Congratulations on having undergone the breast augmentation procedure. These types of sensations and sounds ("fluid like") are commonly experienced after breast augmentation surgery. Similarly, patients will sometimes report the presence of air as well (again, normal and temporary).
Of course, your plastic surgeon will always be your best resource when it comes to accurate assessment and (probably) meaningful reassurance.
Best wishes for an outcome that you will be very pleased with.
This type of sensation is normal early after breast augmentation surgery, but will go away with time.
Thank your for your question. Although this can be a familiar complaint after breast augmentation, I would highly suggest you speak with your plastic surgeon about your concerns and get his/her recommendations. Good luck on your journey!
Shortly after BA surgery it is normal to feel a little fluid and air in the breast pocket. When swelling resolves, throughout the first few weeks this fluid is absorbed and should resolve on its own. Let your Plastic Surgeon know if you have ongoing concerns.
All the best
Yes, it is not unusual to have sensations of excess fluid in the breast, or even to experience "swooshing" sounds in the early days following breast augmentation. This should resolve itself over the next few weeks. If you have questions or concerns, be sure to ask your surgeon. In general, as long as you are not experiencing excessive swelling, heat or pain, it is your body in "recovery mode", healing itself following your surgery.
Thanks for your question! It is very common to have a fluid sensation in the breast after augmentation surgery, we hear it quite a bit in our practice of doing hundreds per year. Light compression with a sports bra & just good old fashioned time & healing should make it go away. Of course, make sure that the left breast is not more swollen than the right, or red or any of the obvious signs of a hematoma/seroma or infection, and follow up with your plastic surgeon. Best of luck!
Thank you for your question. It is not unusual to have this feeling sometimes and usually resolve itself. Please follow instructions from your PS
Yes, this is a common occurrence, but resolves in almost every case so don't worry. I'd suggest binding the breast, thereby putting pressure on it. This pressure should reduce the amount of fluid present and should eradicate it. Good luck!