There are many reasons women choose to get breast surgery. Perhaps you’ve gone through pregnancy and feel the need for a little Mummy makeover, or you’ve just never been happy with how you look. Either way, the few weeks after breast surgery requires patience and needs the relevant time for recovery before you can enjoy the full results. For those who are regular gym goers and fitness enthusiasts, you’ll be incredibly eager to get back to your normal routine. It’s important to remember though that just after surgery, your muscles will be fragile and raw, so try not to be too eager. Luckily though, there are alternative exercises that you can perform which will aid your recovery and get you back to your normal pattern.
Immediately after surgery
It’ll be extremely likely that your doctor will recommend not to do any physical activity whatsoever for the next 48 hours or so. Moments after the surgery your skin will be extremely raw and any physical activity is likely to disrupt the overall results of the procedure. You’ll need the first week or so to completely rest and let everything settle.
A few weeks after surgery
The surgery would have likely taken a lot out of you and energy levels would have completely depleted as a result. You should gradually feel your energy levels coming back the more time you take to rest, normally about 2 weeks after. Once you feel far more energised, you’re more than welcome to try a few light workouts.
Walking is always recommended and easy to perform without causing any stress. You can either go around the block or do it on a treadmill on a very slow setting.
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