Why are my nipples uneven and my left breast is bigger than my right - a larger implant was inserted to even them out. (photos)
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Asymmetrical Concern Following Breast Implant Revision
Breast #revision surgery is more difficult, complicated, and requires more time than primary surgery. Capsular contracture may recur regardless of surgeries being performed at this time and may require additional surgeries. There is as much as a 40% chance!!! that additional surgery will be needed following this operation. Also, any asymmetries regarding the folds under your breasts will not be totally corrected.
Being it's only 3 weeks after your revision, it's best to wait and see if it will improve. After all, #asymmetry following any breast procedure is not at all uncommon. Each #breast heals at a different pace than one another. One breast may swell more, feel more uncomfortable, or have a different initial shape. After complete #healing, they should be more similar and natural.
#Healing will continue for 2-3 months. But, it can be up to one year see your final result. Your doctor may also require you to move or massage the implants within the breast pockets during the #postoperative period. (#Textured implants do not require breast massage.) Meantime, you must have patience. However, if there are any causes of concern, ask questions of your surgeon or their nursing staff.
Why are my nipples uneven and my left breast is bigger than my right - a larger implant was inserted to even them out.
I also recommend discussing your concerns with your surgeon again and be honest about her comments. She may have a different approach on a different day.
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