Breast Procedure

Post Operative Question Answer

What signs or symptoms should I be aware of that may indicate a complication or the need for further medical attention?

While complications are rare, it’s important to be vigilant. After tubular breast enhancement, pay attention to any severe or persistent pain, excessive swelling, or redness that extends beyond the immediate post-operative period. Additionally, if you notice any unusual drainage from the incision sites, changes in skin color or texture, or if your breasts become asymmetrical, it may indicate a complication. Fever, chills, or flu-like symptoms should also be taken seriously. If you experience any of these signs or symptoms, it is crucial to contact your surgeon promptly for evaluation and guidance.

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