BA to Lift -Houston, TX
- updated 9 months ago
It's funny that I'm reading all these reviews and...
- 2 Mar 2013
It's funny that I'm reading all these reviews and doing research now, 3 months after my surgery. I didn't do much research on it, because I was initially just getting lipo. I've always wanted a tummy tuck, but 2 doctors said I was not a candidate as I didn't really have saggy skin (I guess that's a good thing), but I did have a protudent belly. So we decided on lipo. Then my PS asked me if I had any other problems and I said, well my breasts are a little saggy. So he suggested a small BA to lift my breasts.
I went with a 330 cc saline under the muscle. He said he prefers saline over silicone as he can make a smaller incision and fill the implant once it's inside. Also, if it ever leaks, my body can absorb saline and it's not harmful to me. My incision was under the breasts at the crease. At first the scar was a little lumpy, but now it's smooth. I did have once breast that was higher and more sensitive, but with the massages it is now better. I do feel that my breasts are more to the side and I don't have as much cleavage as I would like, but my PS said that my breasts are naturally like that. That is true, but I was hoping for my cleavage. Maybe I should have gone bigger to get more cleavage. I went from a 38B to a 38C.
Last week I went back to my doctor because I had...
- 9 Mar 2013
Recommended by a friend.