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3 1/2 months Photo update: Running and still going strong

I'm 5'3" with a bra size of 36E and...

I'm 5'3" with a bra size of 36E and like most of you I have had large breast for most of my life. I did't mind them when I was younger but after breast feeding 2 children and here we are 15 years later and ... well... they GREW even bigger and DROPPED !?! So now they just get in the way of me wearing what I want, bra shopping is a big hassle and not to mention when running I need to double up on bras to get the support I need. I have been thinking about getting a BR for about 5 years but always thought it would be out of the question because of the costs associated with it. Now for about 3 years I have been experiencing off & on again shoulder, neck and back pain but never had thought that this could be because of my large breasts. I went to a therapist for about a year with some relief but never feeling a 100%.My story now goes back to Dec/2011 when I had a mammo/ultrasound done for a routine physical, where they found a mass. I was then refered to a surgeon for further follow up where it was then discovered that it was a Fibroadenoma (benign mass) to my relief. She then proceeded to ask me if I ever consider having a breast reduction because of my breast size being much larger then my frame. She also asked if I experience any shoulder, back pain (to both I answered YES) I then asked if our provinical health insurance would cover it and she said yes in most cases. So on Jan 31 /2012, I had my consult with my PS. I was told I would probably be a D but that is only an estimate. I was told to set up an date for the operation that day because I would have no problem getting covered by our government health insurance - OHIP. They had a cancelation for Feb 16/2012 if I wanted that date I could have it. And I was thinking to myself but wait a minute that's in about 2 weeks, I need some time to process this! I wasn't expecting it to go this quickly (I was thinking about 2-3 mons plenty of time to mull it over). I asked if there was another time available and she said April 5, so I quickly said I'll take it! So now my date is set for April 5/2012 this will give me time to get ready and to get use to the idea. Or it may give me to much time to go back and further with should I or shouldn't I. I just have to keep telling myself "Worth It"

I have been shopping over the past week or so for...

I have been shopping over the past week or so for sports bras, body pillow , pillow with arms to sit up in bed/support, button up PJ's, hoodies . I'm contemplating on buying silicone scar sheets...what do you think?... do they work? ..they are expensive. I'm so glad we have a place like this that we can talk to women who know exactly what we are feeling and going through. You have given me alot of encouragement and advise.

I have a supportive husband and luckily my procedure is scheduled on the Thursday and being Good Friday the next that will give us a long weekend so I'll have help for a longer period. I also have 2 daughters oldest 15 and the youngest 14 thankfully they are old enough that they are self efficient and can also help around the house.

Today is day 10, I'm starting to get excited the...

Today is day 10, I'm starting to get excited the closer I am getting to the date. Now and then the nerves set in but now they are fewer then before and I'm thinking this is a go sign being that I don't have much time anymore to feel anything differently. I sometimes go through my mental check list of things I still need to do but unfortunately it's all last minute things like stocking the house up with food, cleaning, making sure the bills are paid, making sure I'm up-to-date at the office, so it's just a waiting game for now.

I got a call today around 5:00 pm from the PS...

I got a call today around 5:00 pm from the PS office to tell me there would be a DELAY on my procedure tomorrow, well you can imagine I how I felt to hear those words. Luckily, within the next sentence she proceeeded to tell me that my procedure would be delayed an hour so I should check in for 11:00 a.m and the procedure scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Phew.... that was close. Well, the house is stocked up with food, and spotless so I'm ready to get the show on the road. I would like to thank you Ladies for all your encouragement and advice leading up to this day and I'm very happy to have a place like this to go to for support. I'm sure I will continue to need support/advice during my healing period. If you could please send me along tomorrow with some good vibes that would be greatly appreciated. Take care.

Hello ladies, I'm official on the other side .....

Hello ladies, I'm official on the other side ...yay. I'm feeling pretty good, mild to no discomfort for now but I'm on tylenol 3's so that helps. I have been throwing up from time to time depending on how much I move around, things start to spin around, other then that I'm doing well. Will write again tomorrow I'm feeling a little foggy right now.

For the past 2 weeks I had finally felt confident...

For the past 2 weeks I had finally felt confident that I was making the right decision and was looking forward to getting my procedure done. (Thursday) I started off in the morning feeling pretty good until it was time to say goodbye to my girls who were going off to school. As soon as they left I got all sentimental and broke into tears. Was I making the right decision? Wonder if the worst happens, how will they cope? I still have time to cancel if I want too! Crazy stuff like that ran through my mind. Luckily my husband was around to calm me right down and brought me back to my senses. He always said it was my decision and he would support what ever I wanted to do he also had to remind me of all the reasons why I wanted this. I told him that I was ready to go for it and just needed a good cry,so off we went to the hospital.

