skinny giraffe 6ft 125lb

Location: Chicago, IL
Member since 8/20/2013


  • 45 total posts
  • 1 review
  • 3 questions

Reviews by skinny giraffe 6ft 125lb

Getting excited to re-plump these deflated breasts!

51, 6 feet tall, 122 lbs, "ribby" I wear a very padded VS in a 34B, yet there is still some room in there at the top--probably am between an A and B. I work out to stay fit, eat very healthy foods. I lost weight due to that and stress. I am happy with my look except I have to rely on super... READ MORE

Questions from skinny giraffe 6ft 125lb

How Much Time off from Work As a Hospital Nurse Will I Need After Submuscular Breast Augmentation?

I work 12 hour nursing shifts in a hospital and my job includes activities like turning and pulling sedated patients up in their beds using lift sheets, doing CPR, and... READ MORE

If my Goal is to Re-fill Deflated Breasts, I Am 50 and Ribby. Gummy Silicone Under the Muscle? (photo)

Can I Be Too Thin for Implants?! Nursed 3 kids, lost 20 lbs working out. You can see my ribs. I'm 6', 22#, 28" at bra band area, 29.5" above breasts, 31.75" across breasts... READ MORE

Can I re-inflate these floppy breasts with SALINE? Goals: Balance my figure, less flappy, restore fullness, not so far apart.

Originally thinking silicone-now afraid due to the cost of MRI's for ruptures/surgery to repair silicone. What do you think my best saline options are for more volume, less... READ MORE

Recent comments from skinny giraffe 6ft 125lb

So, did you get your surgery? I am scheduled for next month and wondered about yours... READ COMMENT

Hey! I'm Aug 25 too! Good luck to you! READ COMMENT

So devalic13, how did you decide between mod plus and HP? My PS initially said HP and then added or mod plus. I have no cleavage and am skinny and athletic, lost boob volume with working out. Because I'm taller I'm thinking 400 which... READ COMMENT

Thanks. I will think about at least 450 HP. I like to go to the gym many times a week so don't want to get too too big. Also don't have enough tissue to cover much bigger according to my PS. READ COMMENT

Caution: FMLA does not apply for elective procedures. Please research carefully if you need time off of work so you don't get caught by surprise. READ COMMENT