Tingling sensation after breast augmentation is nerve related
The sensation you are describing is nerve related and should resolve on its own. However, it may take 6-12 months in some cases. Be patient!
What you are likely feeling is the regeneration of the nerves that are usually cut during the surgery. It will eventually go away in time. Hang in there!
Congratulations on your surgery.
Tingling breast augmentation incisions
This is clearly a nerve related issue and should resolve spontaneously. It may take days, weeks or maybe months but with time and massage it should resolve without further problems.
Tingling incision common for breast augmentation 4 weeks post-op
Tingling and shooting sensations are very common in the first few month after breast surgery. I agree with tyour PS. These sensations are very normal and gradually diminish and go away on their own. Sometimes massage of the area can help.
Tingling sensation at incision site after breast augmentation
Yes, this should resolve on its own. The tiny nerves to the skin are cut during surgery, and these do regenerate. As they heal, you may notice tingling, especially if you tap on the incision site or if an underwire bra sits at that point. It may take several months for the nerves to heal, so just be patient during this time. Good luck, /nsn.
Tingling Incision after Breast surgery
Feelings of numbness, tingling, and hypersensitivity are not uncommon after any operation. It can simply represent the typical healing process. "Tingling" of the incision that seems out of proportion may represent the healing of very tiny sensory nerve branches. These sensations usually resolve with time, but can take up to 6-12 months in some patients. Scar massage with Mederma or other "anti-scar" creams may be helpful. I would recommend a regular followup with your surgeon, so this can be monitored more closely. Best wishes.
Michael Vincent, MD
There can be transient tingling after breast implants.
In New York City, we occasionally see the problem you describe after breast implants. The symptoms invariably go away , but it can take several months.
Tingling following breast augmentation: Mondor's disease or resolving neuropraxia
The timing sounds right for Mondor's disesase which can frequently be managed with NSAIDS and warm compresses. However, I would first recommend that you seek the advice of your surgeon,
Tingling following augmentation
I agree with your plastic surgeon that the tingling in your incision is most likely due to a nerve caught up in the scar or incision. This is not at all unusual and likely will correct itself with time. Some gentle massage with a scar prevention product may speed things along a bit.