Would you consider these procedures if you had no one to help during recovery?
- Los Angeles
- Last updated: 4 years ago
Hello Ladies, Love the forum and the ability to communicate with those who've taken the brave step and undergone the knife! Here's my situation: Jobless with just a few months of savings to rely, but my Dr. thought it might really help if I did upper & lower eyes and dealt with the jowls and neck. I'm a professional and just turned 60. Been out of the workforce for a few years due to taking care of family member, now passed. Now I have no money left, no family, no friends upon which to rely to even ask for help walking my dog. After reading your recovery stories, it sounds a lot more time consuming and the procedures prevents from managing on your own for several weeks. My question is whether I should just go for the best look I can to shave some years with botox & fillers and hope that at some point after I get more financially fit, try to get some time off to get the surgery or bite the bullet now that I have a little time and take the big gamble that I will get a job quickly before I run out of money? It's tough being completely alone. I will have to hire a service just to get to the surgeon's office. What would you do now that you've gone through recovery and know what I will have to face alone? Could you have found a way to prepare in advance and do it without help? Thanks for your consideration. Roxanne60