Beginning of the Journey

To start with: I'm 42, 166cm-54 kg. Breast size...

To start with: I'm 42, 166cm-54 kg.
Breast size 75A. I never had bug breasts but with age and as I put on some kg, my breasted went to full B or small C

Well, all of that has gone last year after weight loss and dropping dress sizes and I am back to A size again. My aim is full B-small C and they should look as natural as possible


I wanted to get BA done for quite a long time, but it was only last summer when a wife of my friend confessed to me that her die-for "girls" we're the result of a surgery. That has changed everything. No, I still have concerns about complications and side effects, but i know that I want to have it done.

And I am so fortunate to find this site-to get so much information, real life experience and community support-what more I couldn't want!

At the moment I am researching for a surgeon. I have had 1cinsuktation so far, and we agreed that I would go for 230-260 gummy bear, probably polytech. But the shape is the question-my PS suggests anatomical as in his opinion I do not have enough Breasr tissue to "hide" the upper edge of round implants and hence they might look artificial, which is the opposite to a natural look I want.

I was not very happy with consultation though:he only had Polytech implants, and tye did not have 3D imaging, so I simply put different size of implants in my bra and tried to imagine what it would be like to have this it that size.

So at present not sure about the size or the shape. Will continue searching and building up savings for the surgery.

Final consultation scheduled and the procedure is booked.

It's been a while since my last post and I just wanted to give you a brief update: I have booked a consultation for the end of February ( the closest date the clinic I have in mind had available when I contacted them 2weeks ago! ) and already have paid a deposit for my surgery ( procedure is scheduled for 9th March) . I would rather had it sooner, but no chance:). I also booked week of annual leave and then will work from home for a couple of days, so 12 days in total not being in the office.
I will add more details once I had the consultation , pre-op and finally decided to g ahead with the clinic.
Right now I am doing work-outs every day to get into better shape before the surgery.
One question I have -the clinic I have chosen is based abroad, the flight there takes 2 hours . Would I be able to fly back home the following day after the procedure? My husband would accompany me so no weight carrying:). But anyway, is it even feasible? or should I better book hotel for a couple of days and then to fly back?

I have cancelled my procedure

Yes, after all these months of searching for the information, mental preparation , finding PS , saving for the procedure, planning consultation and procedure abroad I have cancelled it a week prior to the surgery. it was during the consultation when I understood that I am simple not comfortable with the idea of the implants being put in me. And thereafter, thinking of the forthcoming surgery, I felt nothing but fear and the a huge relief once I have cancelled it.
So I am putting everything on hold until/ if I feel differently .
I am ever so grateful for all the information I have found on this site.
I wish everyone great results and satisfaction with the procedure.
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