After breast augmentation surgery everyone recovers differently. Some women have a very easy time of it, while others have more difficulty. Recovery times are individual as well. As with any type of surgery, some people tend to get well faster than others. Upon waking from surgery, you will probably feel somewhat dazed, especially if you have had general anesthesia. If you have had twilight, you may still experience dizziness, but generally speaking, women who have this type of anesthesia usually wake up faster. Post-operative nausea and vomiting are less of a risk with twilight sedation, as well. You may or may not experience nausea and/or vomiting. If you had intravenous anti-nausea medications during surgery, you have a better chance of avoiding upset stomach. However, if this isn't the case, inform your plastic surgeon, anesthesiologist, or attending nurse. Your breasts may be wrapped tightly in an ace bandage, or your surgeon may have put them into a surgical bra. He or she will instruct you as to how long you will have to wear this. You may be offered a pain pill, as well.