Rippling at the Base of Breast

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I had been contemplating a BA for 10 years but...

I had been contemplating a BA for 10 years but wanted to wait until after I had children. I recently had the surgery and have had a pretty good recovery so far, not too much pain or discomfort.

Pros - not having to wear a padded bra anymore and better self-esteem;

Cons - breasts reacting differently to the BA which is causing some anxiety. Doctor not as informative as I would like.

I am 5'2", 105 lbs with minimal breast tissue from breastfeeding(32A). I chose 300 cc silicone moderate plus profile (smooth round) which was on the conservative side.

I am 16 days post-op and after the stitches were removed on day 14, I was given instructions to begin massage. Since then, I have noticed that the base of one breast has some rippling to the touch (not visible). Will this resolve itself through massage and/or settling? Or is this a defect in the implant or pocket?

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He has 15 yrs experience with low rate of complications.

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