45 Year Old and So EXCITED for a Porn Star Lift - Folsom, CA

Hi Everyone, I have so enjoyed following so many...

Hi Everyone, I have so enjoyed following so many of you and am getting so excited to document this journey, a long time in the making. My breast aug with anchor lift surgery is scheduled for June 30. I am already getting anxious and excited at the same time.

I am currently 5'6'' 145 lbs. My measurements are 34-27-37. My breasts, I so lovingly call utters, are a 34 DD, I just want them to be where they are supposed to be.

I make others laugh when I say I almost got the right "utter" caught in my belt. So its time, its been a lot of research over the past few years and have now found my dream plastic surgeon. I will post some before pics with and with out clothes. I am nervous but I am so excited too.

Till next time and my next post

Before Pics

With clothes
With bra
Nude

Pre-op done, starting to get really anxious

So anxious about my up coming BL/BA, decided on 400 cc, under the muscle. My boobs are very saggy, so the lift will be pretty significant. 10 days and can you say nervous.

Wish Pics.....

Years ago I used to competitively body build, so most of my wish pics are beautiful ladies with high boobies and A LOT of upper pole fullness.

What does everyone recommend to have on hand post op???

So I am beyond anxious, its awful. Just 6 days left. Are there any recommendations for items to have on hand, anything that really worked for any of you? Help me to focus on the fun not scary

Before photos, 20 hours left till surgery- say anxiety has set in

So I believe I'm prepared, I'm so nervous, I'm trying to get all my busy housework done, so that I can come home tomorrow to a place that is comfy for recovery.

I have my meds, pillows, neck pillow, back pillow, magazines, books, arnica, smooth move tea, fluids, bagels, fruit, soup, crackers, button up pj's, front zip bra, ginger ale, baby wipes, lotion. Is there items I'm forgetting.

Here are some before pics

Boobies in 7 hours... Pics coming

I need to get sleep, I pray I'm prepared and have all I need. I believe we are going with 415 cc HP silicone ????????????

I've made it to the other side.... Yay Porn Star Lift Boobies

So I ended up with 415 cc HP. I'm doing better in the fact of being more lucid but in the fact of pain, I'm in a lot. I know only temporary but dang I hurt. Just wanted to let everyone know I made it

The first Look of the pretty girls 415cc HP

1st day after surgery. I'm estaxtic. I'm not tired just in a lot of pain. My Dr. Clark is the BEST

Day 3 post op

here we are day 3 post op. I have been taking meds every 4 hours, using alarm to make sure they are taken. Staying ahead of the pain. Yes I am a little out of it but, i do not want to be in so much pain that its out of control. I am swollen and slightly bruised but feeling ok

DAY 10- can't believe how fast the time has gone

At Dr. office, tape removed, stitches will come out in 5 more days. I have been off pain meds since Day 7, yes pain is tolerable. I actually like wearing the bras as I like the support and not feeling so vulnerable. I would say the part where i am most sore is on the bottom of breasts near armpits.
They are significantly more sore in am, I really need to remember to take it easy. I notice when I do a lot of activity I am a lot more sore. I am only day 10 post surgery, I have been cleaning house, vacuuming (both hands) not horrible but need to take it slow. I also notice when reaching high, thats a bit tender. All in all I feel pretty good.

WANTED- AWESOME Bra for support....

I was hoping some of you could help me out. What I am looking for is something that is comfortable that i can wear, front closure, while I am doing some light exercise as walking. I have 3 post op surgical bra's which are a good support, but wondering if something like an Under Armor bra would be better. I want to make sure this babies stay as high and healthy as possible

3 weeks post op pics

Loving the size, lift and well everything. Still quite bruised and hard to sleep on my sides.

Yesterday's Dr. Appt

Dr. Clark and staff are shocked with how well I am healing. They have been surprised all along to see how beautifully I am healing. My next appt is in 3 weeks. Honestly I can't begin to express how happy I am. I do wear a post surgical bra or good sports bra all the time. I feel more protected with one. The bras I wear though DONT smash my boobs, that would cause me too much discomfort. They do support quite well. I am also been given the go ahead to use lotion on my breasts, they are so dry. I'm in love and pray for happy healing for all the ladies out there.

4 weeks exactly today-So happy with my boobies, how I have been recovering

Today is the exact 4 week post op. I am loving the way they look. Scaring is minimal and gets better everyday. Started using some really excellent quality skin lotion as the skin is so dry and flaky. I also have started scar therapy to reduce the appearance even further. I have purchased 3 addition champion sports bras. I do NOT like the type that crosses in the back, gives me headaches, so I purchase the types that are like regular bras, they are also high impact activity, I have invested to much to let anything happen to these babies.

I wanted to let all the ladies know, that this surgery a anchor lift and breast augmentation is a bit rough but not bad. The first 4 days are probably the worst, by day 10 you will really feel like yourself again. Being off meds as well will clear your brain from the fuzziness. I also started walking outdoors, albeit slowly but did about 2-3 miles a day. Not all at once but little by little throughout the day. This will help your confidence as well because being cooped up, swollen, tender and bruised does do a lot to decrease our confidence.
Sleeping on my sides with my arms above my head is easier now, but still can get these tearing feelings on my right side.
I still like to sleep with some ice packs, especially when its warm out.
All in all I hope this helps others who are headed for surgery.

5 weeks and in LOVE

Just an update to show the progress. I'd say I'm pretty much bruise free, I am using scar cream, also I love Palmers Cocoa Butter ointment all over my breasts, it's very hydrating as my skin was so dry. Wear Champion high impact sports bras during the day and my post op bra at night. I love my boobies

7 WEEKS out recovery

Here are the girls at 7 weeks, healing is awesome, I can not believe how the scars look. So very happy with Dr. Christa Clark she ROCKS. Oh and yes I was hiking and decided it was a good place to let the girls out.

September 16, this is 11 weeks post BA/BL

Here is the most recent pics I have taken, wanted to see how they would look in a white tank top. I don't ever go without support. I sleep with the surgical bra at night and during the day its a high impact sport bra. In the next couple weeks I will be able to go to Nordstrom's and get professionally fitted for some real bras. I wonder what size i am. I think I am a bit smaller, but I'm so high and tight I LOVE THEM

UPDATE 13.5 weeks today

Thought I would update as to my 13.5 weeks. They feel great. I was just sitting here thinking I could not believe how fast time has gone. I still have some pretty good pain on the sides when i press hard or if someone hugs me really tight. Scars are great but really i am still in the middle of my recovery.

Just wanted to keep everyone updated

Looking awesome at 6 months

I could not be happier, healing has been great. I did have a couple issues at 4 months, I split a stitch on my right breast and had a hole the size of a pencil eraser. Healed up with Xeroform tape in a few week. I do have quite a bit pain in my right nipple but all looks good.

BRAS PLEASE- WHATS THE BEST ONES

Hi ladies I am going for my 6 month post op next week. I also need to start getting some regular bras. I wear sports bras now 24 hours a day. Where do you recommend getting sized at and which bras do you like. I DO NOT want underwire. I know there has to be excellent non-wire bras out there.
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