I had a BL and under the muscle silicone implants 3 weeks ago. I have an (anchor with lolipop) My left nipple started sticking to my bra four days ago. It is like something is coming out of my nipple and causing it to stick. It looks like a bit of pink may be coming out. This is the actual nipple not the areola where my incisions are. This has made my nipple swell twice the size of my other and it extremely sensitive ...enough to call painful. It has started to look pail white now. Is it dying?!
Sick of the Pain HELP Please?
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Painful nipple with discharge
You should speak with your plastic surgeon soon. After three weeks it si unlikely that your nipple is dying. An infection may be present but 3 weeks after surgery this would be unusual. The best way to know is to have it examined. In the interim place xeroform on your nipple. It will prevent anything from sticking to it and causing you pain. Hope you feel better soon.
Nipple pain after augmentation
I would not wait any further for opinions on this matter and make a phone call right now to your plastic surgeon who will most definitely want to know about this. The nipple is viable since you have pain but it may be compromised or may be an infection but you need an evaluation. Best of luck.
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Despite good intentions, online consultants will not be able to provide you with the diagnosis, advice, and/or meaningful reassurance. The use of a “nonstick” dressing over the nipple/areola may be helpful in preventing painful sticking of dressings to the area. Otherwise, best to see your plastic surgeon for good advice.
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