Sorry to hear that your having a rough first 8 days. Biggest concerns are infection or bleeding. Be observant for fever, swelling, increasing pain, drainage from the incision, or other signs of infection. If these don't improve soon I'd hope your surgeon considers more advanced options. Keep in close daily contact like you're doing and be knowledgable about signs and symptoms to watch out for. Best wishes!
If you have an infection inside the breast where the implant sits, antibiotics are not going to cure it the implant needs to be removed. You need to get in and see your surgeon today. Your symptoms are very worrisome.
Infection while rare remains a known risk/complication when undergoing augmentation. Concerning signs include:-worsening pain and tenderness-redness, warmth of the skin-increasing swelling-systemic signs (fever and general malaise)The initial treatment for infection is antibiotics. However, failure to respond to oral antibiotics may necessitate IV antibiotics or in some cases explantation. For this reason, close and consistent communication with your board certified plastic surgeon is crucial. Best of Luck!
I believe that this may be a serious infection of either the skin or a deeper abscess that is not responding to antibiotics orally. I would recommend a visit as soon as possible to the emergency room for intravenous antibiotics and possible removal of implant if an abscess found.
what you are describing is consistent with a cellulitis, which is a potentially serious infection. Good communication with your plastic surgeon is the most important thing. Doctors online can't treat you. You should be seen by your ps if you haven't been recently.
It would appear you have developed a cellulitis or an infection in your skin. You have done the correct thing by staying in close contact with your surgeon and antibiotics are indicated. If you are having side effects from the Bactrim DS, then you should switch to a different antibiotic, re-contact your plastic surgeon again.Good Luck!