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Post by ambzdee94 on 8th January 2015, 12:38 am

I think that's how you spell it .. 

How do you knowi f you have it?  Does it happen just after surgery or can you get it any time after your BA?
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Re: Seroma?

Post by COOKIE on 8th January 2015, 12:57 am

Late seromas are rare, but they do happen yes...Infact, I have one myself and I'm four years in with these implants, you can feel the hardness of my Breast because of the CC then a sponginess around it which is the seroma fluid surrounding the capsule. 

I've been told to watch out for red patches on the skin, so this would be a symptom of infection caused by the seroma, swelling too is another symptom. 

Most seromas are fine though and can be completely ignored because the body will naturally dispel of the fluid, but some seromas need to be drained and if all else fails the implant would need to be removed until the Breast heals. 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
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