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Post by vicki on 28th December 2012, 11:19 pm

i have been naughty. its been a year since i have been back to my surgeon. i have a revision done last november as my underneath scar was very red and raised after a year. he removed it and its exactly the same again. the other 2 scars are fine and white. i dont really understand it. i have put on a fair bit of weight since (2 stone :-((((((( ) so all my rippling has gone and they have got so big which i dont like. i have got today a bravissimo bra in size 30 H. i could cry. i paid 7 grand for a full uplift and implants and now they are too big and heavy and once i lose weight they will be saggy again. anyway, they have got very painful as well. could it just be my weight? and has anyone else had some scars that healed well and others that just havent?
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Post by COOKIE on 28th December 2012, 11:32 pm

The pain probably is coming from the weight of your boobs sweetheart, so hopefully in losing weight that will help reduce that for you. Hopefully the weight gain has made too much of an impact on your boobs, but you aren't going to really know that until you lose the weight again hun.

I've recently undergone scar revision myself Vicki. Not having a great time to be honest. The original part that needed revision was fine, but now the vertical is being problematic and the healing is very different to last time. A totally different thing going on this time and I've been told I may have an allergy to the dissolvable stitches.

Its worth going back to your surgeon about the scar and seeing what they suggest hun. They may suggest though that with it happening again unfortunately there's nothing they can do... My surgeon did explain that it may happen again to me and I did prepare myself for that. Then again, they may decide to give the revision another shot for you and hopefully it'll be 3rd time lucky! Xx

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First BA 2006 460CCs CUIs. Ruptured 2009
Revision with full capsulectomy & uplift 410CCs CUIs 2009
Scar Revision with Lollipop Lift 2011
Scar revision resulting in heamatoma 2012
Capsular Contracture & Seroma 2014

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Post by kay on 29th December 2012, 4:57 pm

Sorry to hear this hun xx

Losing weight will definitely help xx

I know it's not easy but it is worth it xx

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