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Getting my reduction on Aug 10th, excited and petrified. Any last min. advice or tips?
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You go girl!!!
Anesthesia will take very good care of you. They will give you some nice warm and fuzzy drugs and you will drift off to sleep. They will monitor you during the entire procedure so don't worry.
It goes so fast and seems like one minute they are putting your IV in and the next thing you know you are waking up.
LOL you crack me up:) A woman after my own heart..SUGAR! Why oh why are these things so darn good. Although the Vodka also sounds pretty darn good.
You are going to have so much fun buying bras after surgery. I went nuts with every color and pattern around. I have a rainbow of bras now....and I might add they aren't the size of tents.
Three more days! My advice is to relax, know you will be ok, and get ready to enjoy your new breasts.
This one is not such a bad recovery. Yes you will be sore, bruised and have very colorful breasts for a while but you will love them once they are healed up.
Make sure that you avoid any lifting for the first month and you will be fine.
And the best advice I can give you is to stay here on RealSelf for all of your post op support.
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