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My arms are killing me after BBL, is this nornal?
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Hi I had a lipo of back, flanks, and arms and all fat transferred to the butt. My ARMS ARE KILLING ME. i have hard balls underneath my armpits along with veiny wirey lines that hurt like hell and wont allow me to stretch. I don't know how to sleep or hoe to position my arms. My surgeon said that the hard lunps are bc of him and they should die down in a week or two but i am 10 days post op and my arms are hurting more and more every day...please help..i ordered a new garment too bc this one is loose. my arms are so hard and /hurt so much. is this all nornal

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