My procedure was scheduled for 1:10pm but my PS was running late from the procedure that was scheduled before me so it was about 1;30 when she finally saw me to have our last minute talk and for her to do her drawings on my breasts. It was about 2;45 when she had spoken to my husband to tell him all went well and to tell him that she had taken roughly 1 pound from the right breast and a little over 1 pound from the left. (will get the exact amount taken on my post op visit)

My PS called today (Friday) to see how I was doing and to tell me that I could have a shower if I wanted too, so I did. She also arranged a Home Care Nurse to come to check my dressing and my drains today. She is to come back on Monday, hopefully by then my drains will be ready to be taken out if not she is to return every 3 days until that happens (or sooner if my drains are ready to be removed before then)
I'm doing pretty good so far not alot of pain its more discomfort then anything.

Well take a picture as soon as my drains are removed. Take care.

Well it's day 2 and it's official my rating is...

Well it's day 2 and it's official my rating is WORTH IT! I'm pleased with the size and the shape of my breast. They are still swollen and they still have to settle into their final shape but I'm glad that I followed through with it. I know there were times that I was scared and hesitant but I am truly glad that I told myself to "Just Go For It!"

I will post "After "photos as soon as my drains are removed.

Day 4 post op, drug free, pain free yahhh. In...

Day 4 post op, drug free, pain free yahhh. In hindsight I don't know what I was so worried about? Today the home care nurse came to check my lollipop incision and drains. She said that there are no signs of infection and my incisions and nipples have good colour. She was quite impressed how good they looked which was reassuring to me to have a third party's opinion other than my husband's. Her next visit is on Thursday which will be a full week from my surgery.
Tomorrow I will be calling the Doc's office to set up my 2 week post op appointment (couldn't call today because closed for holiday) I will also confirm the minium amount of liquid required to have the drains removed. I am pretty eager to get them out because I can only shower on the days that a nurse comes for a visit because the gauze gets wet around the drains therefore they need to be changed afterwards. On the days I don't a have nurse visiting I am giving myself a sponge bath which is by far not as exciting then a refreshing shower.
Has anyone experience hiccups following their surgery? I had hiccups constantly for the first 2 days straight, then I goolged it hiccups were a reaction to the anesthesia.
My energy levels are pretty normal I don't know if it was because I was on Iron pills for the past 6 months which helps to prevent anemia.
Take care ladies and best wishes to any up and coming surgeries.

7 Days Post Op. Today I had my drains removed, ......

7 Days Post Op. Today I had my drains removed, ... Yahooo... oh what a feeling to finally be free!

Day 7 Post Op Today I had my drains removed......

Day 7 Post Op Today I had my drains removed....yahoo....Oh, what a relief it is to be free..... with an extra bonus of smaller and way perkier breasts! They now have a bit of bruising that just started about a day ago and some swelling but still not to bad. I have some mild discomfort but most of the pain comes from where the drains use to be. Glad that I can now shower like the rest of the human race.

Day 9 & 10: We own a business and one of my...

Day 9 & 10: We own a business and one of my responsiblities is payroll and being Friday yesterday I had to go into the office to do the paychecks, READY to back to work or NOT. I only went in for 1/2 the day, then to Walmart to get a better supporting sports bra and that was enough to make Friday so far my worst day for pain and feeling generally like CRAP. By the evening I ached all over almost feeling like I had the flu. It's funny by day 3 you feel like super woman. Look at me...look at all the energy I have ... I can take on the world and I just had surgery ! Then you stop taking your pain medication and you soon learn that you can't do everything without feeling it later on.
I ran out of Tyenol 3 's so I'm now using extra strength Tyenol but I find that I have to take 3 at a time inorder for them to be effective. So I have learned from yesterday to take it easy and slow down. My breasts are not what hurts oddly enough it's more where the drains use to be. I'm now experience those famous " zingers" which means that the body is healing itself (nerves are regenerating themselves), so I can't complain about that.
Sleeping has it's moments, I find that sleeping on the couch is better then in my bed so far. I find that if I prop myself up with a few pillows against the arm of the couch it helps support my upper body and with the back of the couch it keeps me in place. I'm thinking about trying my bed again tonight and I'm going to use a body pillow to see if that helps.
I have my 2 week follow up appointment with the Doc on Wednesday, will ask her the amount she had taken out. I didn't have a chance to speak to her yet to get any details of the surgery. Will post pictures when the steristrips are taken off on Wed.
Take care of yourselves ladies.

