I had first breast augmentation 3 years ago. It's was always something that I wanted to get done since I was a teenager having small breasts made me feel self conscious about my shape. I have always been curvy but just never had anything up top. I went for a consultation in London when I was 20 and had my date for surgery booked I couldn't believe I was actually booked in. Time went so quickly and before I knew it the op was only 2 weeks away. I didn't feel ready. I don't know why really so I cancelled my surgery.
I then had my first baby a few years later and to be honest my boobs didn't really change too much but I started to feel like I wanted surgery again. I didn't really give it much thought I knew that I'd always wanted it done so I went to a surgeon who was recommended to me. I decided not to have a consultation this time as I'd had two previously and I thought I knew everything I needed to know. How wrong was I. I ended up with huge boobs that I hate and this has effected me on a day to day basis. I took some pictures with me and said I wanted to be a dd, the surgeon recommended 700cc high profile implants so I went along with it.
When I woke up after the surgery I was so unwell I could hardly sit up, I thought this would pass after a few days. I ended up staying at my mums house for 1 week as I needed looking after 24/7 I couldn't even get myself out of bed due to the weight on my chest I needed help to sit up. I was like this for a good 3 weeks or so and I found it hard to stand up straight. The pain was so bad, having had 2 children I can honestly say that was more bearable.
So 3 years down the line nd I'm actually doing something about it. I feel like a big weight has been taken from me after speaking to my husband and telling Kim how unhappy I was. I kept it to myself for this long because I felt bad and thought he would be mad at me. He has been so supportive and I'm so glad he's my husband. Within a week I had an appointment to go and see my surgeon.
I kept telling myself that my breasts were swollen and that they go down, this didn't happen these we're my breasts. I find it hard to exercise due to the weight on my chest and I feel embarrassed that they are so big. They have changed my figure massively before I had a tiny waist hips and a bum and now this seems to have disappeared and all I see is boobs. I find it difficult to buy clothes and always buy bras to minimise my breasts.
I'm looking forward to having my implants removed and want to be my old self again. I can honestly say that that I have been from one end of the scale to the other (I'm now a 36 e/f) and big boobs are not all they are cracked up to be. The pretty bras seem to stop at dd and you just don't have much of a choice.
Roll on 1/3/13!