I had breast implants...went from A cut to C cup...great experience. I would definetly do it again! Pain is pretty bad for the first week after procedure however the pain killers that were prescribed were very helpful. I went back to work 5 days after the procedure ( I have a desk job). I was back to my regular upper body exercise of weight lifting and surfing approximately 3 months after... more
Well, here I am, exactly one week post-surgery! I feel like I’ve been in training my entire life and have finally graduated to a big-girl bra! I feel great and have felt great straight out of the gate. There is a lot of pressure and soreness in the incisions, of course, but that has been entirely manageable. I did take my meds according to the doctor’s instructions, and that helped a great... more
I am a 63 yr. old woman, fit, and I would say stylish and young at heart. For at least the past 25 yrs. I've been talking about getting a breast aug, but for one reason or another, just never got around to it. I guess mostly because my husband always said I was perfect the way I was. Well, perhaps to him I was, how sweet, but not to myself. I'm very small and petite, 5'2" 105 lbs, and I... more
Years ago, I'm in my 20's, I lost a lot of weight. I went from a full "C" cup to an "A" on the left side and "B" on the right. I lost most of my volume and had a very saggy look. I'd never been happy with the changes but I didn't think to get it corrected until my doctor and I got into a brief conversation about my breast shape during one of my... more
I had gastric bypass in 2002 and was in despirate need of assistance. I had a lot of skin and close to no breast tissue. One of my best friends filed insurance for the doctor and she suggested that I see him. He was pleasant prior tot he surgery but a totally different person afterwards.I expressed my concerns with having large implants because I personally associate that with being overweight... more
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