Healing after Breast Augmentation
Thank you for your inquiry about
healing after breast augmentation.
You recently had your surgery. Things take time to heal and one side may heal
faster than the other and some aches and pains are normal. However, if you are
having serious concerns you should contact your plastic surgeon's office for
advice as soon as possible. If you have lost faith in your surgeon,
consider a second opinion with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Go to the American Society of Plastic
Surgeon's website to find qualified surgeons near you. Hope this helps.
Pain in submuscular breast implants
Hello, is common to feel pain after a submuscular breast implants placement, your plastic surgeon must be informed, and he will prescribe a good anthalgic to release you form pain. Just call him and good luck.
Pain is very subjective. Most people shouldn't experience what you're describing. You should see your PS to make sure everything is progressing alright.
Every patient's experience with post-op pain is unique. I don't think it is likely that you will get much useful advice over the internet--a call and visit to your surgeon is in order. There are sometimes complications of surgery that can be the cause (bleeding for example) and these would need to be addressed.
Thanks for your question, best wishes.
Pain is subjective and everyone feels it differently, that being said in general at this point you should be seeing a decrease in your pain associated with your augment and its important to see your surgeon to rule out any probems causing the pain
Is it normal to feel pain for eight days post breast augmentation?
Based on the information that you provide I feel it would be important that you contact your plastic surgeon for an evaluation it is possible that something else could be going on!