I'm on day 15 now and life is back to normal for...

I'm on day 15 now and life is back to normal for me. I'm back to work, and I maybe able to do the house work, but I have been thinking I might still MILK, that ... "But I can't do the house work" to my daughters for a bit longer, I figure why not I gave them life .

I had my 2 week post op appointment the other day. My steritapes were removed and she said that everything is healing just nicely. A little bruising and swelling only on the right side where the drain was , some nipple sensation, incisions are dry/good colour and they are softening up into a normal shape.

I asked if I could do any light physical activities (such as a stationary bike (at a slow pace), yoga & pilates) before the restricted period of 5 weeks and she said yes... as soon as I feel pain I should stop... fair enough. I was real glad to hear that because I'm starting to feel pretty blobby here and summer is just around the corner. Before this I would run between 4-5 times a week and being off for these 2 weeks is killing me.

By Day 9, I switched over from sleeping on the couch to my bed which was a pleasant surprise that I did very well there and I even managed to sleep on my side for the first time. I'm only able to sleep on my left because my right is still tender and a little swollen from where the drain use to be. Needless to say sleeping is a much better experience now that I have at least 2 positions to work with now.

Take care of yourselves, ladies.

Oh by the way I forgot to include the total amount...

Oh by the way I forgot to include the total amount removed, just got that the other day when I saw my PS : Left breast @ 458g
Right breast @ 418g

Well I hit day 23, and I feel great. Pretty much...

Well I hit day 23, and I feel great. Pretty much all reminders that I surgery 23 days ago are gone. At least the physical signs are gone for the most part but the visual signs are still there like the scars. I have all range of motion without feeling pain or even that stinging/tightness you feel when reaching out to far. This week I have also been sleeping on both of my sides.. what a relief that is.

My incisions are now completely closed and all my stitches are dissolved. I also started to massage my incisions with Scar Zone 3 times daily (morning, late afternoon & evening) for about 5-10 mins. My husband has graciously offered his services to do the evening application ... ..bless his heart.
But seriously he has been so supportive and a big help during this whole process from the beginning to not quite the end. He loves how they look and loves to see how happy and sexy they make me feel. I absolutely love them and I couldn't be any happier.

Well, this week I got back to the gym 3 times, it was nice to get active again. Since I would normally run but can't for another 2 weeks, I decided that the stationary bike would be the next best thing. I thought this would be a good cardio workout without the bouncing and jarring. (was okayed by my doc) I felt pretty good.. nothing hurt, and I even broke out in a sweat. Hooray..life is back to normal again.

5 1/2 Weeks: Going back to Nov/2011... (hopefully...

5 1/2 Weeks:
Going back to Nov/2011... (hopefully I can make this quick for you all) as previously written waa..ay at the top of my review I had a scare going back to Nov/ 2011 when a Fibroadenama (benign mass about 1 cm long) was discovered in my left breast. During that time my Oncologist Surgeon recommended that we would just keep an eye on it and had an ultrasound booked in 6 months ( May 10 2012) to see how it was doing. If it remains the same size and it doesn't bother me that we would leave it alone but if it was to grow too large and started to cause any discomfort to me then the mass would have to be removed.

May 10, 2012 - I went to the same hospital that my BR procedure was done at to have my follow up ultrasound. I had told the technician that I had a breast reduction just 5 weeks ago at this very hospital just because I knew she would be wondering about seeing the scars. As I joke I told her that I was hoping during the BR that maybe the mass was removed. ( the mass was located , say if you were looking down at your breast and the top was 12:00 and going clockwise it would be located at the 2:00 mark - by the arm pit) By it's location I wasn't sure if the PS would go that far to the side to remove tissue. To make a long story short she couldn't find it during the ultrasound then remembering that the operation was done at the same hospital, she then referred back to the pathology report from the BR to see that it was indeed REMOVED. How great is that? I go in for a breast reduction and I come out with a lump free (more importantly cancer free !!! ), smaller, perkier, new and improved breasts!

All and all everything is back to normal no tenderness at ALL with any presssure applied to my breasts, no swelling, all that is left from the procedure is the scars, their appearance are now more flatten out with a slight redness, we are still (husband and I) are still applying Scarzone daily.

