Why Do I Have Red Spots on my Left Breast After BA? (photo)

I had my BA 10 days ago and yesterday I noticed some red spots on my left breast and I am freaking out! Do I have hematoma? I'm so scared

Doctor Answers (6)

Red spots on breast

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I am not sure what the isolated red spots are. It is best to be evaluated in person to get a history and perform a thorough exam.


Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Breast hematoma

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A hematoma after breast augmentation causes a rapid and dramatic enlargement of the breast involved, not red spots on the skin.  Please go back to your doctor for an evaluation.

Richard P. Rand, MD, FACS
Seattle Plastic Surgeon
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Red spots after surgery

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Though it is probably nothing to be concerned about, it is best to visit your plastic surgeon for an evaluation.  

Mennen T. Gallas, MD
Katy Plastic Surgeon
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   These red spots may be a little bruise or a little irritation from dressings.  A hematoma would be accompanied by an increase in breast size.  You can always get an exam from your plastic surgeon if you are concerned.

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Red spots

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It is difficult to say what is going on in the picture.  You should see and speak to the operating surgeon to determine the etiology of the spots.

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