One breast hurts more than the other post-op - should you be concerned?
Although some difference in pain between the breasts can be normal, the other things you point out (higher, more swollen) can be a sign of an early complication - I would suggest seeing your surgeon immediately.
Thank you for your question and I am sorry to hear of your symptoms. Without a full series of photographs or knowing how your recovery has gone, the best advice would be to see your surgeon for an in-person evaluation. They can provide you with reassurance or discuss any issues that may be encountered. Hope this helps.
Should you call your doctor?
Yes, since you are experiencing a great amount of discomfort, always best to check in with your operating surgeon so you can be properly evaluated in person.
I sorry to hear about your concerns; generally speaking, significant asymmetry and/or discomfort in your stage in the recovery process may be a sign of a complication. Therefore best to let your plastic surgeon know of your situation ASAP. Best wishes.
Should I call my doctor after breast augmentation?
Yes, by all means call your doctor for an examination. Based on your history your doctor will want to see you to rule out a hematoma or bleeding. Please call your doctor now and do not delay.