What's the usual amount of pain associated with having butt implants?
Are Buttock Implants Very Painful?
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Pain post buttock implant surgery
Buttock augmentation using implants is known to be painful and uncomfortable the first few days following surgery. Be patient and follow the directions advised by your surgeon for best results. Remember, beauty is pain.
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YES. They are very painful. There will be pain for up to a month, but most of the pain will be during the first week.
Are Buttock Implants Painful
Buttock Implants - are they painful?
During the first few days, there will be discomfort associated with the procedure, but it normally begins to die down after a week or two. The main issue with buttock implants is that you will not be able to sit down until there is adequate healing. Patients need to understand that following buttock implants, they will not be able to sit down for at least 2 weeks and will not be able to resume most normal activities for up to 6 weeks or more if there are any problems with healing. More rigorous activities will not be able to be enjoyed for about two months after the buttock implants. Patient may also need to wear a compression garment offering support to the area.
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Buttock Implants and Pain
Buttock implants have as much pain and discomfort as a breast augmentation (which is not much). Different individuals have different threshholds for pain and have different experiences. In general they are not very uncomfortable. the Discomfort comes in the form of not being able to sit on them for the first week or so and spending your time on your tummy which can become annoying. Once that phase is gone most patients agree that is is not very painful.
Pain after Butt implants
Butt implants can be performed successfully to create a beautiful augmentation and re-contouring. However, this is not a simple procedure. After a Butt implant surgery, busy central that they did not put pressure on to the areas of the Butt or put tension on the incision that was used. In our practice, we commonly tell our patients that after this surgery they should not lie on their part or in a seated position for up to two weeks. Patients return to the office every 2-3 days so that we can check their wounds to make sure that they are healing well and do not have an infection and to assist them with cleaning. Patients tell us that they had a tight sensation but that this discomfort can be controlled with Tylenol and pain medications such as Darvocet or Vicodin.
Buttock implants are painful
Buttock implants are painful and should only be done in patients who fully understand this. It takes quit a lot of time to recover from this type of surgery , patients cannot sit on the implants and have to sit on the ishium or rest on the thigh area . Early on it is uncomfortable to walk but this gets better with time.
As far as the amount of pain, this is always subjective and each person deals with pain differently.
Insertion of buttock implants is uncomfortable
The procedure for buttock implants involves putting the implants into the gluteus maximus (Glutes) muscle or under the fascia (the covering of the muscle). This is quite uncomfortable for the first three weeks. The implants are made of a soft silicone and feel very normal after that early recovery time.
Yes, they can be painful...
for only a few days. Similar to a breast implant, the butt implant is placed within the gluteus maximus muscle. Because of this placement, there will be pain associated because of muscle spasms. There are medications to ease the pain until the muscles adapt to the change.
Buttock Implants and Pain
Although buttock implants are one of the more painful operations in the field of plastic surgery, much of the pain subsides after 4-5 days and the rest resolves over the ensuing 2-3 weeks. Pain is very a subjective thing and it is proven that those who have a reasonable expectation of the pain and acceptance of the pain fair much better after surgery than those who drastically fear the pain and don't try to cope with the pain...RAS
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