without knowing what you started with and if your fold has been altered at all. But if you're having symptoms and discomfort, you should be asking your surgeon about this and if there is anything that can be done for you. An exam is needed as well. You can check yourself by measuring the distance from your fold to your nipple and note the location of your incision in relation to the fold. If the distance is increasing or your fold going higher, then you could have some component of bottoming out.
Breast Augmentation - Bottoming Out?
Thank you for your question and photo. It appears you do have some bottoming out. It is best to have an in-person examination and discussion with your board certified plastic surgeon. Hope this helps and good luck!
While you photo doesn't seem to show too much of a difference between the two sides, anytime you have breast pain, it should get checked out. Best to return to your surgeon for an in-person evaluation.