I Have My Left Breast Implant Encapsulated And I Want To Remove The Capsule And Change My Implants.
I have my left breast implant encapsulated and I want to remove the capsule and change my implants. I want to know how long should I wait before I can hold my 2 years old daughter ? She always ask to be in my arms and I’m scare to do it to quick and create the same problem
I would have thought about 2 weeks but I am not aware of any evidence or science for this. The risk of early exercise or lifting would be internal bleeding, which can lead to a capsular contracture. I am not aware that movement itself increases your risk of cc.
Once you’re past the period when bleeding is a risk, then it would be down to personal comfort.
Hi there, I agree with Richard. There should be no real harm in holding your daughter. A capsule is caused by scar tissue forming around the implant which gradually contracts over time. Once you are relatively comfortable after surgery, it should be fine to hold your daughter.
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