Usually, after breast augmentation, patients stay in the hospital for at least one night. The next day, the doctor checks the position of the implants. She also looks at the wound and removes if necessary immediately the wound drainages.
Unless they dissolve themselves, the threads are pulled after about ten days. Normally, the breasts start to contract and hurt. If the woman wants, the doctor prescribes her painkillers.
The pain usually resolves within a few days. After about 10 days, the patients usually feel well enough that they can work again. The operated area usually remains swollen for some time longer. If the doctor takes off the bandage after two or three days, the woman gets a special brassiere. This medical bra, which supports the breasts without constricting them, must be worn by the patients for at least the next six weeks.
In general, the new bosom should be spared in the first two months as possible and not be overstressed. Doctors recommend that you refrain from intensive sports and heavy physical work during this time, whether at work or at home. During sex, a certain caution is required. But it usually takes a few months for the breast to return to its original consistency and sensitivity. Only then can the result of the operation be finally assessed.