It normal to feel my implant gonna fall out when I take compression bra off? (photo)
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BA after 2 weeks. Very normal.
Breast augmentation - feel heavy when I take off the bra
One side always heals faster than the other -=
And it is normal to feel very heavy without the bra for several more weeks.
But if you feel the implant is in the wrong position - please return now to your surgeon to be checked.
Always see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Best wishes. Elizabeth Morgan MD PHD
Thank you for your question. Based on these photos you appear to be healing well. It is typical that when removing support, gravity can shift weight and cause a bit more sensitivity or strain on incisions/nerves. Overall the breasts usually feel much less sensitive and sore by around 3 weeks post op. It is also not uncommon to have each side feel a bit different. Unless you notice, new, drastic changes or increasing pain it doesn't sound like you have a problem. If unsure you can call your Plastic Surgeon.
All the best
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First, you look very good for two weeks post op. Every surgeon has his/her ideas on garments worn after surgery. There is no universal correct treatment. If you are right handed, quite often the rigth breast may hurt more and appear more swollen just by normal right sided activity. The sensations you are feeling are normal, but of course, you should follow up with your surgeon for their opinion. The breasts naturally settle at different rates after surgery. They will slowly feel and look more natural with time.
Best of luck.
It normal to feel my implant gonna fall out when I take compression bra off?
Asymmetric swelling is quite common at this stage. The photographs appear to be normal for 2 weeks after the procedure. It seems to be very early to go back to truck driving. Please do follow the advice of your Plastic Surgeon regarding when you can resume your job and other activities.
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