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Implant - Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Hello! I did my breasts 6 weeks ago and one of the...

Hello! I did my breasts 6 weeks ago and one of the implants is a bit on the site. I don't know why and is it possible to be corrected without another surgery? The implant is under the muscle and the doctor said that he needed to cut a bit the muscle because the implants were too big. Thanks in advance. Lina
Emil Georgiev

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             yours may take a little longer to go away! final results is 3 months! id wait until than before you make a decision to have it corrected! 
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             i agree with susan34! i had a double bubble in a previous surgery i had on my left breast! i was freaking out toi! i noticed it immediately after surgery! ut it did go away around the 6 week mark! so be patient! 
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With double bubble it can correct itself sometimes . Dr like you to wait at least 6 months to revise . I have a slight double bubble in my right breast but unless it gets worse i have decided to leave it as it could get better or worse with surgery and it isn't bad only visible when I lift my hands :)
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Looks like a bit of a double bubble maybe?
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Yes,I think so too.But how is that happened?
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The normal looking one looks really low ...I would go to another surgeon and the their opinion.
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oh no! Let us know how many cc's you had gone with and what was your size beforehand? Hope you can get that fixed dear!
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Can you send some pictures please!
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;( oh no I'm so sorry! How big were you before? Did u get silicone or saline? And How many cc's did u get? I would maybe go to another dr an get their opinion an have a free consultation
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