I Cancelled my Implants Because of All You Ladies! THANK YOU

  • whyttiger87
  • Sacramento, CA
  • 1 year ago

I have always been flat chested. 32A, or a 32B with hope ;) I am 25 years old, married to a wonderful man and have a 2 year old and a 8 month old. I should also mention I had a preemie in 2009 who only lived 8 days. All of my babies were delivered via c section. ANYWAY, I have always anticipated getting implants and rhinoplasty. I never knew when, just that one day I would. 2 months ago I set up a consult with a PS, he does GREAT work and I was really excited. Long story short, I saw him a week ago wed, and by friday my surgery was booked for 3-8. Rhino and BA. I was really excited at first, but then the reality sunk in. I started considering all the risks, and what could go wrong. First with my nose as he wanted to do so much to it. I should add it all makes sense, and his before and after pics are awesome. I guess I was not prepared for that at all. I was ready to call that one off the day of my pre-op. I talked to him for an hour about my concerns that I could remember. I went home feeling great, but the next day the nerves set in. I have gone back and forth about the procedure and finally decided to cancel it. Yes, I will lose 600-1600 big one, but I will keep my body as is! I have had three babies, and BF two of them. I think my ta-ta's are pretty cute as they are keeping them as is until something NEEDS to be done. I have always had attention from guys, even with my small chest. Even now when hubby and I go out, I am noticed. I also have worked damn hard to lose the 60 lbs of baby weight from my triple back to back pregnancies. Besides the risk of having implants constantly hurt or weigh me down, I think I was most afraid of having them make me look bigger, I am 5'7 132 lbs. Curvy at 37, 28, 38, breasts 32A. I know I look very skinny in this pic, but I am a size 6 pants, I do not carry my weight much up top. When I thin out my upper body looks kind of emaciated. Anyway, THANK YOU ladies for giving me the courage to be happy with me just as I am. :)

Comments (1)

Thank you for your post! I'm glad you're at peace with your decision to stay au naturel. I'm curious what it was about the community that swayed you away from surgery?