Some pain is normal after breast surgery and is generally accompanied by bruising, swelling and numbness. However, for some women, this pain does not go away. Such stagnant pain can be indicative of underlying complications, which can range from mild to severe. Knowing the risks for complications and what symptoms to watch for can help you identify and remedy a complication quickly.
Breast Implants Q&A: Why get breast implants under the muscle?
Risks and Complications of Breast Implants | FDA
When it comes to breast augmentation , women have multiple choices regarding the size, type and placement of the implants. The best way to determine whether subglandular over the muscle or submuscular under the muscle positioning is best for you is to schedule a free, one-on-one consultation with our board-certified plastic surgeon at Bella Cosmetic Surgery in Maryland. However, there are several aspects you can consider prior to your appointment. Subglandular implant placement allows for breastfeeding in the future but will require more images when you have mammograms.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
The following is a list of local complications and adverse outcomes that occur in at least 1 percent of breast implant patients at any time. You may need non-surgical treatments or additional surgeries to treat any of these, and you should discuss any complication and necessary treatment with your doctor. These complications are listed alphabetically, not in order of how often they occur. A complete list of complications, as well as information on rates for those complications can be found in the patient labeling for the approved breast implants, Labeling for Approved Breast Implants. Breast Implants are not considered lifetime devices.
Breast pain is a common symptom of menopause and can cause sore, swollen breasts and a persistent throbbing pain in the armpit. Breast pain can grow so severe that walking, jerky movements, or contact of any kind causes discomfort. Continue reading to understand the various causes of pain in the breast and armpit as well as effective management and treatment options for ultimate relief. Breast pain , also known as mastalgia, is categorized as either cyclical or non-cyclical.