I had HP silicone 400cc implants 3 weeks ago. Lots of nerve pain on left. Then i pulled left side and had shatp pain and burning after that The left has dropped more than right and now it looks smaller and flatter. I'm so dissapointed! My friend has same implants and her breast look large. I'm worried mine are going to be small, and I'm worried about left side.
Why Does One Look So Much Smaller and Flatter After Dropping?
Doctor Answers 5
Changes in breast size with silicone implants
Breast size will not change with gel implants. You are still very early in your recovery period and I hope you have contacted your surgeon with your concerns. Asymmetric pains and symptoms are very common and if you are truly uneven, your doctor must know so some intervention can be done to minimize the differences.
Breast implant issues
Everyone looks differently with implants often because the anatomy is different. If the breast looks small for some reason it might be a good idea to see your surgeon.
Can't Compare Results
You can not expect the same result that your friend had even with the same type of implants because individuals heal differently. I would have your PS look at your post operative concerns.
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