Breast implants do not move after the first 6 weeks of surgery. After the first 6 weeks a capsule forms the implant that keeps it in place. The capsule keeps it therefore in place for years.
For the breast implant to move therefore there must be a change at the level of your inner breast implant capsule.
It is possible you may have developed an early form of capsule contracture.
Even in the case of contracture or displacement a successful revision can be curative.
Just like any other type of medicine you need to be re-evaluated as soon as possible by any expert in the field.
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Please see your surgeon as it may be possible that you have developed capsular contracture. Best of luck.
Yes, if you have a saline implant, you could be having a deflation. If you see more ripples, this is another sign.
Thanks for your question! The best person to answer all of these questions is your plastic surgeon. He or she has full knowledge of your breasts before and after surgery. I would advise calling the office and setting up an appointment. Good luck!
Thank you for the photos and questions but you really need to be seen and evaluated to determine what is going on
Without knowing when your surgery was, what kind of implants you have and over what time these changes have appeared, it is difficult to give meaningful advice here. Suffice it to say, you should see and be examined by your surgeon and ask him/her these questions.
Thank you for your question. If these symptoms just started recently you need to see your plastic surgeon for an examination and diagnosis. The possibilities include expansion or tearing of the implant capsule or possibly implant rupture. In either case you need an examination and diagnosis.