I Just Had my BA Done and in a Lot of Pain?

I just had my BA done yesterday...I'm I'm a lot of pain...and they are both swelling but why do I feel as if one is bigger than the other or is that normal for now??? And when do I start messaging them so they can drop faster???

Doctor Answers (5)

Breast Enhancement Surgery

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Pain is normal if one breast is swelling much more than the other you should be evaluated for a hematoma as soon as possible 


New York Plastic Surgeon
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Recent surgery and pain

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Congratulations! The first day after surgery my patients are on a strict medication schedule including narcotics and muscle relaxants. Review your schedule with your surgeon.

Norman Bakshandeh, MD, FACS
New York Plastic Surgeon
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Pain after breast implants

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At one day post-op it is way too early to see the final results. If you have significant pain that is uncomfortable, you should contact your surgeon.

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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A Lot of Pain

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No one reading this question can answer these questions as well as your surgeon can, and if there is a problem that needs to be addressed, only your surgeon can do that. 

These are appropriate questions--don't feel that you are bothering the office!

Thanks and best wishes.

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