Many women choose breast reduction surgery as an alternative to living a life filled with medical complications other frustrations that can come when breasts are too large. Back pain, shoulder pain and difficulty finding clothes that fit have women seeking out breast reduction for relief. What can a woman expect after this type of procedure as far as recovery goes? After breast reduction surgery, the first sensations a patient will normally feel are the groggy side effects of the anesthesia. There may be slight nausea which is a common side effect of anesthetic medication given during surgical procedures.
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Drain and Wound Care - The Breast Care Site
After breast reconstruction surgery, patients will have surgical drains placed to prevent blood and lymphatic fluid from building up under the skin, allowing for a quicker recovery. The surgical drains look like small grenades about the size of a fist and have fluid measure markers around the outside. When recovering from breast reconstruction, incision sites will be tender and sensitive. If the suture holding the drain in place is constantly tugged on, it could become quite painful. To reduce the risk of potential tugging to the drain, safety pins can be used to secure the drains to your clothing.
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Topic: Drain Pain! Are my drains supposed to hurt this much?
The tube is attached to a hollow rubber ball that collects draining fluid from the healing area. Let's explore the basics of surgical drains after a mastectomy, including what they look like, how they stay in place, and what their purpose is. Seromas can delay wound healing and result in infection and a poor cosmetic outcome.
When you remove the implant there is still a potential space there it looks like the inside of a white plastic bag. The drain will help the bag stay collapsed while the healing takes place and will help remove any blood or fluid that tries to accumulate in the space. Every doctor has their own preference. I rarely use a drain after any type of breast surgery for problems like bleeding may still occur with a drain in place.