Burning pain and low grade fever without redness 2 years after complications.
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In person exam required
Breast Pain/Elevated Temp
Thank you for your question. There should be someone available to see you in person either through your Plastic Surgeon's office or your local hospital. Imaging and a physical exam of the breasts would be the next step.
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Burning and fever
Burning Pain and Fever
It's difficult to say if this is implant related. If you are noticing a change, then you should contact your surgeon, regardless of whether or not it's a holiday weekend. Their office should have a mechanism to take care of you, regardless of the day or hour.
Dr. Dan Krochmal
MAE Plastic Surgery
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