Will I have bruising and bleeding after breast implant removal? How bad will the brusing be after my breast implant removal, and how long will it last? Also, do I need to worry about bleeding? .
Minor. Generally speaking, dependent on exactly what is done during the breast implant removal procedure, some bruising can be expected. Some patients require removal of breast implants only; this should be associated with very minimal bruising and recovery time. Other patients, require removal of breast implant capsule tissue as well; there may be more bruising/swelling/recovery time here.
Everyones different. Most surgery will leave you with a little bruising or uncomfortable minor irritations.
You . You will typically have bruising and swelling after most types of surgery and it will be similar to the bruising that you had after your implantation surgery.
Mild recovery. After implant removal without any capsulectomy work, my patients rarely have bruising or bleeding. If you have a history of easy bruising or previous bleeding with trauma or other surgeries, then speak with your doctor. Avoid things that thin you blood like aspirin, motrin, advil, (ibuprofen) and so forth. Again - your surgeon can advise you on this.
Will I lose feeling in my breast after a breast implant removal? I must have a breast implant removal because they are causing bleeding that cannot be stopped. A friend told me that once the procedure is done, I will lose all sensation in my breast area.
If . If the same scar is used, very unlikely sensation will be affected. Read more...
A friend's "advice" Friends sometimes say things without any real knowledge, which is frustrating. If you have bleeding and your implant must be removed for that reason, then numbness should be the least of your worries. Why are you bleeding? How recent was your implant surgery? How long have you been bleeding? Numbness isn't a big concern with a simple implant removal. Read more...
Not Likely. Generally, removal of breast implants tends to be associated with less risk ( including the potential for loss of sensation) than the initial breast augmentation surgery was. Probably best, with all due respect, not to listen to your friends when it comes to procedural risks/complications. Your plastic surgeon will be the best resource for you. Read more...