Hello I have a question for you, why does the information given online not make it clear that if you’re over 30 BMI you don’t qualify for breast reconstruction after a mastectomy on the NHS? I’ve been sent down a rabbit hole told have ur breasts off, then found out I had to loose weight to qualify for reconstruction which has been adding to my horrid situation, as my hormones are the cause of all this so of course I had a few pounds extra, then given meds that cause weight gain and left with no help or advice. I’ve managed to starve myself to loose some weight which is not ideal through this situation but I’m still slightly over 30 so I’m living in fear not knowing if when the day comes I’ll be turned way it’s not healthy to live like this so last night I thought I’ll look online see what others have done in this situation shockingly it’s not at all clear why its not possible on the NHS if your slightly over 30 BMI it does not say you will not be entitled just says you may be asked to loose weight. If it is because it’s a higher risk an explanation as to why I’m fit enough to go through having a full mastectomy and the skin expanders fitted which is the most risky surgery yet if I’m over 30 BMI when my appointment finally comes along I could be turned away for removing them and fitting implants in just a day surgery home the same day? Why on earth is this not on the news and people being made aware of how the NHS are treating cancer patients in this situation? It’s sick to do this to someone in my situation, screws with ur mental health.