I am 17 days post breast augmentation. My nipples are hypersensitive
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Nipple Sensitivity after a Breast Augmentation
Thank you very much for your question. It is common to experience hypersensitivity and tenderness in your nipples/areola following a breast augmentation procedure. This should resolve over the following several months. Unfortunately, it is impossible to provide any meaningful advice regarding the red coloration of your nipple without a photograph. I recommend that you contact your operating surgeon to schedule a follow-up for further advice.
Thank you for your question. Color change is unexpected however increased sensitivity for a short time after surgery is normal. I recommend that you contact your Plastic Surgeon and ask them to advise you. They may want to examine you if you have ongoing concerns.
All the best
Nipple Hypersensitivity post Augmentation
This is a very common concern following augmentation and should resolve in the next few weeks, rarely months. When nerves are stretched they may create sensations of numbness, or too much sensation, burning, itching etc. I have patients try some Benadryl cream and or silicone covers --- DIMRS for a few weeks to months postoperatively. Your plastic surgeon should be able to discuss this with you at your next visit. Best! Dr B
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The hypersensitivity of the nipple/areola complexes that you describe is quite common and self limited; these concerns generally improve over the course of several weeks/months. Very rarely, I have seen hypersensitivity issues persists for close to one year. Best wishes.
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