Good surgery causes minimal discomfort and makes it hard to have patients keep their activities low so they don't bleed and form capsular contracture, or require re-operation for hematoma evacuation! Some surgeons even "market" their breast augmentation "special techniques" as enabling their patients to go dancing the night after surgery! WOW, that must be some great surgeon!
The reality is that tissues need to heal, and assuming you do not have some metabolic or basic healing deficiency, we all heal at about the same rate. "You're a poor healer" is most often an excuse for something else, and "I'm a good healer" is often another excuse to do something you shouldn't. Collagen synthesis and blood vessel metabolism don't "follow" these excuses or "sayings," they just proceed along their normal pace and duration. So why risk a problem just because you have "gotten away with" doing more than your doctor has recommended.
My partner and I do several hundred breast augmentations per year. Not one patient EXPECTS to bleed or INTENTIONALLY misbehaves! But every year we have two or three patients who were doing something that "seemed" perfectly fine . . . until that blood vessel popped, the breast filled up with blood, and re-operation ruined the evening for about half a dozen people who have to come in and re-operate to evacuate the hematoma and (hopefully) avoid the increased risk of capsular contracture.
BEHAVE YOURSELF! You have been lucky so far--who knows if it will hold out?