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Is my left breast going to get better, and even with the right one?

I had a breast lift (anchor lift) and augmentation 3 weeks ago. I have 450cc mentor memory gel silicone under muscles. 3 days after I went to see my Dr for an hematoma evacuation. Now, my breasts are not even. I know it will get better with time as my Dr tells me. I guess I need more reassurance and opinions from other Drs. My left breast was the one with the hematoma. Since day 1, that side is a bit firmer than the right. Now, it seems higher as well. The right is, I think, beautiful. Will the left catch up and fill the lower pole, and will my nipples even out?

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Hematoma left breast (evacuated later that day)



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