Breast implants looking distorted.. :(

  • lovely28
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 2 years ago

Hi: I'm a 5'2 120 pounds with a 14 bwd. I went from 32AA to 34D with a 550 (L) and 500 (R) natrelle saline implants HP. I am 3 months post op but really concerned with the results. I think my breast is looking distorted and I would like to have your girls  opinions as to see, if I need to have a revision right away to fix the problem. I understand it may take it up to a year for your breast to settle, but I also know that all cases are different. Thank you for your time. :)

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Thanks for all your advice and time..I'm going for a second opinion since my right breast keeps falling . My PS says he will do a revision. I will keep you posted ...again thank you. :)
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I think they are absolutely gorgeous. They look completely natural. Great fit on your frame for a larger size implant. I would be in heaven if I were you!
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Lovely28 ~ the breasts appear to have a slightly different shape vs size. Can you massage them and feel whether they have shifted or maybe flipped? With that said, the look great however I can understand your desire for perfection. Try a second opinion with a surgeon in your area. Most offer a free consultation. Try to find another reliable surgeon that will not "create" an issue to make money.
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Help!!!
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Hi Angie, thanks for the reply and Yes anything can be possible at this time. I just dont understand why one breast can look so different, they almost look that each of them can belong to two different people...lol.. I see that I also have a flat part undertneah my Lefty. I just dont know anymore many Dr's here in the forum said the results are acceptable but how can they be .. looking at my pictures ones is big and up , the other one is sitting low and not as big.. is it Me? maybe we are sometimes too perfectionist ? am I that wrong.? . :( Im so frustrated.. :(
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I honestly can't tell from your photo, but if you're concerned, you should certainly call your surgeon for a post-op follow up. Makenzie just found out she has early stage capsular contracture (she's 3.5 months post-op), so it can happen. Hopefully this isn't the case with you, but better to catch it early if it is.

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