Its been two weeks. do they look ok i have a dent on my breast due to the fact i had tubular breast with no tissue under my nipple. so the doctor had to cut my inside to make the implant look ok so now my boobs look round. when will they get soft they are a little hard i just started to massage
2weeks After Breast Aug. with Tubular Breast?
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2 Weeks after Breast Augmentation for Tuberous Breasts
2 Weeks after Breast Augmentation for Tuberous Breasts is too early to determine if the result will be good. There will be change in the next 3 or 4 months. Kenneth Hughes, MD breast augmentation Los Angeles, CA
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Correction of Tubular Breast Requires Patience
Time is required to recover from BA
Thank you for your inquiry.
It seems that you are at the pretty early stages of recovery from you breast augmentation surgery.
Therefore, patience is very important at this point as well as following your surgeons instructions religiously; implants do require time to settle into their pockets naturally.
I hope this helps and the best of luck to you.
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2 weeks post
The breasts have a tendency to soften quite a bit after this form of surgery. I would aggressively continue with the massage.
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It just takes time for things to settle out. I think you are very early in the post operative period. It is hard for me to comment without seeing photos however.
2weeks After Breast Aug. with Tubular Breast
Everyone heals at their own pace. Usually if the implants feel tight, there was a large implant and relatively small amount of breast tissue. The implants will feel softer and the skin and muscle stretch, and that can be several months. There can be other causes of implants feeling hard, and none of them can be evaluated on line.
Your questions can be best answered by your surgeon. Best wishes for an uneventful recovery.
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