I too have had a bilateral mastectomy and reconstruction. If you had your major operation six weeks ago, I am wondering if your have still have your 'expanders' in place or has your surgeon already given you your final breast implants. My surgeon did it in stages in order to expand my pectoralis muscles so that my implants would fit in a final surgery. Regardless, I think you should visit your doctor for a follow up in order to have your breast looked at. Before you worry too much though, consider that it could just be some fluid, post operation, that did not drain. One of my friends had that happen and the surgeon opted to drain the excess fluid so that her breast would then continue to heal properly. This was not difficult for her to recover from and was an in-office procedure. My very best to you, dear.
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