There is asymmetry, but often this is just uneven swelling and will go down over time.
Hang in there and let it improve.
Thank you for the question and the picture. I would suggest you follow all of your post op instructions and evaluate your results in about 3-6 months, you will have a realistic idea of what your final results will be at that point. I think it would be extremely unlikely for the wrong size implant to be used. Good Luck
You have swelling after your procedure that will take several weeks to months to fully resolve. Your plastic surgeon can examine you to determine if any wraping or manipulation would be helpful. Best of luck to you and your new look...
It is too early to tell for sure. You have a lot of swelling and things may improve with time. Only your surgeon knows which side got which implant.
Thanks for the question.
Its too early to talk about results.
In my practice, after performing a BA I recommend to my patients to limit the movement of the arms for two weeks. After that, you can move your arms taking care and always with common sense.
In this regard, it's not advisable to carry heavy weights to prevent the implant out of position, and allow the formation of the physiological capsule around the implant, also to avoid pain and breast swelling.
Dr. Emmanuel Mallol.-
Congratulations on your recent procedure! Your breasts may be healing at different rates but you seem to be healing nicely. It generally takes about 3 months for the swelling to subside and for your breasts to settle and begin to feel more a part of you. Should you begin to have additional concerns throughout your healing process, it's best to bring these up with your surgeon. Good luck and congratulations again!
Thank you for your question. Please contact your primary surgeon for any concerns. Swelling after a breast augmentation occurs after 100% of patients and each breast recovers at a different rate than the other breast. It is very important to see your surgeon to make sure there are no complications and often recommendations such as differential pressure on the higher breast with a breast binder may be made at that time. Additionally, a short course of oral steroids to decrease inflammation may be beneficial. Best wishes in your recovery!
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Board Certified ENT
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It is very early if you are one week out and one side often swells more than the other. Check with your surgeon to make sure you don't have a hematoma or unusual amount of swelling from one side to the other. It would be very odd for them to use the wrong sized implants and unlikely. Good luck!
Thank you for your question and photo. Yes, it is very common to experience asymmetric swelling and for the breasts to heal a bit differently especially when they start with an existing asymmetry. You are very early post op.
I recommend that you try to wait until closer to 6 months to evaluate settled results.
All the best
Thank you for your question. You are still very early in the post-operative period. It typically takes 3 - 6 months for the swelling to subside and and implants to settle into proper position. The implants may swell asymmetrically, as in your case, but usually settle evenly. Please discuss your concerns with your board certified plastic surgeon. Also, make sure you follow all of your plastic surgeons post-operative instructions regarding level of physical activity and use of a support bra. Hope this helps and good luck with your recovery.