Is it normal to feel pain 8 days post op? (Photo)
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Pain after augmentation
Everyone recovers differently and it really depends on what kind of surgery and implants were placed. Everyone has different threshholds and types of pain. Somtimes a supportive bra can help but you should check with your doctor if they would be fine with you being in a bra. Best of luck with a speedy recovery, MMT
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Pain in the breast 8 days post op?
Based on your pictures, both incisions seem to be healing appropriately for 8 days after surgery.
Shooting pains after breast augmentation
Yes, it can be totally normal to feel shooting pains in your breasts/nipples after augmentation. This can be from nerve irritation and recovery of the nerves and it is common for have some intermittent discomfort from your surgery for several weeks.
The fact that it is only on your left side is also not unusual as asymmetric symptoms are more common than have the exact same experience post-op on both sides.
A physical exam would give more information, but based only the the photos, both of your incisions look fine.
If things change since your last visit with your surgeon, please let him know so he can decide if you need reevaluation and any treatment.
Congratulations on your surgery.
Post op breast augmentation
Continue to follow-up with your plastic surgeon as recommended and bring any concerns you have to his/ her attention.
Best of luck with your recovery.
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Is it normal to feel pain 8 days post op?
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