The past few weeks I have ramped up my workout at the gym to the Elliptical machine and stairmaster/climber, the workouts are more intense then the stationary bike with a bit more bounce, it's all baby steps with the end goal of running next week! Oh.. and I even got on the weights but again just working on the legs maybe next week I can start on the arms and abs again. I'm super excited about running with my new breast size. How liberating and free it will feel!

For my Mother's Day gift my husband and daughters took me out for lunch today and as a yearly tradition I have my picture taken with my girls in celebration. This was the first time I have seen myself in full with my new figure and was shocked to see how slimming and youthful I looked without the Granny boobies hanging there off of me. Now.. I can't think of greater Mother's Day gift to myself then that.

Wishing all the Moms .... a Happy Mother's Day!!

Six weeks: Hooray, I finally ran this week! On...

Six weeks: Hooray, I finally ran this week! On Monday I said to myself this is it,..my new boobs deserve a proper supporting sports bra, damn it! Now you have to understand in the past I would use old bras and doubled them up for extra support, I guess I didn't want to spend a small fortune on a speciality sports bra because I could never find them in my size or with the support I needed in regular department stores. I live by a bra shop that carries these beautiful European bras and sports bras in all shapes and sizes so I was sure to find the most supportive bra on the market. My goal is defy the effects of gravity as much as possible and one thing I can control is the amount of bouncing around my breast will do while running. My breasts are finally perky and I want to keep them that way as long as humanly possible. This sports bra is not pretty to look at but it certainly keeps them in place.

I ran 7k, 3 times this week and it felt great. Now you maybe wondering if I truly "ran like the wind" as stated in my Title review well maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration but I certainly had a spring in my stride. I ran with such ease, I totally surprised myself, I guess I wasn't sure how I would feel especially after a 5 week break. The problem with taking breaks is sometimes you have to start all over again to get back to your maintained pace/time/distance or your never ending goal to get even faster and further. Some runs you totally feel like you're running like the wind but then there are some runs you feel like you're running through peanut butter. I did feel a difference that's for sure so much lighter and freer … about a 2 ½ pounds lighter and freer! ... so liberating :o)

I haven't gone officially bra shop just yet, I want to lose a bit of weight first. During this healing period I gained a bit of weight :( and just in time for summer to make matters worse ;o( … Bummer. I did get a Bali bra (36D) with a flexible underwire, which is so comfortable. I'm probably a 36 D but I would like to get back to my normal weight first before I can say for sure. Don't get me wrong I'm totally okay with a D cup but I just want to be sure first before I go out to buy some bras. I want to go back to that shop I mentioned earlier for some cute lacy ones, they are kind of pricey but they are so beautiful. I like the fact that the owner measures you and makes sure that you are getting the right fitting bra. (this woman knows her boobs)

I would like to mention and this is out loud that, it is official my back and shoulders don't hurt anymore. I never wanted to make that statement just in case it was just a fluke but enough time has pasted to say so. I'm so happy for that.

71/2 weeks: Last week I had my 6 ½ week post op....

71/2 weeks:
Last week I had my 6 ½ week post op. appointment. I'm doing really well but my only concern is my right side nipple. By about the 3rd week I noticed that it was inverted (being pulled inward about 80% of the time) I wasn't too concerned at the time because it was early on in my healing and it was all ready the slowest of the 2 in the healing process . I have noticed now over time that it's only inverted about only 25% of the time.
I mentioned this to my PS and she said it maybe the ligaments in the breast that attach to the nipple and areola have tension on them causing them to form in a new pattern therefore pulling the nipple inwards. It could also be some hardening of some part of the breast tissue which changes the structure of the ligaments therefore pulling the nipple inwards.
She said it probably will resolve itself over time, she said to give it about 8 months and if it doesn't resolve itself by then, then an in office procedure would be done to correct this. A small incision is made at the bottom of the areola then it's lower a bit to allow the nipple space to stay at the erect position.
I'm not overly concerned right now because I am seeing that It is more erect then inverted but I would be a lot happier if it was more like the left. Well, I guess only time will tell … fingers crossed. Has any one every experienced this? Or know anything about this?

Still very thrilled and happy with my results and I have no regrets. I have taken pictures of a braless me, no more boobs at my waist,… how about that!
Take care of yourself ladies.

81/2 weeks The other day my husband came with me...

