3 days post op, is this bruising normal? (Photos)
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Bruising after augmentation
Some bruising is normal How much bruising is not will depend upon your physical exam. The photo does not look bad. If you are concerned, see your surgeon.
Post Op Bruising
A few days after surgery, dark bruises can appear and settle with gravity. This can be normal and will typically resolve within two weeks however I recommend that you ask your Plastic Surgeon to assess you in order to rule out hematoma and to make sure that you have proper blood flow in the areolas.
All the best
Thank you for your quesiton.
You can experience some bruising after surgery which is normal. I would recommend seeing your surgeon for an in person evaluation. From the photo you posted it appears you have a little more swelling on the left side along with the bruising, you want to make sure you do not have a hematoma on that side. Good luck with recovery.
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Your bruising looks normal but I would just make sure that you do not have a hematoma. It is difficult to access without preoperative photos and other surgical infos. You probaboly are ok but I would have you seen.
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