How much bruising should be visible about 3 weeks after Breast Implants? Does the bruising typically turn brown and yellow by then and start to fade?
How Much Swelling is Present 3 Weeks Post Op After Breast Implants?
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Recovery From Breast Augmnetation
Bruising and swelling are to be expected after breast implant surgery. Only a lucky few get away with no signs of the procedure. The swelling is mostly gone by one month but occasionally some small amount of swelling may persist for 2-4 months. Bruising is blood in the tissues. A small amount of bruising is normal. A large amount could signal a bleeding problem your surgeon would need to check. As the blood breaks down to be absorbed, it changes from puple to green to yellow.
Breast Augmentation Swelling/Bruising?
Thank you for the question. It is difficult to generalize because every patient's recovery is different after breast augmentation surgery. For most patients, the majority of swelling is gone at the one-month post-op mark. The majority of the bruising is gone within the first 2 weeks. The last stage of bruising will be a yellowish color.
Again, please remember that every patient's recovery is different.
I hope this helps.
Swelling After Augmentation
After your #breast #augmentation surgery, there will be #swelling. Immediately after surgery, the breasts are swollen and firmer. The final shape and size is approximated after 2 to 3 months, but up to one year may be required for the end result. Walking around the house and other light activity will help minimize swelling and #bruising and help the #healing process. Always contact your #boardcertified plastic surgeon if you have concerns about swelling, excessive bruising, or any new and sudden changes in the feeling or look of your breasts/ #implants.
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