8 days post op, is it possible of getting a uniboob? (photos)
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You have NO evidence for symmastia ("uniboob").
You should listen to your surgeon, as s/he has done a fabulous job, and your "friend" is making you worry needlessly. Share your concerns with your surgeon and ask if s/he has any suggestions to minimize this occurring. I would advise against wearing bras that compress the breasts inward (like push-up bras or stretch bras) and minimize strenuous activities for the first 2-3 weeks.
I see nothing of concern here but a busybody "friend." Best wishes! Dr. Tholen
Breast Lift with Implants
You look great. No evidence of uniboob (synmastia). You are lucky to look so good. Fabulous work! All the best, "Dr. Joe"
8 days post op, is it possible of getting a uniboob
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No evidence of symmastia
Not Uniboob for you
You have tight cleavage, no uniboob
normal boundaries appear to have been conserved. A "uniboob" is the layman's term for symmastia, when there is a communication between both breasts. Your photo does not appear to show this. Good luck.