From perfect natural breasts to sad & saggy (after babies) to boxy boobs after lift/aug.
- updated 1 month ago
I only first found this site AFTER my surgery -...
- 22 Aug 2013
- 20 days post
No worries though - I have found it now, and I am sure glad; so many good reviews (and your doctors are so much better to give advice than here in Europe;-))
PS: Sorry if my spelling is incorrect/I don't use correct terms etc...
My story - the short version:
Had beautiful breasts (large, natural, no sagging), but after 3 x pregnancies and 3 x breast feeding, they looked sad and saggy... With a bra they still looked good - but without? Oh no no no...
So about 3 weeks ago I had surgery; breast lift and implants (275 ml, round, moderate profile).
Everything went well, but I was devasted to see the result afterwards; boxy/squared shape - and not round and natural looking as I had hoped for... Cried for three days, but then decided that I will just have to wait it out... They change so much, and I can already see how they have improved some during these past 3 weeks... Hopefully 3 months can perform miracles when it comes to the shape!
I have posted a before photo and some post - from aprox. 10 days after surgery.
On the good side: I think my scars will heal up really well. My doctor has a pretty good rep. when it comes to the sewing work;-)
5 weeks post: Still not happy...
- 5 Sep 2013
- 1 month post
On the plus side; I can't feel the implants at all. They feel very natural.. Maybe it's because my own boob-fat+muscles cover the implants, or perhaps because they are so small!!;)
Another thing: I am frustrated that bits of thread keeps popping out everywhere - it's really yaaarkk and makes me feel like Jeff Goldblum in 'The Fly'... Also it leaves 'holes' making me worry if my scars will heal up nicely...
Still not happy with my result...
- 1 Nov 2013
- 3 months post
I will post new pics soon, though not much have changed since last time...
I have spoken to my doctor again. He was off course 'not happy with my unhappiness' and said he wished he hadn't taken me in(!). Maybe I'm too difficult and unrealistic about things... However, to me; an improvement isn't necessarily the same as a satisfying result... If that makes me difficult, so be it...:(
After some discussion back and forth, he however suggested that we could try to put in a little larger implants, and see if that could help make them less boxy and more round... Perhaps with some liposuction on the sides of each breast...
I'm having a new consultation in the new year. Then we'll see.
He is probably a top 10 plastic surgeon here in Denmark and both skilled and very sympathetic. However, I'm still far from happy with my results, but have decided to wait and see... Perhaps they will look less boxy and square in 3-6 months. This is not my final evaluation - I will have to wait and see.