Bad implant job already had one correction then got pregnant. Any suggestions?

Okay so after breastfeeding 2 i got implants. Had major issues with them. Had both revised still had bad results. Meanwhile i was one of the rare ones to get pregnant with IUD shortly after. my doctor said that he couldn't do anything. I still had a slight double bubble on my left. besides my village tribal looking boobs and nipples, it looks 10 times worse. My doctor told me he actually thought having another one might improve them. i just need to know are they even fixable.

Doctor Answers 3

Bad implant job already had one correction then got pregnant. Any suggestions?

Congratulations on your pregnancy.  Although I might argue about your "village tribal looking" breasts, revisionary breast surgery will very likely achieve an outcome that you will be happier with. As you know, this type of surgery will need to wait until you have delivered, completed breast-feeding if you choose to do so, and have achieved a long-term stable weight. 
At that point, seek consultation with board certified plastic surgeons who can demonstrate significant experience achieving the types of outcomes you will be pleased with. Then, communicate your concerns and goals carefully as well.  Be as precise as possible; avoid terms such as "fix them".  Working together with your plastic surgeon you will come up with the best plan to achieve an outcome you will be happier with. Best wishes.

Preganancy

Congratulations!  Unfortunately, any breast surgery will have to wait until you are no longer pregnant.

Steven Wallach, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
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Wait

You could get a revision that may involve a lift and also reducing the size of the nipples if that bothers you.  However, I agree that you should wait until after you have the baby.  You don't need to do elective surgery during pregnancy.

Tyler C. Street, MD
Napa Plastic Surgeon

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