Since I was 12 I developed large great (genetic in...
22 Feb 2015
3 months post
Since I was 12 I developed large great (genetic in my family as well), by Jr. High, I was a "D" cup. After children, breast feeding, life long lost and gain of weight and after gastric by pass surgery, my breast were handing past my belly bottom. I was horrified to gather it all up and try to put it all in a bar. My back has been numb for years and I've spent thousands on Chiropractic Care. When I meet with Dr. Fisher and she assured me, built my confidence in myself to have a cosmetic surgery, exactly what to expect and it was an instant trusting relationship I quite frankly have never had with a Doctor. My intuition was spot on with my choices to proceed. I can't articulate with enough words the shear joy, delight, happiness and joy I feel having put my Breast Reduction Surgery in the hands of Dr. Fisher and her staff. From A-Z, everything was perfect and I could not be more thrilled at the future, by the way, completely free of bank pain, beautiful new underwear sets, confidence I've been without for a long, long time. Dr. Fisher is amazing and I would recommend her to anyone for many procedures I've seen results in her office and just my results alone. I have the prettiest breast and the world to know how grateful I am to this ext ordinary human, that is my Doctor, Orna Fisher, M.D. I'm so appreciative and thankful almost beyond words. I'm going back for MORE!
5 months later, I'm thrilled beyond belief! I never had cute boobs, ever.....they were just too large from the very beginning. Not the case anymore, they are wonderful. I wear the cutest little bra's, things fit so much better and I'm so grateful for the outcome.
To answer a few recovery questions
15 Apr 2015
5 months post
Lots of people have asked how was your recovery experience...........I had surgery at 7:00am and woke up around 12:30pm. Surgery took 4+ hours and I did not wake up in pain, I had filled my pain meds (hydrocodone) and my doctor said to take it for at least 2 days. I'm not a pain pill taker for anything so I had a friend stay with me for 2 days, she was a amazing to have around. She gave me jello and drinks and made sure I had water. I wasn't hunger but got a little broth down and sleep most of the entire first day, 2 day I walked around the house, didn't want to take the meds, but doc insisted for at least that day so I napped in a recliner and I have an adjustable bed and that was the key to being propped up. I had wedge pillows under my knees and pillows everywhere. It was like being the queen for 2 days. That was it, didn't take another pain pill and was up the 3rd day, made soup, took a bath, watched movies and cooked dinner. I didn't need help and just wanted to be lazy for a few days as they are very precious to come across for me. I enjoyed the whole first week and "putzed" around without much pain at all, even went out to dinner on day 5 with friends. The tape they use in hospitals blister's my skin so I also have them use Kinesiology strips and its firm, flexible, durable and colorful. That makes all the difference to me. I lifted a bottle of laundry soap in the 2nd week and wished I had not done so, it developed into a small hematoma, check with my doctor, I loved just being able to send a selfie and she said, take it easy energizer bunny. I did drive, grocery shop with help to load, unload but the walking was good. By 3rd week, I was almost normal and just didn't do a lot of lifting or bending over. It was just not awful at all and I was so happy that any little pains were so worth it and I don't even remember "being in pain". I had a great attitude going in, trusted my choice in a doctor, beautiful outcome.