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is it to early to be bottoming out?

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is it to early to be bottoming out?

Post by sin_oli_x on 10th December 2009, 2:55 pm

hiya! i am 2 weeks post op tomorrow and was just wondering is it too early for me to be bottoming out already?

i dont know whether its me being paranoid but one nipple is higher than the other and my scar sits about half an inch above my crease line and theres not as much fullness at the top as the other one. or do you think this could be just one has dropped before the other one??

i have my next appointment on the 4th of jan

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Re: is it to early to be bottoming out?

Post by misf1 on 10th December 2009, 7:44 pm

I think it's too early to tell at 2 weeks especially with unders, you would be more likely to get double bubble. But don't worry about that now. Your muscles will be holding the implants down at the moment and one will probably drop before the other. I think it tends to be your side you write with tends to drop last as you use this muscle more so it's firmer, but thats not a provn fact. You've got lots of changes ahead and I'm sure as your muscle relaxes the will become fuller. They will be high up for a while. Unders tend to take a bit longer to heal as a muscle takes 6 weeks to heal.
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Post by RoxyChick on 11th December 2009, 10:31 am

I agree with misf1, it's far too early to tell. If when you see your PS you're still worried, then tell him about it but as you're only 2 weeks p/o I wouldn't be worried at all.


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Re: is it to early to be bottoming out?

Post by Crystal on 11th December 2009, 12:46 pm

Hi hun , I know how you fell! Mine started to 'drop' at 3 weeks but mine didnt stop there & i think i have bottomed out now! Im 9 weeks post-op & could tell 100per at 6-7 weeks.

Anyone Know when this normally happens.........2 weeks, 2 months, 6 months?!

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