Mostly pros, I'm pleased with the results so far. Only cons that come to mind are that it was so stressful to get through the first 2 weeks when I really felt worried about the appearance (it looked like I had Klondike bars up to my collar bones... so high and square). I had been warned that I would feel they were too high and too hard, but it is one thing to know it, another to live it. Choosing outfits was difficult as well and I felt like I should probably do the public a favor and just stay hidden... not a good feeling. I always wished for larger breasts though, and after breastfeeding two children it felt like the time was right. Was barely an A, now am a C.
I am 3 weeks post-op with 350cc smooth round mentor silicone implants placed under the muscle. I was fit going in to this and am starting to get back into my workouts now. Though I'm taking it extremely easy with the upper body exercises (no weights, etc.) I am noticing that I can actually move my breasts by flexing my pec muscles...I'd like to know "what I need to know" about internal muscle flexing as it relates to the care and maintenance of my new implants. I'd especially like to know how I can encourage the implants to settle further into their pockets and hold a beautiful slope-ing shape.