Right breast seemed to change shape this morning now back to normal? (photos)
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Change in breast implants 2 years out
If your breasts has returned to normal shape it is likely nothing to worry about but I would recommend you follow up with a plastic surgeon. Best of luck.
You look symmetrical on the photo and it is unlikely you have a problem. Please see your plastic surgeon for an examination to evaluate further.
Right breast seemed to change shape this morning now back to normal?
Thank you for your question. Your plastic surgeon is the best person to answer your question. I am happy that you are seeing his surgeon for consultation.
That said, her result looks very normal on the photographs and I doubt that any serious problem has occurred.
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Thank you for asking about your breast augmentation.
It sounds as though your implant shifted position. With a round implant, this does not alter the appearance but it does with a shaped (anatomical) implant. Let your surgeon know when you see him for your check-up
Always consult a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Best wishes, Elizabeth Morgan MD PHD
Implants changing shape
It is difficult to be specific without examining you, but, it does sound like your implant may have temporarily rotated. This is a particular problem with the anatomical implants and can resolve spontaneously if you are careful with your implants for the next few weeks. Your surgeon will be able to advise you more specifically and I don't think there's any need for you to panic at this stage. You should wear a well-fitted bra 24/7 until you see your surgeon and then follow their advice.
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