I had a breast augmentation in August 2019. My left breast is round and looks how a breast should look. However my right breast is not round at the bottom and takes on a slanted shape at the bottom. My surgeon refuses to give me any advice on this or offer any kind of help and I hate how my breasts look. Is it normal to have one breast implant that is not full and round at the bottom like the other one?
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I want to go from a DD to an E/F, would 700cc help me do that?
I recently just had my first breast augmentation over a month ago, my stats were 5' tall, 150 lbs, 22 years old and never been pregnant. I was also previously a 36B cup and now I am a 36/38 DD. I got 525 cc SRX high profile silicone Allergan implants. I like the size but I already know I want to go bigger to a E/F cup range, would 700 cc-750 cc put me in this range?
I had a breast lift and augmentation performed three weeks ago. Two weeks ago it was found that I had significant bruising on my right breast and severe pain and fullness. Since then, they have put a cannula into the right nipple and drained 300cc of old blood, doubled my pain meds and the breast has continued to drain if there is the slightest gravity (leaning over). Once I barely pressed it and it came shooting out. Now my right arm has limited movement and my right underarm seems to be filling with fluid of some type and there is some bruising there. There is additionally back pain on and around my right shoulder blade. I have been told continually that it will just take time for the blood to reabsorb into the system and that the effects of doing additional surgery would only cause more problems. My doctor has started seeing me almost every day. Just getting through a shower takes all my energy.
Now my doctor suggests that we do an injection of something that will numb my breast for about 3-4 days. I will need to pay somewhere between 300-500 dollars for this. He also suggests that I need to get in touch with my PCP, a pain management clinic and my psychiatrist so that we can get my pain better managed until all the blood can reabsorb.
I guess what I'm wondering is if this sounds strange. I just keep sitting here in pain every day and of course I temporarily feel better when I take Valium (5 mg) and Vicodin (10 mg). I have been advised that I don't need an antibiotic at this point. My right nipple is mangled.
I would have thought that by this point he would have opened the area and drained and cleaned it, reinserted the implant and put in a drain so this didn't happen again but it seems he feels that is a waste of time.
I'm at my wits end b/c the pain is intense and does not every fully abate. My implant feels hard and stuck at a strange angle as well. I would just really appreciate some good advice.