I Jumped off of a Chair a Week After Breast Getting Breast Implants. Will This Do Any Harm? I'm 5'3 my weight is 120 300cc implants under the muscle.
I Jumped off of a Chair a Week After Breast Getting Breast Implants. Will This Do Any Harm?
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I usually recommend limited rigorous acitivity after surgery to minimize the risk of hematomas, etc.. In most cases in my office, rest 3-4 wks until you start aerobics, and 6-8 weeks for heavy lifting.
Strenuous activity after breast surgery
I caution my patients who undergo breast surgery, especially implant surgery, to avoid strenuous activity for 4-6 weeks after surgery. Anything that causes the breasts to bounce should be avoided during this time period. When they do resume these types of activities, I have them wear a very supportive bra in order to keep the implants and/or breasts supported. With that said, a single jump from a chair should not be a problem. If you notice any asymmetry, increased swelling or pain, I would encourage you to follow-up with your surgeon. Otherwise, I don't feel as if you should be concerned.
First two weeks should be careful with activity
You should be catiouse with your activity after surgery the first 2 to 3 weeks are crucial. Regarding your question unless you have pain swelling after your jump you should be fine.
see your doctor if any doubt .
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