Is bruising/redness normal after breast augmentation?
From your photo it looks like you're on the way to a great result. The bruising and redness are normal and will subside in a few weeks .Then you can start a massage regimen.
Based on your photos, the degree of bruising you have is quite common and normal. It can take anywhere from 3-6 weeks for your bruising and swelling to resolve. Overall, it looks like you are on your way to a great result. Please follow-up with your PS as scheduled. Best wishes,
Bruised after breast augmentation
Thank you for your question about breast augmentation.
- The photo suggests that your bruising is normal for after breast augmentation,
- If you are concerned, you need to see your plastic surgeon for a personal examination. Best wishes.
Do not be concerned. This will go away in a week or 2. Start massage 1 week after to ensure implants stay soft.
Breast Augmentation Bruising
About half of BA patients develop bruising and color changes. As long as it is not extensive, there is no cause for alarm. Your bruising appears to be minimal. So no cause for alarm, but be sure to be examined by your surgeon.
Is this bruising/redness normal after Breast Augmentation? (photo)
If you are taking the time to post a photo and write a question than YES you should be concerned and GO SEE YOUR SURGEON!
Bruising is within normal limits
Thanks for your question and the photo. Your bruising looks normal and likely will dissipate over the next 2 weeks. Best of Luck!
Brusing after breast augmentation
Based on the photograph you show I feel your degree of bruising is not abnormal. The discoloration should gradually resolve over a period of 2 to 3 weeks
Bruising and redness after breast augmentation is not uncommon
Based on your photograph the amount of bruising and redness that you see is not uncommon after breast augmentation. However it is important that you see her plastic surgeon for an examination and diagnosis.
Bruising after breast augmentation
Mild bruising is common after breast augmentation and it typically resolves in a few weeks. Please discuss your concerns with your surgeon.