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Breast Hematoma | Implants | What To Do After Surgery?


Many women get a post surgical hematoma in the breast after breast augmentation.

What to Look for After Breast Implants

You may be wondering how to even identify a Hematoma. Where on the breast would it be?

If after surgery, you wake up one morning and your breast suddenly becomes large, hard, tense or tender, it is very possible that have a hematoma in the breast.

It will usually be close to the surgical incision.

What to do Once You Find a Hematoma in the Breast

Don’t panic, but contact your doctor immediately. Your breast hematoma must be drained as soon as possible to avoid capsule contracture. Smaller sized bruises may not require treatment, but larger bruising suggest a breast hematoma, which is an accumulation of blood or blood clot in the area near the implant.

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Best to play it safe. If you have had a breast implant, visit your doctor and show him what you think is your breast hematoma.

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