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About Me

all about breast enlargement surgery

I have struggled with self-esteem for as long as I can remember. When I was in school, I was the girl that got picked on for not having the big breasts that the other girls had. As I grew older, I hoped that I wouldn't have the problem to deal with, but I just never developed. It was mind blowing because all of the women in my family are very well endowed in that area. The day I turned 21, I went to a cosmetic doctor for a consultation and learned all about my options for breast enlargement. This blog contains much of what I learned during my research before my surgery.


Tips For A Successful Breast Augmentation Surgery

When you get breast augmentation surgery done, you have some healing to do. Breast augmentation is just as serious as any other kind of surgery that requires time to heal and should be given priority as such when you have the surgery done. You can get breast augmentation surgery any time by a qualified surgeon; here are tips for a successful breast augmentation surgery so you heal well and with as little interference as possible.

Take enough time off work

Take more than a few days off work to heal from your breast augmentation surgery. You want to give time for the swelling and pain to dissipate before going back to your regular activities. Even after you are back at work or school, take everything as light-duty as possible until you have your drain tubes and dressings removed.

This means avoiding doing heavy exercise or doing other activities that can strain your pectoral muscles and cause undue damage. Your breast augmentation is a serious surgery even though it is cosmetic in design and you should treat the surgery as if it were a serious thing.

Manage your pain well 

Proper pain management will make taking care of your breast augmentation pain and swelling much easier. Take the pain medications prescribed to you by your doctor — along with your antibiotics — as prescribed and use over-the-counter medication as needed as well to help manage pain. Don't abuse the medications and over-medicate for pain; not only are pain medications addictive, but you also risk overdoing activities because you feel more comfortable than you should.

Trust the process

There are many different ways your body is going to change during the healing process when you have your breast augmentation surgery done. Drainage, swelling, bruising, overinflated breasts, and even puffiness in odd places can all be expected as part of the healing process. Allow your new breasts time to settle and relax so you can enjoy them. That being said, if your drainage increases or starts to smell or your bleeding starts to increase, call your doctor right away.

Stay away from your stitches and other sutures and make sure you report any changes in your body to your doctor. If your pain is hard to manage or gets worse, let your breast augmentation specialist know. Your breast augmentation surgery will have the best results if you take it easy, listen to your body, and take all the necessary measures to ensure you heal correctly.

For more information, contact a company like Dakota Plastic Surgery: Sanjay Mukerji, MD.