Could there be a problem with the implant?
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The pain in your breast may or may not be related to breast implants. I would recommend you see your OBGYN (or whomever sees you for annual breast exams) and your plastic surgeon for evaluation.
Breast pain after augmentation
Thanks for your inquiry. Your pain could be many things including things which are not related to the implants. I suggest you first see your primary care doctor to be examined. He/she probably will have you see your plastic surgeon as well. Good Luck.
Pain in your breasts could be other things not related to your implants. I would suggest letting your plastic surgeon examine you, and then go to your medical doctor. A mammagram and/or ultrasound might be helpful. Also, I would suggest stopping all caffeine.