I'm looking for a possible reason the underside of breasts look like this. (Photo)
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Underside of breasts
Hello, thanks for the question and pictures. It is very common to get what we call "delayed healing" at the "T" junction of the incision for breast reduction. The wounds do not appear to be infected, and look very superficial and clean. These small wounds will heal in given time. I recommend that you keep them a bit moist (the wounds heal more slowly if they dry out) using aquaphor ointment, then covering them with a bandaid or small gauze so that they aren't irritated rubbing on skin or clothing. Hope that helps, have a blessed day!
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