Abnormal scar after breast reduction
Hello and thank you for the question. Given the timeline of the presentation ( that being only 3 1/2 weeks out from surgery), this is likely skin bunching and/or swelling, which will more than likely resolve over time. It does not look infected. I recommend keeping an eye on it and bring it to the attention of your surgeon during your next visit. If it does not resolve after a years time, a simple scar revision would correct the issue.Warmest Regards,Glenn Vallecillos, MD, FACS
Odd bump on incision after breast reduction
Thank you for your question and it is too early to tell how you are going to heal. I would recommend you start using scar creams or silicon sheeting for six months. After six months if a revision is needed your surgeon can do this under local. I would keep in contact with him or her so any other treatments that maybe needed can be done during the healing period. I would encourage you to have patients and follow your doctors recommendations.
Good Afternoon, thank you for your question and pictures. I recommend you to see your board certified surgeon in order to evaluate you, It doesn't see infected, however it's a possibility as well as a possible suture protrusion, this can usually be treated with topical antibiotics and observation. I'm sure your surgeon can help you.