A Great Mommy Makeover for a 30 Year Old Phoenix Mommy of 2. - Phoenix, AZ

I am a 30 year old mom of 2 children that I...

I am a 30 year old mom of 2 children that I breastfed. With each pregnancy I had gained close to 50 lbs. With a combination of breastfeeding, diet, and exercise, I had lost more than all of the baby weight. Unfortunately, I lost the volume in my breast too. I went from a DD cup size down to a B cup (with some asymmetry). I also gained a flat tire of extra skin, fat and split muscles around my midsection that I could not get rid of no matter how much exercising I did. Thankfully, a friend of mine had recommended Dr. G. Robert Meger to help. 6 weeks ago he preformed a breast augmentation (500 cc in the right and 600 cc in the left), a full tummy tuck and liposuction on my flanks. I am incredibly happy with the results. My breast are large and my tummy is flat again. I am also very impressed with the minimal scarring. I love being able to fit back into my clothes. I am also looking forward to never having to experience those awkward moments when someone mistakenly asks me if I am pregnant.
Phoenix Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Meger did an incredible job. He listened to my concerns and answered all of my questions. In general, he and his staff were very professional and I would highly recommend him to someone else like my friend did for me.

5 out of 5 stars Overall rating
5 out of 5 stars Doctor's bedside manner
5 out of 5 stars Answered my questions
5 out of 5 stars After care follow-up
5 out of 5 stars Time spent with me
5 out of 5 stars Phone or email responsiveness
5 out of 5 stars Staff professionalism & courtesy
5 out of 5 stars Payment process
5 out of 5 stars Wait times
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It sounds like you'll be having a fun summer! :) Thanks so much for sharing on RealSelf. What would you say was the toughest part of your recovery?
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For me, besides the obvious pain, I have found 3 things to be difficult. First, not being able to stand up straight for a long period of time is surprisingly annoying and hard on the back. Secondly, I have also found it difficult to give myself permission to rest for several hours during the day. I learned a lot about my personality to want to fill every minute of my day with productivity. Thankfully, I have learned to turn it down a notch and I am looking forward to trying to keep a slower pace. Lastly, it has been hard not being able to pick up my too toddlers. I guess one doesn't realize how much they do something until they aren't able to. All-in-all, I am glad I had the opportunity to have the surgery. With each passing week, it slowly became easier. Thanks for asking.
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Good for you! My mommy makeover is Sept 4! Can't wait to feel normal again! After recovery of course :)
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I am excited for you! You'll be so happy you did it. Try to be patient with yourself and the recovery process in general. If you can have a good support system at home to help you during it, it will make all of the difference. Good luck. :)
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