81/2 weeks
The other day my husband came with me to the gym, he on the stationary and me on the treadmill. After our workout he had commented how differently I'm running now. I know I feel different since my BR but I had no idea that other people could see that I was carrying myself differently too. He said that my running has a more fluid, relaxed movement to my upper body. He went on to explain that I would run like I was holding myself back as too minimize bounce, and he also said that I would tend to lean forward ..I would say that was too counterbalance myself because I was so top heavy.
Who knew that my running would change so much? .. just by changing one thing about myself...that's so crazy??!!
It's incredible how our bodies are designed to compensate for weight that is there... or that isn't there without us even being aware of it until there is a change to it.

So anyone who is reading this who is on the fence.... has doubts.... fears.. about having a breast reduction then I would say to you that only good things can come of it and I'm living proof of it. It will not only change you physically but it will also change how you feel about yourself. Can you imagine how thrilling and rewarding it would be if you were to take up running for the first time, or any kind of physical activity you enjoy because you are finally free of all that weight you've been carrying around all your life.

I wish you all the best for those who are healing.. and for those who are still waiting for their turn... and most of all those who are still on the fence. :o)

Ooops I left out a word husband was on a...

Ooops I left out a word husband was on a stationary "bike" So, sorry I did proof read my review before I hit SUMMIT.

3 1/2 months: It has been sometime since my last...

3 1/2 months:
It has been sometime since my last update but I have been keeping up with everyone's updates and it looks like everyone is doing great. So good for you all! :O)

I have a update on my right side nipple erect/inverted situation, well I found that if I made a point of flattening out my nipple inside the bra (I think it was getting smushed inside the bra) and I stopped wearing my bra 24/7 to give the skin time to relax.... Well to my relief over time it worked itself out... thank goodness.

I'm so happy I did this... I feel great .... I love them. :))))

And..... TADAH...I finally updated my photos.
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Yay, Rosie! You look great. So glad you got your nipple problem worked out. How is life in the fast lane now that you aren't packing so much wind resistance?
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Hi Iowa, Long time no write... So sorry I haven't written to you lately. I'm on vacation sailing the northern waters of Ontario. I'm on my cell phone and service is between 2-3 bars so I'll try to type quickly.

Weather is beautiful.. Sunny, temp is 30•c (28•f) ..hoping it stays this way.. Not looking forward to any bad weather ... I don't like being tossed around.. just a little unnerving when that happens.

The scenery is beautiful lots of rocks/trees ... Many small islands with cottages I would die to own... boy I need to win our lottery here in Ontario.... I think it's about 20 million this week.

I hope all is well with you and your family.
So how is your summer? Getting out in some HOT.... spaghetti strap number?? :))))) ...... I certainly hope so.

Take care of yourself. :o)
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Doing great here, Rosie! Sounds like you are having a wonderful summer! What do you think of lying around in a sexy bikini? Sailing sounds like a little slice of heaven. That is something I've never done!

Summer has been excruciatingly hot here. A month of near 100 or higher and no rain. We are desperate for water around here. Thank goodness our farm no longer survives on a well!

I actually had bought a sundress not too long ago, and guess what...it was too big in the bust, so that has to go back and will definitely have to try one on the next time!

Hope you have an uneventful trip! So great to hear from you!

XXOO

 
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Hello! Funny about the sundress.. I guess we are so programmed to think BIG BOOBS that it's hard to think otherwise. It's certainly nice to from big to smaller for a change. :)))

We use to have a camper but sold that for a sail boat (sleeps 4 but more comfortable with just 2). My husband is the sailor... we just follow his commands. So when he calls out ...furl the jib.. or coming about...we ask what colour rope should we be pulling on?...is it the green one or is it the blue and white one??

We also haven't seen much rain around here either. Hopefully we all see rain soon. Our farmers are suffering here too this summer. Do you have a big farm?
What do you farm?

Well.. I better go it's lunch time and being the head chef on our vessel... duty calls. See ya...or should I say...write to ya.

Take care ... OX.
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Our farm isn't huge. We have a 150+ acre farm of which 140 acres are farmed. We grow corn and soybeans here. We have a few livestock, animals but that is more for hobby and to stock our freezer. This will be a difficult year for the farmers, however the last several have produced bumper crops and I believe this is the cycle of things. And you should always be prepared for such an instance.

