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RoseE 11-09-2011 10:15 AM

Breast augmentation aftermath
 
I'm thinking of having my breasts enlarged and am wondering what are some things I should avoid after the procedure? Thanks.

GAGIRL 11-11-2011 11:15 AM

HI, I just went threw a breast lift and augmentation and I cant think of many things to avoid other than really following the doctors advice on what to lift and what not to. Ive had days where I felt really great, lifted something I shoudl not have, and then swelled up to a balloon at night. Good luck with this, its wel worth it and belive it or not its not painful. Drink a ton of water, and dont wear anything too tight, youllnotice everything is so sensitive. Good LUCK! Ice is a great thing to help with swelling!

RoseE 12-08-2011 02:31 PM

Thank you for the responses, I'm still considering the surgery

glen9 12-18-2011 02:28 AM

Hello there!!! I hope that all of you will be fine on this new day of your life. II have been reading this community since many days and found it so much fine and wonderful. So that is the point that forced me to get registered here and now I am here to say you hello!

glen9 12-18-2011 02:36 AM

And the other advice is that making sure that the woman take the necessary prescribed treatment for example pain killers and the antibiotic to make sure there is no type of infection during the breast augmentation post op. There may be some nausea and vomiting that might occur during this time but this is usually caused by the after effects of the anesthesia and usually only lasts about 24 hours during the breast augmentation post op.

jacob bensen 01-05-2012 05:42 AM

It may take upto 4 weeks to recover after surgery but you should be healthy for this. Your surgeon let you know about your safety concerns after surgery.


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