I had my BA six weeks ago and I can't feel the below the nipple I can see I'm touching it but I can't feel it unless I pinch it or my bra presses on my incisions and I wanna know if I will ever get that back
Is It Normal Not to Feel the Bottom of Your Breast After a BA if So when Will I Get the Feeling Back?
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Doctor Answers 10
Pablo Prichard, MD
Numbness After Breast Augmentation
It's common to experience some numbness around the incision site or toward the bottom of the breast after a breast augmentation. For most patients, feeling does return after a few months, but since everyone is different, there is a small chance that it could be permanent, but don't worry, give it some time. ac
Breast Augmentation Sensation
The sensation below your nipple in a breast augmentation may or may not come back. The nerves which provide sensation here are microscopic and they get injured during the augmentation process. When they do come back, it takes 3-6 months for the sensation to return. Sometimes, it stays numb-feeling forever. The good news is, your brain can reprogram that to feel normal so that it doesn't bother you in the future. Good luck! K. Roxanne Grawe, MD Columbus Plastic Surgeon
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