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solon, OH

internal stitches are coming out of me after breast lift and implnat removal whats going on?

I had implants remover an a lift on may6 2009. My Dr. put a smaller implant infor a touch of volume.I healed up but now my wounds have re opened and clear stitches arepainfully coming out.The small implant feels like it i sitting on the lower part of my breast. like it fell down? what do you think? ive been to the dr. over and over again.. he recently put meon antibiotics huge dose and wants to see me again about reopening me up Im afraid it will happen again.What do you think this is?whats the cause?

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Baltimore, MD
United States
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October 20, 2009 1:11 PM

If there is infection. Then the implants and the capsule should be removed. You have to wait 6 months before you can reimplant (more)
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