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- posted 1 year ago
- updated 1 year ago
- Worth It
- Cost: $6,000
I breasted fed 2 beautiful children for over a...
- 29 Apr 2012
- 2 months pre
I breasted fed 2 beautiful children for over a year each. I finished 8 months ago and am left with saggy and deflated A cups. When i used to be a nice full B. I hide from myself in the mirror and my own husband. I was so excited to schedule this surgery! I need a lift and silicone implants....with thin tissue and at 5ft 10 inches and thin, my surgeon said saline would most likely not work well for me. I started researching safety and reading the label off allegran implants and am having second thoughts. Some of these complication rates are sky high!!!! I am so dissapointed and do not know what to do. I really want his but I am so conflicted right now. Surgery is set for early June....
I finally decided! After being reassured that...
- 25 Jun 2012
- 11 days post
The surgery was not bad at all and the pain minimal. My scars are so small!!! My surgeon used a funnel, so was able to keep my incisions small and they are under the breast, so are invisible. I am so happy with the results. I do wish I would've gone a little bigger, but overall I am thrilled and my breasts are now PERFECT and filling up a D cup. He adjusted the silicone implants perfectly and now my boobs are the same size!! I measured my bra size using the measurement guidelines online and it showed I am a DD/E since I have 4-5" between my cup and band size. I measured about 10 times, and then my hubby measured me and it still says DD/E, but I don't LOOK like a DD./E, I don't think? They aren't super huge at all. In fact,with clothing on, they don't look large at all. I don't know if this is accurate since I started with an A/B and only went 400 cc's.
Anyway, I am so happy, recovery was easy, and I feel GREAT with no worries about safety. I thought I would worry after they were put in, but I am not at all.
The only thing that was not fun is that the keflex made me dizzy and tired and I got a yeast rash. But, other than that, this was so much easier and less painful than I imagined! I only took pain meds for two days. I didn't even need tylenol after day 2. I still can't lift my baby, but Wednesday I am cleared to do that.The worst part (besides not lifting her) is not being able to jog for 4 more weeks! I am worried I will get out of shape and gain weight! But, it is worth it :)
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