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lump in breast after breast reduction

hi im 21 years old and recently had a breast reduction surgery 3 weeks ago, ma left breast seems ok no lumps or anything, but my right is different  it has a really big lump and its really hard it dont hurt when i touch its just there and it bothers me when i touch i wanna know if dats natural and if its gonna go away cause the left one was like dat but didnt stay with the lump for a long time, plz i really need an answer


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The left breast lump may be either the accumulation of blood (a hematoma) or an area of dead fat.  A hematoma will disappear with time.  If there is fat necrosis, a small lump may persist.  Neither are dangerous. Your surgeon would be in the best position to evaluate these lumps and advise you.
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