12 days post op and now have some kind of drainage at incision sight. Is this a hematoma? (photos)
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Worried about drainage from the boob
Post op healing breast augmentation
Thank you for your question. It would be best to follow up with your board certified plastic surgeon. You can discuss all your concerns and questions with them and they can assess to confirm that everything is healing normally.
Breast Augmentation pain & swelling
Based on your photos your incision is healing as it should. I would contact your surgeon to discuss your concerns and perhaps have an examination. Best of luck.
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12 days post op and now have some kind of drainage at incision sight. Is this a hematoma?
you for the question and your photos. Based on your photos alone your incision looks normal and there is no sign of infection. However, it would be
difficult to fully assess your situation without an in-person examination. I suggest you to contact your board-certified plastic surgeon, express your concern and
have a full evaluation. Best of luck.
Dr. Michael Omidi. An
in-person exam with a board-certified plastic surgeon is the best way to assess
your needs and provide true medical advice.
Breast Pain and Swelling
It is probably a good idea to follow up with your doctor. Nothing is visible on the photos you submitted, but you should be seen based on what you described.
Best of luck!
Drainage 12 days after augmentation.
Malcolm Lesavoy, MD
Changes after a new bra
You need to be seen by your plastic surgeon
Dr. Sean Kelishadi
Drainage at incision site
Raymond Jean MD Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Bryn Mawr, Philadelphia
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