I started at a 32A and am now a 32C. My dream...
I started at a 32A and am now a 32C. My dream size! I've always wanted breasts but I was scared of having the fake look, so I wanted to go with a smaller more natural looking implant. Dr. Antonetti and I decided to go with 250cc on my left larger breast and 275cc on my right smaller breast moderate plus profile. I had never had surgery before so I was absolutely terrified but as soon as I go to the surgery center everyone made me feel so comfortable. I woke up from anesthesia and felt a little pain so the nurse put something in my IV and gave me a Vicodin. I was only nauseous for about 5 minutes when I got up to leave but that went away pretty quickly. The pain wasn't too bad. It was more of an annoyance than anything else and I had set an alarm to take my meds every 4 hours. I was up and walking around the day of surgery and I went on a full day shopping trip 3 days after. It's been 6 days and I'm no longer taking any pain medication. My incisions are tiny!!! I still have the steri strips on them but I saw them at my post op and it's just a little line less than an inch long. He is also going to laser them once it heals. I am soooo happy with the results and they haven't even dropped yet! I will be posting more pictures as the time goes by and they drop.
Apparently my photos didn't post in the original message so here are some of the photos I have so far. I will be posting more as the time goes by so y'all can see how they settle in. So excited!!!
2 weeks post op
Everything has been running smoothly. The swelling has gone down and my implants have settled a bit. The only irritating thing is that my nipples hurt. I never really realized they were there until I could literally feel them rubbing up against my bra. It seems to be getting better though.
6 weeks post op
6 weeks post op now. Every thing is going well pain wise. I'm just a little sore some mornings. I wish they were a little closer together. Even with the bombshell bra they don't touch :/ I'm hoping this will get better with time
11 weeks post op
Everything has healed up nicely. My scars have smoothed out a lot and the girls are getting a little jiggle to them. I'm a little disappointed at the placement. They're so far apart not even a bombshell bra will bring them together. I pictured myself wearing super lowcut dresses and having a little cleavage but when I do that I still look flat chested from the front :/ I think they look nice when I'm naked though! Unfortunately I can't walk around in public like that :P
I hate how I look
I'm so depressed over how bad my body looks. When I first got the implants I was excited and I think the swelling provided a little much needed cleavage, but now I look horrible. My main reason for getting implants was to look better in clothes. I always wanted to wear low cut dresses and shirts and not have to worry about wearing a bra cause I would have some cleavage but this definitely isn't what happened. I tried to stay positive because I figured they would get better with time and if not my doctor would just fix them, but I have massaged them daily for 6 months with no improvement and when I went to go see my doctor today he dismissed my concerns, said they looked fine and left it at that. So I'm pretty much stuck like this until I can save up to go see someone else for a revision. I literally can't stop crying. I went to the mall to try on clothes and I look ridiculous. It's just flat in the middle and they pop out of the sides. The crappy thing about having a refund gap is that you don't actually get a refund. At the time I decided to do this I was working at a job that only paid 9 dollars an hour and I worked so hard to save up for this which makes me even more upset that I look so bad. I look bad in swimsuits, low cut clothing and tank tops. They look okay when I'm naked but I didn't really have much of a problem with how I looked naked to begin with.