Has anyone not had one side drop all the way?


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Went to my PS for a 3 month check and I asked him about my right side being higher than the left. He said it wasn't locked in place, but would probably stay roughly that way. I guess I'm just wondering if anyone was told this, but it dropped later anyway? Thanks!

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  • I am experiencing the same thing. Hoping my one side will also drop more. 

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  • I have the same issue but have 2 months post op appt with dr. I was told to keep wearing compression streak but I feel it isn鈥檛 working and only constructing the good boob.

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  • I am roughly 9 months PO and my left, right in photos, is still higher and hasn't rounded out on the bottom like my right. They are both soft and squishy. But I hate the uneven upper pole! Not sure what do do. Trying to just accept it. But also wearing a sports bra and pulling the band up on top of the left, while supporting the right.... ( a Dr on real self  mentioned doing it) My PS released me at 3 MPO.

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    • Luckyweeone yes!! That's exactly what I'm dealing with now! The upper pole on one is MUCH higher than the other. If I wear a bathing suit or a dress without a bra, it's super obvious 馃槪 did your ps say that's just the way things will stay?

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      • Luckyweeone
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      • luckyweeone
      • 2 wk ago
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      Flamingo423 Can you message me a pic? I totally understand! My goal was to be able to go braless when I wanted to wear certain things but to me the difference is noticeable, my husband says they lol great but... He is biased....Lol.

      My PS said it wasn't CC, (At 3 M PO) and I don't think it is, and he told me that my right breast pocket was slightly bigger and the fold was naturally lower  馃槖 But I  haven't seen him in almost 6 months... He released me at 3... Still trying to decide if I should call him and go in... He is 4 hours away and I don't want to be over critical, but it bothers me!

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      • Liltitty
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      • 13 days ago
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      Luckyweeone I am having the same issue as 2 MPO.  I wrote a question to the surgeon on this site and said not to worry until 6 months.  My dr thinks it may be early signs of CC or a band of scar that is preventing my boob to drop.  Left looks like its pushed up.  Have you seen another dr for a second opinion since you are 9 mpo?

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      • Luckyweeone
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      • 13 days ago
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      Liltitty no I haven't seen anyone else. But think I am going to call my PS and see what he says, then go for a second opinion....

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    • Luckyweeone it's weird, the bottoms look much more even in real life than in pictures BUT the upper pole of my right is still much higher. Ignore the bad soap dispenser placement in the reflection haha. I think if nothing's changed at 6 months I'll be super disappointed. It just seems like if the pocket of one side was bigger, couldn't you put a slightly bigger implant in that side? Especially since the side that's dropped actually looks smaller.

       

      If you end up going back to your PS, could you let us know what they say? And happy holidays!

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  • I went in today for my 6wpo and am concerned about the same thing. I was told that the pocket maybe a different shape on my right and that when I was smaller, it wasn鈥檛 noticeable like it is now. That being said, if I keep trying to push my right side down so my upper poles are the same, my right nipple will point up more than the left and that will not look as nice as a little more upper pole in the right. Does that make any sense? I鈥檓 still hoping that I鈥檓 in the early stages and more drop and fluff will be in my future. 馃し馃徎鈥嶁檧锔馃馃徎

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