When having my second surgery going up 105 CC's will I be as swollen as the first time?
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Revision surgery usually has less swelling and discomfort
Swelling after BA
Swelling with revisionary breast surgery?
Generally speaking, patients undergoing revisionary breast surgery which involves removal/replacement (utilizing the same breast implant "pockets"), experience a recovery period that is less painful (with less swelling) than the initial breast augmentation procedure. Again, depending on exactly what procedure is performed, removal/replacement procedures are generally associated with a faster return to activities compared to the breast augmentation procedure.
Your plastic surgeon, knowing your situation and exactly what procedures are planned will be your best resource when it comes to more precise information and/or predictions. Best wishes for the outcome that you will be very pleased with.
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