CanadianDSC

Member since 10/17/2013

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Reviews by CanadianDSC

Breast Reduction...Toronto, ON

I went from being a skinny kid, maybe 60 pounds in June of grade 4, to a 100 pound D cup in September of grade 5. Needless to say, the transformation was traumatizing to me (although all the boys seemed to like it). Two kids and many years later (I'm 45), my breasts are a DDD (or F I guess its... READ MORE

Questions from CanadianDSC

Breast reduction extra costs?

I recently found out that although the breast reduction will be covered by provincial health insurance, there are extras that won't be (up to $2500!). Obviously I'm in Canada.... READ MORE

Unsightly nipples one week post BBR? (photo) - Updated

I had a BBR one week ago. I was a 38DDD and wanted to get down to a C. I'm disappointed that I'm still a DD. Apparently my breasts are extremely glandular and that's the best... READ MORE

Nipple / Areola complexes following breast reduction (Photo)

I had a breast reduction with lollipop incision on December 2nd. Prior to BBR I was a 36/38DDD with small, sometimes flat nipples, but note that my nipples did become erect... READ MORE

Need a nipple / areola specialist -Toronto area - 5 months post op with inverted nipples. (photos)

I had a lollipop reduction on Dec 2. Prior I was 38DDD with small flat nipples but my nipples could become erect - I had no issues breastfeeding. I am now 36DDD and my nipples... READ MORE

Recent comments from CanadianDSC

My goodness! Your nipples look fantastic! I hope you are thrilled as you have an excellent result!!! Congrats! READ COMMENT

Good luck! And please post your results - there are so few nipple posts that I'm sure it will be very helpful to others. :) READ COMMENT

I am the same size I was after two weeks post op - I haven't changed at all since then. But mist people say they continue to change for a coupe of months - so don't give up hope! Good luck! READ COMMENT

You need this so very badly and will be thrilled afterwards! Don't worry or be scared. The waiting is the hardest part and then you'll just need to take care and take it easy while you recover. Exciting times! Woo hoo! READ COMMENT