Predinisone will not work for you.
You have a restricted submuscular space and an implant that is too large for you. You need surgery. Larger space will need to be created and the implant size will need to be adjusted accordingly.
At this point you have to follow your surgeon's recommendations. If they were soft and now moved up and are hard then you may have a capsular contracture and probably will require further surgery if they do not settle. Best of luck.
How do I know if I'm experiencing capsular contracture?
Thank you for your question and series of photographs. Capsular contracture first typically manifests itself with hardening of your implants and surrounding scar tissue which can then lead to an inappropriate implant position. Early treatment involves some prescription medications such as accolate. Talk to your surgeon about other measures that you can incorporate now to try and resolve this.
Follow up with your surgeon
Capsular contraction after breast augmentation is a serious concern. Medical management is the initial treatment as well as aggressive massage. Some office will offer Aspen treatment which we have had some great success. It is always best to treat capsular contracture early and aggressively.Best Wishes,Nana Mizuguchi, MD