boats for the rest of your life. I could spend the rest of my life getting bi-annual MRIs and ultrasounds, doing monthly self-exams, and just wait for the day that one of those tests reveals cancer, or I can have a double mastectomy and lower my risk to be less than the general population’s.
A mastectomy now does not mean that I’m being pessimistic or a hypochondriac; it means avoiding a mastectomy with the additional risks of chemotherapy or radiation later on in life.
So this December, just before my 28th birthday, I’ll be saying ta-ta to my tatas.