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Ruptured implant?

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Ruptured implant?

Post by mrspb on 13th December 2015, 1:59 am

I had my BA just over 3 weeks ago, I have noticed tonight that my one breast has a soft lump on the side underneath and if I press it it squishes in, it feels softer than the rest of the breast as the implants feel firm and don't really move. Has anyone else had this? Does it sound like a rupture?

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Re: Ruptured implant?

Post by Charlii on 13th December 2015, 9:34 am

No. It sounds like you found a pocket of swelling that is yet to go down. There'll continue to be little bits of swelling for a while yet as you body still protects them. I believe a rupture you feel hard if you felt it at all, but with today's implants, they dont leak. Think of pulling a jelly baby in half. That's why you mostly get silent ruptures, and are advised to get an mri every 3yrs to check. 

If youre super worried about it, of course go back and check with your surgeon. But at this stage in your recovery, best advice I can give is to leave them alone. Stop poking and over analysing, and let them heal up for a couple months. They'll soon settle.

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Post by mrspb on 13th December 2015, 10:07 am

Thank you for the advice! I'm seeing him Tuesday evening for a check up anyway so will mention it too him then. It just worried me in the middle of the night. Then your mind starts working over drive and I couldn't sleep. Appreciate the response Hun x
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