One Day Post-op Already Thrilled with Results - Birmingham, England
I began developing breasts at 8 years old, and...
- 5 Jan 2013
I began developing breasts at 8 years old, and they stopped growing at 12. However they were only a small 32B and now at 23 I decided it was time I started feeling like I actually had a woman's body. I am very narrow with a base-width of 10cm or thereabouts. As such my surgeon and I chose Nagor 200cc high implants, which have been placed fully sub muscular.
As soon as I awoke from surgery I was thrilled with the results, I can see much more shape and volume. I was in surgery at 8.30 am yesterday and awake by 10.15, did not feel even slightly nauseous and only slightly in pain. After a couple of co-codamol and a nap I felt incredible, with just the feeling of pressure rather than pain. I have one side that is sore the other is barely noticeable.
I expected to be in agony but have only needed to take pain relief at bed time and again on waking this morning before having my drains removed. I will admit that was the most painful part, like having your breast pulled inside out starting with the nipple!
Overall though, and despite the swelling, I am already certain that I will be a much more confident person and not be disappointed with the results.
I had my surgery with Transpire Cosmetic Surgery, carried out at the Alexandra Private Hospital. The staff both at Transpire and the hospital have been incredibly supportive and friendly, I could not of wished for a better experience; they even provided for my dietary requirements of no dairy and gluten which was a real bonus!
I would thoroughly recommend that anybody seriously considering this surgery for a long time does all the research they can, as being fully prepared helps to feel less anxious.
This is a provider with a local office (they have several nationwide) and a very friendly dedicated team who I had heard lots of good reviews about. The company director attends every consultation and check up to ensure all patients recieve the best possible care at all times.