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|11-21-2011, 09:26 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Manchester, New Jersey
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pointy looking cleavage :(
Hi Dr Revis,
I just recently had a breast augmentation preformed in Naples, FL. I will be 5 weeks post op on Thursday, and I am starting to get really depressed looking at my breasts. When I look down at them or bend down, where normally women have nice round cleavage..mine looks pointy and weird and like they point out to the sides almost. I have 600cc HP implants. I keep trying to find anything to see if this is a normal part of the healing process?! Or is this what they are going to look like? I keep seeing posts about tuberous breasts, but mine were never pointy at all before my surgery and I am really hoping it will round out but what do you think? Do you think they are going to stay this way and I will need a revision?
Also, my left breast is still sitting pretty high, quite a bit higher than my right and my PS told me that they "aren't dropping as fast as she would like"..so what happens if it doesn't drop? A re-do?
Sorry for all the questions..this is just really depressing me. If you don't understand what I mean by the cleavage looking pointy I could send you a picture..just let me know. Thank you so much for your time!!
|11-22-2011, 10:14 AM||#2|
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You are still very early, so there will be lots of changes postop, but I don't mind if you want to send me a photo to email@example.com to take a look. Please also include all of the details you posted here because I get around 50 emails a day. Also I hope you've discussed this with your own PS!
Don Revis MD
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