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Breast lift for an 18-year-old

  • anon43
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • 4 years ago

I’m 18 years old and I want/need a breast lift. I have saggy, asymmetrical 34C breasts with stretch marks, and large areolas. I am planning on having 2-4 children in the future hopefully before the age of 30 so I know I am probably going to need another surgery later on.

I really don’t feel comfortable showing my breasts to anyone. I don’t want implants and don’t want people to know I had surgery. As my breasts get larger during pregnancy, can the areola change shape or stretch out? Can I still breast feed? Will I lose sensation in my nipple? Am I too young? Has anyone my age done this? Thanks! 

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Wait. Seriously. I had a reduction at 23, after my first child. I had two more after and they only got a little breastmilk and I've regretted it ever since. I wish I had waited. Pregnancy will do a number on your breasts too.
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If you get a breast lift now and want to have 4 children prior to 30, you will have to start having children by about the time you are 25. That leaves only 7 years to enjoy your results - your breasts WILL almost certainly stretch and sag again after pregnancy and breastfeeding (even if you don't breastfeed your breasts will stretch and sag more likely than not.) Then you may be back to square one or worse. Honestly, your breasts look totally great! I know we are not supposed to measure ourselves by what our potential partners may think of us (this is why I am getting a lift with an A cup and no implants, I want to look good for ME, not my partner) - I think any guy would LOVE your figure and not see a single thing wrong with you. You are in great condition. It would almost certainly be worth it to wait since you'd probably want to re-do the lift after having babies, and you would end up with lots of scarring at a young age that you may then feel self conscious about or be asked to explain to partners.
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Wait till after you have kids!
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Your breasts look just like mine, i want a breast lift but im only 16. I want a breast lift before my breasts start to sag more..
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You don't have a condition. Your breasts look great. You mention sag. I see normal beautiful breasts that most men would go crazy about. Please don't ruin your great breasts with surgery.
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Your breasts are marvellous ! I love them ! You really shoudn't change them. To me, they're perfect !
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I agree. They look great
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I have saggy breast and they look nothing like yours. I can not afford to get a breast lift but I would take your breast over mine any day. Your breast look fine to me.
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A breast lift can help you, but the stretch marks are a warning sign that your breasts will continue to slowly droop in the future, especially with all the swelling of pregnancy. Visually your breast can be lifted and improved, with scars that will fade as a trade-off. Your size looks good without implants. A breast lift is not obvious to outsiders. Your areola will stretch with pregnancy and you should not loose sensation or the ability to breast feed with a breast lift. Young women do choose lifting options, and you are not alone.
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you have what appears to be a condition known as tuberous breasts. These are breasts that have a smaller diameter base than the average breast in our elongation with large areola. A breast lift requires broadening the base of the breast as well as removing skin and reducing the aereolar size
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She doesn't have a condition. You're implying there is something wrong with breasts and they are great already.
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