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Old 07-17-2018, 10:07 AM
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I'm 8 days post-op from a breast augmentation and lift and I've been still throwing up every day--despite my best intentions to stop. My doctor saw me yesterday and said everything looked great, but of course I worry that bending over will mess up my results or that I'm accidentally engaging my chest muscles, though I think I mainly just use my diaphragm. Considering I'm not bearing weight and my incisions seem okay -- is bending over itself incredibly terrible? Of course I know my condition is horrible and could compromise my results but I'm mainly asking about the act of bending over repeatedly. I can't help, too, but consider the fact that many people experience post-op nausea and vomiting from pain meds and don't seem to jeopardize their own results. I'm mainly concerned about the implant falling out of the pocket from bending over--is that a thing? The implant does not seem at all mal-positioned at this point, so says my doctor. Thank you in advance and please realize this is incredibly embarrassing to admit and I am seeking help for my relapse.
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