BBL 1 week PO, Pocket of Fluid Containing Lump. Is This Dangerous?

I Had a Bbl Done 1wk Ago Now I Have a Large Pocket of Fluid in my Pelvic Containing a Lump with No Drains is This Dangerous?

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You should absolutely follow up with your plastic surgeon to address the fluid asap. You should always contact your plastic surgeons office immediately with any issues that you are having post surgery. 

Fluid pocket

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Any fluid collection needs to be evaluated.  Please followup with your PS for an evalaution

Pocket of fluid after BBL

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Any pocket of fluid after surgery should be examined by your operating surgeon as soon as possible or immediately if you are feeling sick and have a fever... Glad to help... 

Ryan A. Stanton, MD
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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After Brazilian Butt Lift, the presence of a pocket of fluid, and mass, need attention by your surgeon. It can be seroma, infection or fat necrosis. no body can make a diagnosis on the internet. See your plastic surgeon

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