Nov 7, 2018 10:13AM - edited Nov 7, 2018 10:17AM by hugz4u
Hum you've got me stumped. If you do get lymphema in the chest those holes could fill up with fluid. You will know by having s full puffy or achy or weird feeling.
I have a dip at the top of my chest where I should really have a fat graft. sometimes it fills up there and gets puffy. When I exercise it helps get rid of it. Walking and moving arms (holding in a jogger position helps me
My friends son had concave chest with a few other complications affecting his organs. he’s 16 and they surgicaly corrected it. Maybe his age was an advantage. It’s a huge surgery and painful. They break ribs and put in a rod for him.