How much can you move around a week after breast implants surgery and how long does it take to recover?

How much can you move around a week after breast implants surgery and how long does it take to recover?

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o0lovely asked:

Can someone tell me how much moving around you can do after getting breast implants and how long should it take to recover?

What are the procedures to an implant that bursts?

An employee of mine claims that she had breast implants a week or two ago and can’t do customer’s nails and such. I want to understand so I know whether or not she is lying.

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Posted in Qns & Ans on Apr 1st, 2011, 3:08 am by plastic_surgery_world   

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  1. Mike
    May 22nd, 2010 | 11:19 am

    Think about it. If you get implants your a phony to begin with. I am assuming that she is lying. Have her get a note from her doctor. Everyone heals different. If she cant produce a note she can do her job. But if her breasts are giving her that much pain just send her home you don’t need to pay a slug. Remember this is an elective surgery and now it is effecting her job. At the end of the day I would fire her. Honestly get rid of her now she is milking you.

    I think Eric is right.

  2. Madison
    May 23rd, 2010 | 2:09 pm

    I hate when people give stupid answers on here. Your employee is probably not lying. Breast augmentation is a major surgery. Recovery time varies for everyone based on their own personal pain tolerance. If your employee does nails, she has a job that requires manual labor. The hardest part of recovery for this surgery is using your arms. Those muscles are connected to your chest, which are obviously very sore after having this procedure done. When I had mine, I took off 9 days and I was bartending. Even when I went back to work, I was not as fast as usual and did experience some mild pain. You do not want your employee to come back to work too soon if she cannot do her job correctly and/or might injure herself, in which case she’ll only be out longer. And certainly do not fire her. If she had the surgery because an implant burst, that is no longer a cosmetic procedure but rather medical as burst implants MUST be removed. You would be looking at a nice lawsuit if you terminated her.

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