Its the right one under the nipple where the lift was
I Had Breast Augmentation Two Days Ago is It Normal for Them to Bleed a Little Through Bandage?
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Minor Bleeding Normal Early After Surgey
Some soilage of the bandage is normal after surgery of the breast. Keep an eye on it, and if you feel it is excessive then call your surgeon.
Hello and thanks for your post. A little bit of oozing on the bandage is not uncommon, but you should mention it to your PS when you get a chance. Best wishes, Dr. Aldo.
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Bleeding after Breast Augmentation.
- Some bleeding along the suture line following a breast enlargement can occur.
- If you have a steristrip (butterfly) or guaze on the incision, keep an eye on the amount of bleeding present. A little blood staining after surgery that stops spontaneously (not worrisome) is different from ongoing active bleeding.
- If you are unsure, call your plastic surgeon for your peace of mind (there is no reason to wait for your office visit).
Call your surgeon
If you have a question about a recent surgery, you need to call your doctor. This forum is not the appropriate place to look for advice on this matter. You should be able to call your surgeon at any hour of any day.
Bleeding aftre surgery
you should feel comfortable calling your doctor about this type of question. do not rely on people who have never met you and are not taking care of you. get on the phone.
Post-op oozing normal?
Yes, it is not uncommon to have a little oozing after surgery. Most import to check is that the incisions are intact and that there is not increasing swelling of one or both breasts. Certainly contact your plastic surgeon if there are concerns. All the best!
A little staining of the bandages after surgery is normal and expected to happen. Blood flow is good for healing.
Is It Normal for Them to Bleed a Little
It all depends upon what you think a little is. A small stain on a steristrip is not a worry. Blood soaking a large gauze dressing may be of concern.
Either way, a call to your surgeon is the appropriate place to ask your question. Your surgeon can decide whether or not you need to be seen.
Thanks, best wishes.
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