Breast AugmentationBreast Surgery Breast Surgery Risks & Safety (Part 2) By admin Last updated Feb 11, 2017 950 Share
Even if you consider yourself a fast healer, it’s important that you don’t return to stressful activities before your surgeon says it’s okay. You can jeopardize the results of your post breast augmentation recovery.
Your Plano plastic surgeon will give you a prescription for pain medication, and there’s a good chance you’ll need to use it even if you don’t take over-the-counter or prescription drugs on a regular basis. Even if you’d like to stick with OTC medications, it’s advisable that you fill the prescription your doctor gives you anyway, just in case the pain is more than a few Tylenol can quench.
Your post-surgical pain will depend on a few factors, and each patient will have a different experience when it comes to recovery. Do you tolerate pain well? You might be able to get through the uncomfortable post-operative phase easier than someone who has a much lower threshold for pain.
Tips for Making Your Breast Surgery Recovery Easier
There are a few things you’ll want to remember as you embark on your breast augmentation journey, and one of the most important has to do with your breast surgery recovery.
Get your home ready for your return before you leave for surgery.
There’s no way you’ll want to mess with getting things arranged and ready for your recovery when you’ve just had surgery. Make sure you leave the house clean when you depart, make sure all the laundry is clean, and have a nice made-up bed ready for your return.
Tip: Buy a new bra for your new breasts before your surgery! Don’t try to squeeze yourself into your old size, particularly if you’re getting an augmentation!
Have a support system in place for your safety.
Does your family live close by? Make sure they know you’re having surgery so they can come and check on your post breast augmentation recovery. Your significant other or a close friend are also valuable allies during your breast surgery recovery.
Consider working out before you breast surgery.
If you’re getting a breast augmentation, you’ll be dealing with some extra weight on your chest. Avoid back pain by strengthening your back muscles with exercise before your surgery. You may also want to consider taking short walks during your recovery. Getting the blood moving in your body helps encourage healing, and it’ll improve your mood, too!
Having a Safe and Healthy Breast Augmentation in Plano
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons provides advice on how you can stay safe and ensure the best possible breast augmentation results in the years after your surgery.
- Breast implants have an expected lifespan, and you may need to consider replacement of one or both implants after several years.
- Changes to your body like weight loss and pregnancy may change the appearance of your breasts, and you may need to eventually schedule further surgery.
- Regular examinations that include an examination of your breasts are important to maintain health and to avoid complications like silent ruptures.
Don’t end up like one of those stories of “breast augmentation gone wrong” that you see on television. Remember your surgeon’s instructions for healthy recovery after breast augmentation, and soon you’ll be able to enjoy your new body with poise and confidence.
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