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TT Breast Lift with Aug and Lipo of Flanks and Inner/outter Thighs - Manhattan, NY

Hello I'm a 35 yo mommy of 4, with that said iv...

Hello I'm a 35 yo mommy of 4, with that said iv gained and lost give or take 60-70 lbs with each pregnancy . All this left me with an awful pouch and saggy breast my I'm 5"6 and 150lbs hopefully it'll be 10 lbs less by day of surgery . I'm extremely nervous iv had wanted to do this forevs kept just talking about it had consults with 4 diff Drs finally I picked one based on credentials and reviews but I didn't expect to actually go through with it for while , in Mother's Day my bluer supportive husband surprised me and booked my surgery.Reality hasn't really sunken in but it is so soon and I'm already so nervous mainly about recovery , would love to hear what meds most people used and they coped with pain. My current biggest dilemma is breast size ! As per my ps I'm a full C or small D so i ended up picking 375 cc he said that would make me a full d but felt it might be too much from what iv read people
regretted going too small and it's only size up from what I curently am , would love to hear suggestions from anyone regarding sizing and how to pick the right size etc...tnx I'm advance
New York Plastic Surgeon

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Hi there!! My stats were super close to yours. Day of surgery 5'6" about 160. I wore Victoria secrets 34 d but very padded so probably the same. I got 533 cc mid range and honestly not sure my measurement right now but i would guess DD Feel free to look at before and after. :) good luck. I'm about 25 days post op.
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Tnx ye I was wearing the vs padded bras as well with that was exactly like you !for some reason I can't see your pix , midrange means medium profile?
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Yes it's the natrelle style 15. U can't see my pics? Hmmmm if your a member you should have complete access.
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Thanks so much for starting your story on RealSelf!

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