Breast Augmentation


Breast Augmentation is the method of using breast implants or fat known as fat transfer breast augmentation to grow the size of the breasts or to reestablish breast volume that has been lost after weight reduction or pregnancy.


The symptoms of brain augmentation differ from body to body due to personal differences, the kind of breast implants and the development of the illness. Nevertheless, it seems that a few symptoms show up a little earlier and more steadily like for example; fatigue, brain fog, memory loss, joint and muscle pain, hair loss, recurrent infections and difficulties with thyroid and adrenals or other endocrine glands. 

Before the breast implant procedure begins, the patient will meet the surgeon for a medical evaluation. The patient can talk about what you want and get feedback from the doctor. The surgeon may ask you to stop taking certain medications a few days or weeks before your surgery.

The procedure takes one to two hours. The patient will likely be given general anesthesia, through which she will be "asleep" and without any pain.

The surgeon will make a cut under your breasts, beneath the arms, or around the nipples, depending on the patient’s body, the kind of implant and how much enlargement is being done.

The surgeon will put the breast implant above or below the chest muscle. Once the implant is in place, the surgeon will close the cuts with surgical tape.

Treatment Complications

The complications that are seen in breast augmentation are

  • Pain in the breasts.

  • Variations in sensation in the nipple and breast.

  • Formation of the scar tissue and hardening in the area around the implant.

  • Blood loss.

  • Infection

  • Difficulties with the size or shape of the implant.

Post Operative Care

The patient needs to take it easy for some days after brain augmentation has happened. For example, the patient should not do any heavy lifting for a period of six weeks after the implant.

When the patient comes back from the breast augmentation procedure, she should take a power nap. After the nap is finished, the patient should continue to keep resting at home. It is important for the patient to begin taking the recommended antibiotic within two hours of coming home and then keep an eye on the instructions on the bottle. The best time to take the first dosage is once the nap is done. Before the patient goes to bed, it is essential for the patient to lie on her breasts and put her entire weight on them for around 15 minutes. It is common to hear squishing or sloshing sounds after surgery. This is produced by air and fluid that is stuck beneath the skin. This is normal and will be absorbed by your body within the first week after surgery.

The patient may experience sharp or burning pains on the sides of your breasts. This is as a result of nerves that have been put under significant stretch. Massage the area that feels painful in a circular motion for some time till the burning goes away.