Am I bottoming out? Why is one nipple lower? (photo)
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Assymetry post lift/aug
it is hard to tell from the photo since you took it and your one hand is up holding the camera. Having the arm raised can effect the picture.
With that said you need to give it more time 2 weeks is too soon it doesn't look like you are bottoming out.
Contact your surgeon for a follow up.
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I can't quite tell from the photos since all three are taken with different arm positioning, and that affects the nipple position.
I do not see any suggestion of "bottoming out." The nipple position is uneven, moreso, so far, that they were before surgery. Although asymmetry of the implant position may improve as the implants drop, that is not likely for nipple position.
It will be best to be examined by your surgeon for the best answer to your questions, and for an outline of a plan to correct this if that becomes necessary.
All the best.
Am I bottoming out? Why is one nipple lower?
Appears as the operation did not go as planned.. There was a break in technique to cause this asymmetry. Sorry..
If you do end up with nipple asymmetry it is relatively straight forward to lift the lower nipple.
Hope it goes well.
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