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Tenderness and soreness behind the saline breast implant post physical activity, advised against wearing wire bra. Suggestion?

I have saline breast implants underth muscle, for 20 years no problems. Last week my newly excited Labrador dog on a lead.... was roaring around & pulling on his lead. Hence the next day under my right breast implant behind the breast is tender, it was very sore the next day, but is slowly getting better, when i breath in it still hurts, so ive stopped walking the dog, and wont be lifting anything until it resumes to normal again. Ive been advised also not to wear wire bras ???? What are your thoughts ??
Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hello.Thanks for the question.In my thought you should wait for some days to see if this returns back to normal.But if even if minimal symptoms remain then you would need clinical evaluation and few investigations to see if there is focal inflammation,infection or leak.Dont wear bra or tight clothes till then.Also avoid any vigorous activities.Hope that answers your question.Regards.
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