Even if they are sometimes uncomfortable, always wear your compression clothing and surgical bra. Around the clock - remove only when showering.
Exhaustion after the operation
It is normal to feel tired after an operation. As with any surgeries, some pain is natural. With enough rest and a healthy diet you may soon feel better. Get up every 2-3 hours and walk a few steps, this promotes healing and increases energy. Visit the bathroom regularly.
The right food
To prevent postoperative nausea, eat light meals and drink plenty of fluids – preferably water. In the first few days, soup, crackers and jello are the right choice. After that, return to your routine diet – try and avoid unhealthy fats, such as margarine, frozen meals, and foods with saturated fat.
Again: No smoking!
Smoking slows down the healing process and increases the risk of complications.
Give your body the time it needs to get used to your new reality. Though your breast augmentation is immediately visible, the final shape and size of the new breast is often revealed after six months. Be patient also with your breast surgery scars. While they heal, a slight redness is quite normal. It may take up to 12 months for them to fade.
Enjoy your recovery time. Read or meditate, watch a few movies, or sleep in. Sleep is the best and most natural form of recovery.