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Regret getting breast implants

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  • 4 years ago

Have you gotten breast implants and later regretted getting them? did you get them removed or just accept them as your "new you"?

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I have had my implants for almost 2 years now. I love them! I had a great doctor that really listen to what I was trying to achieve. I think its extremely import to find a doctor your confident with and you can trust to give you the results you are looking for!
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For more information on breast implant removal, you may want to check out our breast implant removal community. There are several reviews of the procedure there. Good luck!

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I recently had breast augmentation on January 15th. At that time I convinced myself I was doing it for the right reasons. Soon there after I felt depressed, and like I wanted them out of my body. My Doctor reassured me that this was normal, and to give it some time. Once I came back for a follow up appt. six weeks later I told him I still felt the same, and from there we discussed removing the implants. Something inside of me didn't feel right as I had anticipated it to. My doctor did an amazing job, but I just wasn't happy with how they looked on ME. I am really small, so it just didn't look the way I had expected. I had my breast implants removed yesterday (2 months after implantation). I am only 25 years old, so the possibility of having stretched out breasts was a risk that I had to take. I can happyily say that the surgery went very well thanks to a ps. The doctor told me to look down at my breasts. I didn't want to because I was afraid. I had seen horrible pictures online, and I was horrified that I would look the same. He reassured me that they looked good, and they infact did. My advice to anyone considering plastic surgery would be to think about it long and hard. Make your appt. a year away, so that you are internalizing what you will be doing. Looking back I now see I made a totally irrational decision in the heat of excitement. I have been through so much emotionally these past 2 months, and I wouldn't wish this upon anybody. Not mentioning all of the money I have wasted. With all of this said I have many friends who love their breast implants, they just weren't for me. Make sure they are for you, and for the right reasons.

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Hi I had my breast implants remove 2 months ago after having them for 6 weeks. but my breast is still loose and my muscle feels funny. how long it takes for this to go away.

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Hello Casey. I am so glad I saw your post! I had mine done 8 days ago and I feel the same way! This is just so not who I am and I cannot stand having them in me. I go tomorrow to have stitches out and I know he is going to tell me this is normal and give it time. However, I have never been more sure of anything. I want them out. I am normally a really positive person and have it together but I have been a wreck over this. Thanks for your post!
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there's under the muscle, over, and half under and half over the muscle which is what my surgeon did. Everyone of my female friend likes how they look. However I have seen ones that have that high in the air look with the big gap between them like they are too far apart from each other apparently that is from when it is done under the muscle which should consult with the doctor which one is best because some under the muscle ones look really fake.
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