I know the first few days are the hardest and that I will most likely have to stay in a recovery home or a hotel and hire a nurse (tips, advice, cost?) I am 5'2" and 115 lbs. doctor can put 500 - 700cc's in each side so the result won't be TOO dramatic. After recovery I plan on saying that I've been working out a lot and blaming a new birth control for the growth. I am mostly concerned about hiding from my boyfriend and roommate during recovery. Is this realistic? how long will I have to hide?
You should not hide your surgery, it is important to have support and help from friends and family through the recovery of the surgery. You should not be ashamed of getting this surgery, there is nothing wrong with having a surgery that can help you improving your self confidence.
After your surgery you will need to recover for
a few days. In this period of
time you need assistance but after that
period of time you can be mobile and use loose clothing that can help to be
more discrete after surgery.
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