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Post by carrah on 21st October 2011, 12:29 am

Hello--
I'm new to this site, and it's such a relief to have someone knowledgeable to ask questions.
So I am now six weeks post-op and appear to have a "double bubble" on the left breast. That is the breast that required lowering of the fold. The tissue of my natural breast does not seem to want to drop below its natural fold and the implant is laying with the new fold crease. (I will try to attach a pic)
I am wondering, will this resolve with time? Or will it require further intervention? If so, what will be necessary. My PS has mentioned "filling it with fat" but from what I've read, this doesn't always take. What do you think? I would really appreciate your input.

Sincerely--Carrah
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Post by Lauren87 on 21st October 2011, 6:38 am

Sorry I can't help huni but I'm sure someone will soon be along to help.

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