3 Weeks PO and Rippling Already?

Hi Ladies! I have a question and I am hoping...

Hi Ladies! I have a question and I am hoping someone has some advice for me.

I had my BA on June 22. I chose the Mentor MemoryGel moderate/plus profile 350 cc. I am 5'5" 114 lbs (thin framed) with little to NO natural breast tissue. I had the surgery on a Friday and on Monday the bandages were removed. My breast were just slightly swollen and very low already. They were very soft to the touch and very natural looking. They never did sit high or get hard or tight. I noticed the left breast was larger and fuller looking on the bottom right away. You can acutally see the implant puckering on the bottom left breast (or poking out). I am going to try to get a picture and post it for you to see. The right breast is wonderful. You can't feel anything. As a matter of fact, if it wasn't for the problem with the left breast you wouldn't really know they were implants!

When I bend over you can see definite rippling on the sides of both breasts. Is this beacuse I am so thin and have very little body fact? I am concerned with the rippling and the fact that they are already in what I consider to be the perfect position. I am hoping they don't 'drop' anymore!!

Has anyone else had this experience? I would love any feedback anyone is welling to offer!


I have posted a few pictures. One full view and 2...

I have posted a few pictures. One full view and 2 of each breast. I hope you can see what I am concerned with. Implants were placed sub/muscular. I am not sure if going bigger would have helped. After seeing how low I am at this point I would be afraid a bigger implant would drop even more! Not sure.....

Not sure why the captions didn't work on the pics....

Not sure why the captions didn't work on the pics. The second pic is the left breast and you can sort of see the implant. The third pic is the right breast and it is perfectly smooth and round!
well, lucky you in a way. I have plenty elsewhere ;))))))) C
Yes, but I have NO extra fat on me anywhere that I can afford to lose it and there are so many variables as to how much of the fat would survive or be absorbed by the body, and other issues still. But me not having any of my own fat to use is the major factor. Thanks for the information though. I hadn't even heard of that for breasts!

Did he mention anything about those fat injections?
I would not consider strattice since it would require a full revision anyway :/ C
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