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Chest Pain After Breast Augmentation
I lost my chest and completely flat after having my first child would insurance cover breast augmentation?
Skin Reaction: A red, itchy rash over the chest and neck following breast augmentation is most likely the result of an allergic reaction to one of the medicines you are taking in the postoperative period... Most commonly pain medications or antibiotics. Occasionally, women may have a mild skin reaction to the solution used to prepare the skin for surgery, but a drug reaction is more likely. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Do I have to be careful of impact to my chest after a breast augmentation? Is it possible for breast implants to burst if something hit them, or if I were to trip and fall?
Breast Implants Strong:
In general all new breast implants are now made of highly cohesive silicone gel in the United States. You should not have to worry nor restrict your activities. Trauma can of course break bones and for that matter implants too.
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YES: Breast augmentation is major surgery and requires a general anesthetic. These risks are low, but it is not recommended to accept them for a cosmetic procedure that is not medically necessary. Sometimes we find significant medical conditions with these tests that end up being more important to the patient in the long term than the surgery itself. It is important to be safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What size implant is recommended for my a cup breast augmentation? I wear an a cup and want to balance out my larger hips with a larger chest. Should I try out different sizes so that I can decide if a c or d cup is going to be best for me? Do the doctors
Cup size is a measurements used for bras it is measured around your back and the widest part of your breasts usually the middle.
You can go to a department store and get sized but this will vary from 1 store to another. Surgeons use exact and precise volume measured in cc. Trying on different sizers is one of the best methods to get an idea of what volume you should get with a surgeons input. ...Read more
Sternum?: Between the lower breast is the lower 1/3 of the sternum and the xiphoid process. Pain in this area can be from the stomach - gastritis, acid reflux. It can be from bone/cartilage - costochondritis (which can be caused by injury and even stress/anxiety). This one isn't dangerous but can be painful. Is the pain worse when you breath deep? Does it hurt to press in that area? ...Read more
Pleurisy: This is termed "pleuritic" pain, meaning pain originating from the lining of the lungs (called the pleura). Common causes of pleurisy are infections of the lung's lining (e.g., viruses), bacterial infections of the lung (pneumonia), blood clots in the lung's blood vessels (pulmonary embolism), tumors, blood in the pleural space caused by trauma to the chest, etc. See your doctor. ...Read more
I've been having a pain on my upper stomach but below my breasts and I sometimes feel chest pain. What is it?
Chest pain: You will have to see a doctor and be checked out, can't tell from the data here. ...Read more
I am experiencing chest pain on deep breaths above left breast. Alos gurts when I press on it. What should I do?
I have chest pain upper left side under breast i`m 53 years old had this pain for 2 days, should I go to hospital?
Anything: Could be a problem with skin, nerves, muscle, shoulder, lung, heart, or stomach. See your doctor for a more thorough history, physical exam and further evaluation. ...Read more
Chest pain that remains on the left side near breast, comes and goes and is very out of the blue. Feels like a dull ache.?
I have chest pain. Is above my breast, left side and only feel the pain when I take deep breath. It happen on and off. Worry.?
Is it true chest pain in the center of the chest is more likely to be cardiac in nature then pain on the left side (breast area)?
Not really: But, historically a pressure type retrosternal chest pain associated with activities and better with rest is typical for angina. But as we get older and with female diabetic patients, less typical become typical. I take chest pain very seriously, specially if associated with chd risk factors. Evaluation asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer