Just had my 3 rd ba on 4/25/12 and I told the dr I wanted to be a dd from a small d. Well I am going on two weeks post op and I am still able to wear my old bra and not too mention no ONE single person knew I had this done. I went from 425 cc to 540cc . The dr said 600 was too much and were folding during surgery so I am wondering why he did not try 575 or even 580. I want him to add the difference now and don't feel I should be charged for this.... What to????
Can't Notice Any Change After my Third BA. What Should I Do?
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Breast Enhancement Surgery
Not big enough
Can't Notice Any Change Aftr Third B. Aug. What Shld I Do?Answr:
If you still feel you are not big enough then 40cc (580cc) more would not have made a difference...You would have needed over 600 and your surgeon said that it simply would not have fit and must have felt it would lead to more complications...
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