My incision was glued too and I was told that the colours underneath it (mine were black, purple and orange) were the felt tip pen marks from where the surgeon had marked me before slicing and the antiseptic stuff they wipe over us. The glue dissolves slowly so it took about 14 days for most of it to go and the rest I peeled after that point.
Read on the other thread that you are due your results in about a week so I hope that goes well for you, keep us posted and take care of yourself
I had this twice with two recurrences and I think they use it if it is hard to stitch. once was on the underside of the breast and the second time it was right up the middle between the 2 breasts in the cleavage area. That one has healed up amazingly quickly, don't be tempted to pick it off too quickly though. Best thing is to rub the area with baby oil first thing in the morning and last thing at night and after a while it will peel off itself! Mine was black and I was a bit worried at first but the results have been really good and the end product doesn't depend on your surgeon's stitching ability!
K M x
i had mx with immediate ld flap reconstruction oct 13 and my surgeon used glue instead of stiches and i was very impressed with the result i can hardly see the large scar on my back .the crusty scabs came off about 10-14 days later .last week i had lipofill to recon and had glue done again on the small holes they make to insert the instrument they use to remove the fat and the scabs have come off already in my experience i prefere glue to stiches . linda