Is it normal to be this lopsided four weeks after? (photo)

I'm four weeks out, and my left looks totally different then the right. I know they are two different breast, but I've been pushing down on it for two weeks and its not changing at all. I don't want to overreact to my ps about it, but it's really bothering me. I know it's early and I won't see results till 6 months. But I feel they shouldn't be this off from one another. Thanks. 371, silicone, round, under. I'm right handed if that matters.

Doctor Answers (5)

Asymmetric breasts

+2

From the photos it appears your implants are high - hopefully the will drop with more time - if not you may need a revision


Brea Plastic Surgeon
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Post op asymmetry

+1
Although you have some size discrepancy that was pre-existing you look pretty good for only being four weeks preop. Give it some time.

Christopher J. Davidson, MD, FACS
Wellesley Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

BBA

+1

Your breasts were asymmetrical pre-op. Certainly, your implants are still high and need to drop BUT the asymmetry you have appears to at least partially be pre-existing. You should discuss your concerns with your PS.

Best,

Asif Pirani, MD, FRCS(C)
Toronto Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 28 reviews

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