Best Choice Ever! - New Hampshire
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So I know I pretty much sound like a broken record...
- 10 Jun 2012
So I know I pretty much sound like a broken record to all of you, but oh my lanta what a relief it is to find this site. There is so much going through my head about breast reduction that I can’t keep my head on straight.
I’m 20 years old, am 5’5, and about 150. In seventh grade I remember wishing that I wasn’t so flat-chested. Well, someone in the wishing world was listening and in eighth grade I went to a D. By freshman year I was a DD and by senior year I was a DDD (I take the wish back, seventh grade self, I take it back damn it!). Though I too discovered the beauty of European sized bras and I was a 32 FF in those. Though to my dismay, over the past two years I’ve gotten two sizes bigger. I’m currently a 32 GG, and in regular department stores I can squeeze into a DDD if I cross my fingers and ignore the parts that don’t fit very well. What happens when I get pregnant some day and they get even bigger? Or what if they just keep getting bigger regardless?
For years I have been so self-conscious. I’m sure all of you know how it feels, shopping trips that end up in tears, back and neck pain, and emotional distress beyond all reason. In college, one of my roommates told me she doesn’t care if I walk around not wearing around with a bra or not, she forgoes one all of the time. Well, pardon me, but are you kidding? I don’t think so, they can practically touch my toes if I try hard enough.
I’m done my junior year now in college and I’m going to be a senior. For a few years my mom has been urging me to go get a consultation. She’s in the same boat as me and has told me she has regretted not getting one. She’s 52, and I’m already a size bigger than her. I’ve been avoiding it for a while because I’m so young but it’s not like they’re going to go away or get any better. So, I sucked it up and went and had a consultation. The PS had his own private practice. He was nicer than I expected and actually told me that I was an ideal candidate, and not only that but my insurance company might actually cover it! Well hit me with a broom and call me Uncle Harry, that sure as hell wasn’t what I was expecting. Once I was out of the appointment, I also started to hear that with my specific company it will only take about 2 weeks to hear back! Since it’s a private practice, they started talking about how I’d even be able to schedule my surgery at the beginning of August.
So now obviously I’m FLOODED with questions. Am I too young for this? I’ve had a ton of things to think about – two of my aunts have had reductions and they’ve loved them and my mom is going to get one. It’s not like they’re gonna go away any time soon. What if they’re way too small afterwards and I regret getting rid of what I had? What if they don’t come out as great or as perfect as I thought they would, or they look awkward with my body.? I could go on and on. I’ve read so many posts on this website and it’s a comfort to hear what everyone has to say, and it’s also a comfort to know that I’m not alone, but now I have a huge decision to make and I need help.
Also, I'm not sure if I'm posting this correctly so bear with me..
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I had read that this PS was rated the best plastic surgeon many years in a row in NH. I hadn't known anyone personally who had gone to him but I heard through friends of friends that he did a great job. I would very highly recommend him. His bedside manner was excellent. Whenever I had any questions or concerns before and after surgery himself and his staff were excellent. There was never a wait when I went to see him. Overall, I had an excellent experience.