3 weeks post op. Over dissection of the implant pocket made by the surgeon during the time of surgery usually will see bottoming out start almost immediately from surgery or within a few weeks. Over-dissection of the pocket area is a technical error, where the surgeon lowered the fold too much and the implant has now fallen to a very low position. ? do I do for now until I get a doc, the doctors bra is very tight on the incision. feels like broken ribs. Pain is still intense, hurts to urinate.
Bottoming Out, Over-dissection, I'm 99% Sure This is What I Have?
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Bottoming Out After Breast Implants
Pictures would be helpful if you wanted an assessment as to the anatomical concerns you have. Preop and postop pictures would help elucidate what factors may have contributed to your situation.
You may be exactly right about what is happening with your breasts this early after surgery, but it's hard to comment without photos. You should, at the very least, go back to your surgeon to discuss your concerns. Most surgeons want their patients to be happy, and are thankful for the opportunity to discuss concerns.
Bottoming out will probably require surgery. At three weeks sometimes wearing a band may help. Best to see your surgeon for advice.
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Bottoming Out after Breast Augmentation?
I'm sorry to hear about the stressful time you're having after breast surgery. However, it is not possible to give you precise advice without direct examination or viewing pictures. At this point, I would suggest that you calmly discuss your concerns with your plastic surgeon. You should have peace of mind that there is no need for surgical intervention at this point.
Again, continue to exercise patience and continue to follow up with your plastic surgeon. Generally speaking, it is best to evaluate the end results of surgery approximate 6 months after it was performed.
Speak to your plastic surgeon about your concerns, or if you necessary find another board certified plastic surgeon who can give you a second opinion.
Martin Jugenburg, MD
Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute
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