I am so glad I saw you posting. I had my surgery in February 2010. Unfortunately, I still have the same symptoms you describe. Infact, within the first few days postop, i recall having such pressure in my left hand I was using ice on my hand to control the pain. Within a month or two I then developed the same squeaking you describe. It was very distressing. These symptoms occurred only on my left breast. They slowly went away, although during massage i still sense a pop here and there. The symptom that is presently the most bothersome, is the pinching from midclavicle to around the outside border of the breast. It is there everyday. I have massaged and massaged to no avail. I have discussed these issues with my surgeon but have not had really acceptable answers thus far. Presently my left breast almost feels that it is wrinkled or folded over on itself. Surprisingly, my right breast feels perfect like i have no implant or never had surgery. That is why this is so distressing and depressing. I know that i have seen one other posting on another website where a patient was experiencing similar symptoms. I hope surgeons read these postings and continue to provide better and more honest explanations to their patients who have there rare but prolonged symptoms.
I know I can't live like this much longer....The expense and thought of having to have another surgery is repulsive but i don't understand that i would have another choice. I think what we are experiencing is a brachial nerve plexus irritation or injury. Look it up there are wonderful pictures on the internet. I hope your symptoms do not continue like mine have and that you have a very good surgeon who will listen to you and not dismiss your symptoms.
You will hear noises coming from your breasts. That is normal. The implants are just settling in. And no they are not leaking, you will notice a dramatic change in size if they are saline implants.
You will have a pinched nerve that hurts like hell on your breasts! That is normal since an implant can sit on a nerve, so every time you move it will hurt. But fear not, that pain will go away quickly once the implants settles in.
These little twinges should slowing disappear and/or get less noticeable over time. They should not get worse. The healing process for breast surgery does take time.
Good luck and thank you for your question.