I'm scheduled at NOLA April 6 for bilateral mast and DIEP. There's been a very short time between diagnosis and scheduling surgery, and though I tried very hard to quit smoking as soon as I was diagnosed (I desperately wanted to quit anyway), I have had to go from regular cigarettes to an ecig, and then reducing nicotine levels with the ecig. I am now just two days nicotine free, but I do plan to stay that way. My question is this: is it too little too late? Am I still compromised if I have the surgery April 6? I should mention that I'm also 35-40 lbs over a healthy weight. My tumor is 2cm, and I'm ++-. Would I be better of pushing back my surgery?