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I can feel my implant

Post by sampowell on 4th January 2014, 4:27 pm

I had my surgery nearly 3 years ago now. I have recently lost approx a stone in weight. I had surgery on my right breast a couple of weeks after my initial surgery as I had a hematoma. Now I don't know if it's because I've lost weight but I can feel the implant in the breast that had the second surgery. Especially when I bend down. The other breast is fine, and to look at they both look perfectly ok. Has anyone else had this problem. Just a bit concerned
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Post by mrsball on 4th January 2014, 4:49 pm

I'm unsure of how you mean feel the implant? Do you mean by rippling or moving around? 

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Post by sampowell on 4th January 2014, 4:52 pm

Hi. I can feel it where my scar tissue is under my right boob. It's not moving or anything and they both look exactly the same. I don't know if it's because I've lost weight but then I would have thought they would both be the same. Just looking for reassurance really.
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Post by tinkerbell24 on 4th January 2014, 9:12 pm

aw I hope thats its nothing thats too bad

would you want a reop if all is ok or are you ok to leave it as it is xx
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Post by mrsball on 4th January 2014, 9:29 pm

If it's the actual implant you can squeeze or feel under near your scar  it's quite normal. Even with unders only the top part of the implant is covered the rest is released at the bottom and it's actually quite normal to feel the bottom of the implant. 

It sounds like the weight loss may have made it more apparent 

It's when it's giving you discomfort of looking abnormal that you may need to see your surgeon. X

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Post by sampowell on 4th January 2014, 9:42 pm

Thanks so much ladies. I actually feel much better about it xxx
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