I just had a breast augmenation 2 weeks ago. I was massaging and I feel a tiny round ball or lump inside my skin between my armpit and breasts. It's scaring me. I have silicone gel implants so I doubt they could leak like this. What could this be?
Round Lump After Breast Augmentation
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Round lump in breast after breast augmentation.
Just to be safe, you should call your PS and request a follow up and personal exam. Chances are, it is normal but you always want to keep your PS informed.
Lump after BA
Investigate--examination and possibly imaging.
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Breast lump after BA
You may have a little hematoma after breast implants.
This story does not sound worrisome. The lump is most likely a little seroma or hematoma after your breast augmentation and it should go away in a few weeks.
Clinical exam and follow up after breast augmentation is needed
A clinical exam and follow up by your surgeon is the best thing to do. As mentioned before this could be lymph node or a proper breast mass. If suspicious, you will be asked to perform an imaging study. A clinical exam is the first step.
Lump after breast augmentation
A lump in the breast after a breast augmentation could be one of several things. Most commonly it is a reactive lymph node. It could also be a small seroma or hematoma or even some fat necrosis. Highly unlikely to be a cancer, but I would get examined by your surgeon.
You really need to have an examination.
It is most likely nothing to worry about. However, it is important that you have an examination with your doctor to make sure there is nothing more serious occurring.
Lump may be a 'reactive' lymph node
It may be a 'reactive' lymph node. It is also important to know if your surgery was performed via the transaxillary approach, as this could be due to the surgical dissection. Make your surgeon aware of it and have him follow it. You do not want to ignore it as there could be a small possiblility of a cancerous lesion.
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