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Suggestions as to how I can "fix" my breasts?

  • sun versus moon
  • San Diego, CA
  • 1 year ago

Have always been unhappy with my breasts...I am in my young 20's and feel like my breasts sag much more than they should, nipples are too big, and not near enough upper fullness. I am scared of the scars a lift will leave but am truly embarrassed to show my breasts to anyone (telling me to be happy with the way they look doesn't work any magic on me, and there is no way a young girl is going to be happy with saggy breasts). I was thinking of getting just a small implant to round them out and create that upper fullness I want, but some of the comments from the doctor's said this will just exacerbate the problem.  Any suggestions as to what I can do?

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HI, You do not look as bad as you feel however I completely understand!! I am 37 and looked like you in my twenties. I was never perky, never had cleavage, and also large areola's. I am a runner and along with that and age they lost more volume and are droopier. I was advised to have a lift (also doing an augmentation) and it made so much sense after I educated myself. Go for a consultation and seek out as much info as possible. Fully Educate yourself and don't settle!
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Shame on you people. A perfectly fine , Indeed lovely looking young woman has a needless hang up and you advocate surgery. Love, you look just fine, natural, lovely, all the good stuff. Don't have surgery on your boobs, it ALWAYS looks dreadful and you will be ruining your perfect young body.
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Sorry but I disagree with above. From pics you can tell you are a slender girl, so diet and exercises won't help much. I had similar breasts before my first BA. Very flat across the top of my chest with outward facing savvier breasts, about a B-C cup. I went with high profile implants and loves the results the first year. They did settle so I did not pass the "pencil test". Then came 2 pregnancies and nursing, weight loss, etc and I just got a full BL and revision. I think if you're younger without kids, go with implants. Because after kids your beasts will totally change and you'll need a re-do anyways. I'd you're done having kids, go with a BL and small BA.
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Sorry, that meant to read "saggier breasts"
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I do not know how much you weigh and how tall you are but from the picture, many women would envy you for what you have. Some have none, others have twice & three & four time what you have. If I were you and I know I am not, I would go on the side of a diet and exercises ( walk and jogging ). You will find out that it is best this way than getting all cut up and be in pain for a length of time until it heals. Not forgetting the scars which will show for how long. This is what I recommend for you.

Good Luck
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Hey there! Thanks for posting here in the forum. It looks like you got some pretty informational info from doctors and I think your next step is to schedule some consultations! Several doctors will waive the consult fee if you mention RealSelf, so ask about that when you call. You'll really need to be examined to know what would be best for you. And make sure to go on 3 or so consultations so you can find the doctor who fits your expectations best.

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Hi there - thank you for the response. I did get information from doctors but am also looking for answers from "real" people who have gone through the surgery themselves and have similar breasts to mine and can share their experiences.
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I was 21 when I had my surgery and the scars are not a bad trade for the amazing shape and small areolas! I love my breasts!
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