Love the way my new breast look but should I have gone for a smaller size! People are making me sooo insecure about my size
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Your size and your great result
Thank you for your question.It's very obvious by the way you began your question, that you are very happy. Please don't let anyone rain on your parade! When I first sit down with a patient, I do my best to get a feel for who the procedure is for. It may seem obvious that it's for the person speaking in the consult, but it becomes clear if the patient is only going through with the procedure due to a husband or other family member pressuring them. This could be true after surgery as well. You made the decision to have your procedure done for you and it's wonderful you are so pleased. Don't listen to other people's comments- have confidence in your new look! Best of luck in your recovery.
It was your call then and it is your call now.
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Recovery is a process
You seem to be experiencing the typical recovery concerns of many patients. It will take at least six months for your new body image to settle in and you will experience a bit of an emotional rollercoaster especially in the first few weeks after surgery. Hang in there and please keep us updated on your progress.
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