I am going tomorrow afternoon to have my consultation to have my breasts implants removed. I am very nervous i have not found a lot of information on line about it and I hope that I am able to get the answers I am looking for from the Dr. I will post photos if I decide to have work done. I am pretty sure I will do it I am excited not to have them any more I have been experiencing a lot of neck... more
Like most getting implants removed, I didn't care for the look anymore. I never liked my implants, always found them too big and longed for the day to have them removed. I had a mastopexy performed at the same time.
I told Dr McCormack that I didn't care about size, I just wanted pretty. That is exactly what I got. She worked very hard to give me what I wanted and I appreciate the extra... more
Hello ladies. Thank you all for sharing your experiences. It's all been very helpful to me. Although I'm still in the research period, thanks to you, I'm 100% convinced taking them out is the right decision. Now to work on the details.
My story started about 15 years ago, when I was in highschool and I figured out my breasts stopped growing more than a small A cup. I felt flat and lacking... more
Six years ago I was researching breast implant surgery. It seems odd to me now that I am researching removal after always thinking that implants were the answer. After having my children, I had imagined that implants were in my future. I had breastfed 2 children and had become very engorged with the first one (E cup from a B cup). After deciding that I was not going to have anymore children, I... more
It was 1975. My friend and I were 25 years old. Both flat chested with small frames. Thought it sounded great. Big boobs inan hour. I had the smallest ones made as they were the only ones he could get in. Liked them a short time,a lot less more when we had to go and have them squeezed to break the capsule. That was not my idea of fun. Hurt like hell. Started wanting them ouu about 7 years... more
I did this because the implants were 28 years old and very droopy. It was time to remove them. Implants don't stay gorgeous forever so the time does come when you should either replace them or have them removed. Whatever you choose, Dr. Virden is the physician you should select for the procedure. more