Capsular contracture or not? (Photos)
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Capsular Contracture is a condition in which the capsule surrounding the implant thickens and contracts, squeezing the implant making it overly firm or hard and often changing the shape and position of the implant. As the capsule contracts it moves the implant further up your chest wall making upper portion of your breast too large and unshapely. It is more far more common in nicotine users (e.g. smoking, vaping or nicotine gum or patches).
Your history and clinical findings are consistent with capsular contracture. Seek a breast revision specialist in your area to consult with for your concerns
If you are experiencing an issue with your breasts, then you should be seen in person. Best of luck.