You probably will need another opeartion
Hematomas cause scarring and scarring causes distortions. Pills usually do not fix it. You are likely to need another surgery.
Will this ever go back to normal? What can I do? (Photo)
Hard to tell...best to wait a couple of months and see if it softens up and settles some. If not, you may need to undergo a capsulectomy to remove all of the scar tissue so your implant can settle in the pocket properly. Hope this helps.
Contracture after hematoma
Sorry to hear you're having problems with your implant. Hematomas can cause enough inflammation to stimulate a capsular contracture, which appears to have happened to you. While trying medications and massage can help, you may need a capsulectomy or capsulotomy to achieve a permanent solution.
Thank you for your question and photo. My recommendation is always to see the surgeon who performed the operation. There are times when patients lose confidence in their surgeon in which case a second opinion is warranted. If the recommendations are the same, you can make a better educated decision on what's best for you.
At 4 months post op any significant changes to the position of the implant is less likely.
Hope our response was helpful and good luck.
Hematoma and capsular contracture
Sorry to hear about your hematoma and capsular contracture.
Hematoma and infection can increase the risk for capsular contracture.
If it has been 3-4 months since your last surgery, your capsular contracture will most likely not improve.
Please talk with your plastic surgeon for possible implant exchange and capsulectomy and/or other alternatives.
Will this ever go back to normal? What can I do
Thank you for your question. At this stage it may not change. I recommend to you talk to your surgeon and develop a plan.
Will this return to normal
Thank you for your question. You have a post hematoma encapsulation and is very correctable with appropriate surgical management. This will not likely correct on its own with massage and/or medication. Speak to your surgeon regarding moving forward. Best of luck.
Unfortunately I would not anticipate any significant improvement at this point in your post-operative recovery. The pocket will most likely need to be revised to more properly position the implant. Talk with your surgeon about timing, but I personally would have no reservations about taking you back to surgery now. With proper revision, you should still end up with a nice result. Best of luck.
I'm afraid at this point surgical correction may be needed. I doubt that any conservative treatment will work.