600 cc mod.+ 28 y/o 160lbs
I'm 13 days out from my surgery and my mind is...
28 Yo, No Kids, 5'4" 160- Athletic Build
I've had a small chest my entire life, 34b 15cm bwd. I'm ready now and extremely confident in my surgeon to finally get the breasts I've always wanted to help me feel more feminine and confident. I was back and forth with the sizing but after seeing some of the results virtually I've decided on the 550-600 cc silicon implants. I've talked extensively with my ps about my goals and I trust he'll make the appropriate sizing choices on the day of my surgery. Still feeling nervous, but mostly excited.
I'm a 12 days out from my surgery and getting some jitters. I've always wanted bigger breasts for a more feminine look due to always having had a more athletic build. Most of the jitters are about sizing, I didn't want anything overly large or fake so I was initially very focused on the cc number. But after researching and speaking with my ps I feel more comfortable going with the higher cc due to having a wider chest and a bwd of 15cm. Also, the ps did virtual sizing and it was extremely reassuring. Now I just count down the days!
Getting things prepared
Up and down
Prepping in full affect!
My brilliant contours post-op bra came, I really hope it fits after it's super cute and comfy.
Side note, I'm so glad I picked the ps I did. The dr and his team have answered every question I've thrown at them. They are definitely making me feel comfortable and at ease about the operation. I'm positive I couldn't have picked a better place!
Forgot the after pic
Day 2 post-op
Post-op Day 3
Okay just a bit of advice,
On the plus side, pain in my chest today is much more tolerable than yesterday! I can lift my hands all the way over my head. So ithe healing is going, just a minor roadblock.
5 days post-op
I tried on a bunch of clothes today, it was awesome how much different my profile is and how much better all of my clothes fit!
Almost a week post op
Back to work
I called the ps and they told me it is just nerves and my implants dropping and to keep taking nsaids for relief and the tramadol if necessary. Makes sense I guess but I wish there was something I could do to make this a little more comfortable the flexeril they gave me as a muscle relaxer and the tramadel for pain aren't doing anything. I don't want to be taking narcotics 10 days out but if they'll bring relief I'll do whatever it takes. So now I'm patiently waiting for a call back from the nurse for suggestions.
Two weeks since surgery
Every day I enjoy them more and more, sometimes I find myself forgetting I even had anything done. It's so exciting to have boobs finally after going a lifetime without them. I cannot wait till they settle all the way but even looking at my day one to today's pics I can see lots of change happening!
I'm 23 days post op currently and they're starting to really take a nice shape. The only unpleasant part I'm dealing with is muscle spasms but they've gotten better. I've been told it's due to the size of the implants and it's normal so I'm not stressing about it. Also, my nipples are still pretty sensitive so I'm hoping eventually that will subside.
Last week I went to the store and bought some new bras and I was measured at Victoria secrets at a 34DDD. I bought a few dresses with plunging necklines just to celebrate my new size!
I could not have picked a better surgeon or staff to have gone through this process with. Everyone in this office goes above and beyond to answer all questions and concerns to make sure the entire process is as pleasant and care free as is possible. I knew right from my first consult that Dr.Deluca was the right surgeon to trust in. He is confident in his work but not cocky and has great bedside manners. The nurse, Brianne, is wonderful. She has been patient and very helpful through the process. Every question Or concern I have had before and after the process (and there have been many) have been answered and addressed almost immediately. I recommend Dr.Deluca and his staff highly to all of my friends and anyone in the capitol region considering cosmetic surgery.