Hello, I just had surgery one week ago and I had my areolos made smaller in the process. Everything for the most part seems to be fine however, I dont seem to be getting an erection in my left nipple and a burning sensation around both nipples. Sensation seems to be there, but the skin seems so tight that it wont erect on that one side. As I am healing, will I gain erection ability back in my nipple? Thanks for your assistance.
No Nipple Erection After a BA and Mastopexy? (photo)
Doctor Answers (8)
Usually only temporary
Too early to assess results
Sensation changes are generally considered temporary and will go away in about a year. If the sensation doesn't return in two years, then it probably won't return to how it was before surgery.
Breast surgery and nipples
At one week after surgery, everything is healing and a bit swollen. Give it several months to heal before worrying about erectile function of your nipples.
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