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5 Week post-op Update

So the healing is going well. I have my check up next week. No concerns, just excited for the implants to drop into a more normal shape and look. Now that I can wear regular bras, I feel much better about my implants. I have not been cleared for cardio, so I can't attest to how things feel with running. I measure as a DD but look more like a C cup.

Two weeks post-op

So I am 16 days post-op and my implants are still high but everything is progressing normally. I take an occasional dose of ibuprofen but do not have continual pain. I am able to wear normal bras now -that was a huge confidence booster! I am looking forward to the next month when the D & F happens and things start to look more natural.

I never thought of myself as an elective plastic...

I never thought of myself as an elective plastic surgery supporter. I am a nurse and know all the horror stories of surgery and always thought that you should just be happy with your body. Then I had the experience of having [RS bleep]-worthy boobs during pregnancy and breastfeeding 34C/D and really felt disappointed with my body after I stopped nursing and the deflation began. So about a year and a half after I stopped nursing, my skin went back to normal and I had these very sad looking 30A cups. I know that cups aren't a standard measure but I ended up wearing a lot of bralettes in XS because I couldn't fill out the A cups I had worn pre-pregnancy.
After consulting 2 PS, I decided that I would get a BA. I knew I wanted silicone. I ended up getting Mentor 375cc high profile, under the muscle on May 18, 2018. My goal was to have more lower pole fullness, like a natural breast and to end up about a C cup size. Frankly, I am so slender I just wanted to look like a woman again. Another consideration is that I am a runner and didn't want to go too big. I initially wanted 265cc but the longer I thought about it, I didn't want to have buyer's remorse. So I did the rice sizers and wore them for a little while attempting to decide the biggest size I would be comfortable with before deciding with certainty.
Today is 5 days post op, I am only taking Tylenol or ibuprofen 3 times a day. I have toddlers, so my activity level is high and though I spent the weekend resting -I can't realistically do that while caring for the babes.
I am excited for the results but I know that it will take several weeks for me to be fully happy about my decision. I did buy some bras yesterday and it felt good to look at larger sizes, try them on (over my sexy surgical bra) and they 'fit' -as best they could with the implants being so high- 34C.
I am 5' 9", 125 lbs
I also have hypothyriodism. I have difficulty keeping weight on due to my medication. My BMI was 18.1 at pre-op. Ugh. That's the lowest I have been since 8th grade.
As for my husband, he didn't want to influence either way. He was supportive of my decision but felt that it was not necessary for his enjoyment. I am excited to be pain free and use them (wink, wink).

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Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
425 North 21st Street, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
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I chose Dr Foley because he does more breast cancer reconstruction and I felt that he would do a great job with my goal breasts. He was very professional. Always took his time with me, answered all my questions and his staff and the staff at the surgery center had great things to say about him and his work.