How long will you be on the high seas?
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Thanks a lot for sharing your story! I am scheduled for the surgery next month and my nerves are up and down especially with the date drawing near but your story gives me so much comfort although, I know that every ones story is and will be different!!! Thanks a lot and congrats with your health! I am a size 36H and due to stress I am now 205 lbs but I am usually 180 lbs so back pain has become a part of me and I am hoping that I am finally able to get some relief soon!!
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Oh man Rosie. Look at the difference between these newest photos are your previous ones! Amazing...the fluffing! They look like God-given, perfect boobs! Your scars are all but gone too. I've become even more conscious on my load when running...just because I know it's being reduced! The PS even WARNED me that my center of balance might change and I should be careful when I first return to running. HA! That'd be a bitch! You mean, I might be able to run more upright?! Must admit though, I'm worried about being "down" for that long. Really worried. I NEED to run for stress and just general mental health. But, hey...it'll end.

So glad you're doing so well. Thanks for the new photos; something to aspire to once again!
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Rosie, you look GREAT!! I can imagine just how thrilled you are to wear tank tops like the ones you're wearing in your pictures! At this moment, I am waiting for a surgery date, probably in the second half of August! I'm excited but a little apprehensive also. Congrats to you and your doctor on a job well done!!
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Thanks a lot Jacquie, so sorry it took me so long to write I'm on vacation and communications is a little slow for me right now, being on my cell phone. I see you got a date for your BR .... finally.... Good for you!!... what a rollercoaster ride you have been on for the past little while. I'm so happy for you that it all worked out in the end. I have to say that some women would have given up but it seemed that every time you came to a brick wall it seemed to make you fight even harder... good for you!

Now that your date is set, time will pass quickly... you'll see.
Take care. :))))
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Hi Rosie, and thanks for the kind words. I went into this journey knowing that I would have this BR one way or the other; it's just frustrating to me that there are plenty of women here that don't look half as big as I am and had their IC paying for their BR. Oh well... Hey, your summer sounds fantastic! I would love to be sailing around anywhere! The best my DH and I can do is going to the shore for a week. Heck, we don't even have to leave the state! Anyhow, yes, this summer is already flying by, so it will be September before I know it, but I'm ready! Enjoy your summer!
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Yes, I will enjoy it because in Canada it's much to short for my liking and you should enjoy your summer also and even more so now that soon you will be in the sisterhood of the prettiest little boobies ever!
Have a great summer! :))))
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p.s., you didn't have side lipo, did you?
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No, I didn't.
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I replied on your review but not sure if you will see it. I'm not sure if you know but OHIP doesn't cover Lipo but I'm sure your PS would have told you, right? :o(
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You're right...didn't see it, so thank you! And yes, that will be the most painful $2,500.00 I've ever spent :). And yes, he did mention it.....and I was also aware, but truly appreciate the heads up. (For that amount, he should be sucking fat out of a few more key areas.....)
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May I ask what are the benefits to lipo verse no lipo? I never asked my PS this question. Maybe I was missing out on something?
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No, you missed nothing. We've already established that you are now the owner if perfect boobs!

The Lipo is necessary (aesthetically) in my case because as the PS so charmingly put it, "the girth" of my boobs. A big footprint, as it were. So while he can reduce them to a great degree through surgery, the Lipo will help shape the final outcome. Otherwise, because my boobs are so GIRTHY (yuck/blick/ugh) I'd have some unwanted real estate under my arms.
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Rosie: Was just told yesterday that I can probably safely expect a D but no smaller; roughly 500g from each breast. Just came back to your photos, because now I'm revisiting all "after" photos. Gotta tell you....if I can look even CLOSE to what you look like in that tank, I'll be a very happy camper! Do you find yourself still D'ish? or do you feel as though you still may go down a cup size? Either way, you look textbook PERFECT!
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Hello Piggle,
It pretty much looks like I'm a D but I was already expecting that according to what my PS.
I'm working on lossing some weight gained during the healing period but I'm not sure if that will effect my bra size once the weight is off (being not a major weight loss). We will see in a month or so. Being a D won't kill me in fact I was hoping for a very full C to a small D. It's funny I have been looking at the Breast Implant side of this site just out of curiosity sake and for the ones that I have read end up deciding on a D cup size..... go figure... so they are going for a size that some of us dread????
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That damned grass....always greener elsewhere! But Rosie...if you're a D, I'm a happy camper! As you already know, I suffer from extreme boob envy and you and Kate are in my top 5, so if you're what a D can look like, BRING IT!
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Thanks , you're so good for my ego. Just keep it coming ... I'll tell when to stop. :D
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congrats on ur new boobies!!! you look amazing and I can't wait to have mine done
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Hello Barbados,
Thank you, soon you will have the cutiest little boobies you ever saw too!! ;o) You are scheduled for June 29th, right?
Take care of yourself.
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