No redness, no fever, however there is a pain under in the armpit and in the shoulders. My GP has prescribed antibiotics until I see my CS. I am worried that this is a sign of a rupture or muscle tear or breast injury...
I Am 6 Weeks Post Breast Op and Have Developed Swollen Lymph Nodes Under the Left Armpit?
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6 wks after breast augmentation and swollen glands?
It is unusual to have swollen glands after breast surgery but I suppose it could happen. Best to be seen by your plastic surgeon as well to se if there is a problem.
If you have concerns that are related to your cosmetic surgery, see your plastic surgeon
How do you know you have swollen lymph nodes and not something else?
If you have just pain in the shoulder/armpit area this could be just normal stretching/tension after a recent surgery that doesn't need antibiotics, esp since you say there is no redness/fever. If you have swollen tender lumps in the armpit, this could be fluid/collection, infection, or just postop swelling. Your plastic surgeon is the best person to see and ask.
Swollen lymph nodes in the armpit after breast augmentation is rare in might be a sign of another condition.
Swollen lymph nodes after breast augmentation is extremely unlikely. The nose might be a sign of some other condition possibly of early breast implant infection. I think you should take this up with your surgeon immediately.
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If you had a breast augmentation, the swelling may be a normal variant, a fluid collection, hematoma, etc. This is so difficult to answer without pictures or an exam.
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This is more likely a sign of your recent surgery than of the injuries you wonder about. Do follow with your surgeon and/or GP until these are resolved. All the best.
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