I had my ba 2 and half weeks ago. I was very flat chested definitely not even an A cup. No breast tissue at all. My frame is really small too so my surgeon only suggested 200 cc unders through transaxillary. I am happy with the size though i slightly wish i was able to go bigger. i think my surgeon still did a good job considering on how flat my breast were. I need to go on a trip 2 weeks from now which will be around a month after the surgery, would it be really bad to wear an underwire bra??
Underwire Bra After 4 Weeks Since BA?
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Underwire Bras After Breast Augmentation
Underwire bra after 6 weeks
Each surgeon has a slightly different protocol but from the posts most surgeons say 4-6 weeks before an underwire bra can be worn.
I usually don't have my patients wearing underwire until at least 4-6 weeks. What's most important with underwire is to be sure the wire truly is in your fold, and not pushing into your breast.
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Underwire bra after breast augmentation
I usually tell my patients they can wear an underwire bra four weeks after their procedure. However, each surgeon does things a little differently. It may be best to ask your surgeon what he or she recommends.
Underwire bra after Breast Augmentation
I tell my patients to wait at least 6 weeks before they wear an underwire bra. Every doctor has different recommendations so it is best if you consult with your plastic surgeon. Being that the incision was trans-axillary, you might be able to wear an underwire bra for a few hours for an outing but I would suggest talking to your doctor.
As you can see all surgeons do have different protocols and you should follow the recommendations of your surgeon who you paid to care for you. i allow my patients to wear and underwire bra within four weeks if they have had an incision in the breast fold. with a transaxillary approach it would be sooner
Underwire bra ok after breast augmentation as long as not painful or tender
I tell my patient they can wear a regular underwire bra (no extra push up padding) after surgery as soon as they wish as long as it is comfortable. I tell them to avoid the bras that have the extra push up padding for 8 weeks since it is best to allow the implant to sit properly in the lower pole of the breast until the capsule has formed. Certainly you should discuss this with your surgeon. Best wishes.
Underwire bra after a breast augmentation
Regarding when you can wear a underwire bra after your breast augmentation, it is important to ask your surgeon because we all have different protocols. I personally tell my patients to avoid it for 6 weeks. This is because it may irritate the incision if it is in your breast fold, but more importantly, it is important to allwo the implants to "settle" into position. Underwire bras tend to hold the imlants in a high position and prevent or delay the normal dropping into a natural position. Specifically with transaxillary placement, I find that the implants tend to stay "high" a little longer so this is even more reason to avoid underwire. Again ask your surgeon.
Underwire bra after breast augmentation
Every doctor is different. Indeed, every patient is different, and the plastic surgeon may modify his own protocol depending on the operation. In our office, we have patients in a sports bra for several weeks. We then liberalize them into a more aesthetic but still supportive bra. We have them wear under-wires after that. Best to talk to your plastic surgeon and then follow his guidance.
Wearing an underwire bra after Breast Augmentation
I normally ask my patients to wear the surgical bra for 4 weeks and then go to a soft, non-underwire bra after that for a while. The time that I allow patients to proceed with wearing an underwire bra is when they have full sensation all over their breasts. You need to make sure that your bra still allows for implant settling because the settling of implants can take months. Ask your surgeon about your trip and see what his/her recommendation is.
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