From the photo you posted, it appears to be a rash most likely from the surgical tape that was used, contact dermatitis. The incision itself looks good. You can try a OTC steroid cream to help with the itching and it should clear up soon. Also contact your surgeon and let him/her know about your rash so they know you may have a sensitivity issue and go from there! ac
It looks like a reaction from either the surgical glue/tapes or something you're putting on your skin. You can apply hydrocortisone cream to the area to help with the itch. If it gets worse, check with your surgeon. Good luck!
You are probably reacting to something you are putting on your skin, either a cream or adhesive. Check with your surgeon. Switch to something mild like Dove soap and an over the counter steroid. Should clear up in a couple weeks.
Sensitivity to adhesive is the most common cause of a bumpy and itchy rash around an incision right after surgery. You can wash the area well with Ivory soap, and apply an over the counter steroid cream for relief, though it is important to check with your surgeon before you do so.
Thank you for your question. The rash that you have in your picture appears to be contact dermatitis. This is easily treated. I recommend that you make an appointment with your plastic surgeon to discuss treatment options.
I assume that you had a breast augmentation. This looks like a simple contact dermatitis that should respond to OTC steroid cream. You might want to check w your doctors office to learn what type of adhesive was used as you may be sensitive to it.