Sharp #pains are not uncommon six months into healing from a #breast #augmentation. Sensation may also be abnormal and scars will be evolve. Tingling, burning or shooting pains will disappear with time and should not alarm you. It is simply a result of the regeneration of your sensory nerves. If these sensations cause pain, repeated, local self-massage per your surgeon's permission may help. If my patients have concerns that their healing or pain are unusual, it is important for them to call the office and discuss these concerns or come in to be examined.
Sometimes I get random sharp pains in my breasts. I had my surgery almost six months ago. Saline 425ccs. Is this normal?
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Pain post aug
Pains in breast after breast augmentation
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Sharp pains after breast augmentation?
It is completely normal to have occasional sharp pains after breast surgery. Usually, this pain is due to the stretching of the nerves and typically does improve within six months to one year. Anti-inflammatories, like ibuprofen, may help as well as gentle massage. If the pain becomes persistent or unbearable, I would suggest that you see your plastic surgeon. Good luck!
Pain after breast surgery
it is very common to have patients with unusual pain in breast after surgery for the first year. Typically they all subside and everything ends up ok. The only concern I would have is if the pain is along the lower lateral boarders as sometimes this is from the capsule being stretched which allows the implant to move in that direction. So if the pain is in this as I would suggest wearing lots of support for a few weeks until it goes away. Now some rear cases the pain in the breast could be from something else so please make sure you are discussing this with your plastic surgeon and GYN.