Thank you for your question. It is crucial that you consult your plastic surgeon who performed your breast lift for postoperative management questions. You should not follow Internet advice.
should always be managed by your surgeon as your surgeon knows what was done and what kind of implant coverage you have. I hope you have done this by now. As for a stuck dressing, consider washing it off in the shower or using a hydrogen peroxide solution (50:50) to remove it.
Nothing sounds particularly bothersome from your description. But a photo would help.
You will get a more useful response from your own surgeon, who knows you, knows what was done, and who is following your recovery. All the best.
WIthout photos it is impossible to say how to treat this. If it is from a small seperation, often these go on to heal with local wound care. Always best to ask your surgeon.
Thank you for your question. Without photos or an examination, it is impossible to determine what is going on. Some oozing may happen, but this far out it is not very common. Best advice is to follow up with your surgeon and keep him or her appraised of what is going on.
The findings that you are describing sound like they are most likely not serious. Some occasional drainage can happen. I would recommend a formal evaluation by your surgeon to see and examine you to make sure there is no an undrained fluid collection or concerns for infection. Good luck