After breast reduction surgery, how would firm up my breasts?

No easy answer. Not sure what you mean by "firm up". Breast reduction is usually a very satisfying surgery for women that have long been bothered by disproportionately large, heavy and hanging breasts. It can be difficult to maintain fullness in the upper breast. Occasionally breast implants are indicated either at the same time or later. Restoring some of the lost volume may help.
Breast Implants? Generally speaking, breast reduction surgery tends to be one of the most patient pleasing operations performed in the field of plastic surgery. Patient's' breasts end up lifted and smaller, but not “firmed up". Occasionally, patients will elect to undergo breast augmentation to increase firmness and/or volume of the upper chest wall/breast area.

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I have a 2 inch hard lump under my incision of a breast reduction surgery 3 wks ago. It has been there the entire time, I was just afraid to touch it?

Suture. You had breast reduction surgery. The knot from your suture may be what you are feeling. The body responds to surgery by inflammation. Over time it goes down. As long as swelling is not hot or red. Avoid any creams unless instructed by your surgeon. Read more...
Incisional "lump" Three weeks after any kind of surgery there is swelling of the incisional line, usually causes by inflammation secondary to the suture (stitches) material. If the incision is not red and with drainage coming from the incision line, it is probably normal post operative reaction. Check with your surgeon to be certain it is not infected. Read more...

What should I do after breast reduction surgery?

Ask you Surgeon. Every surgeon has his/her own way of advising their patients. I suggest you contact your surgeon. Generally speaking, most patient should refrain from vigorous activity for 4-6 weeks following surgery and wear a support bra. Read more...
Follow instructions. Your plastic surgeon will have a detailed set of instructions for you to follow after breast reduction surgery. These instructions will vary from one practice to another. General instructions will include a period of rest, ambulation, avoidance of nicotine products, avoidance of strenuous exercise/lifting and close follow-up after the procedure. Best wishes. Read more...
Take it easy. 1. Follow your surgeon's directions. 2. Don't smoke. 3. Report any problems related to your incisions to your surgeon. 4. Don't do any upper body exercises until given the ok by your surgeon. Read more...

What should I expect after breast reduction surgery?

Breast Reduction. After breast reduction there will be some discomfort and possibly swelling. Otherwise you will feel some relief from the removal of excess tissue. Read more...
Less. Back pain, neck pain, shoulder grooves from bra strap pressure, rashes under your breasts, and even less arm and finger numbness from pressure on the nerves under your bra straps. Plus, you will have prettier and more perky breasts, though with some scars that usually fade. 15% can lost nipple sensation or ability to breast feed. Usually the good far outweighs the bad, if done by an abps plas surg. Read more...
Easy recovery. Most patients are pleasantly pleased that the recovery is better than they expected. There will be some swelling and bruising. Some surgeons use drainage tubes, other not. Most people take about a week off from work if they have a desk job, longer if they have a physical job. Read more...