I have been thinking about implants for about 2 years now. I was always a DD cup and small framed. I started losing breast volume after competing in fitness competitions 5 years ago. Running and lifting weights reduced my breasts to a small C cup.
I had a consult in the USA, one here in Ontario, and one through skype in Mexico. The PS in the USA was amazing, but the travel, and after talking with my physician, I could not get a physical/bloodwork done here. In Ontario, we cannot chose our doctors, and mine is difficult. I was then pondering Mexico, where it was half the price, and they do the bloodwork there. However, I was scared if something were to go wrong, I would have to go back.
I ended up chosing here with the one and only PS we have. He is horrible to say the least. I"ve heard he is good at what he does, however, he has absolutely no bedside manner. My first consult was 5 minutes, he did not measure me, he did not tell me what options I had, nothing. The second meeting turned out worse. I asked him to measure me, he did, I asked him where he was placing them, and he told me under the muscle. I then had to ask saline or silicone. He said silicone.
I phoned the office the next day to aske which he ordered. It turns out he ordered textured anatomical. Totally what I DO NOT want in my body.
Ok so third appointment made. He asks what the problem is and I say that why did you choose those for me? He said they are more expensive, and will give you a natural shape. I said well I guess if your putting them upside down they might work, but my breasts are deflated in the upper pole not lower, and the textured might adhere to my skin. He tells me that im not a doctor, but whatever, Im paying for them.
So I'm a little nervous about my surgery. I don't think I am out of line here. I do want to know whats going in my body. I am still not sure on the size but I think they are 339, however he didn't confirm that.
So Im kind of stuck, because, I would love to have gotten my implants from the USA where the PS talked with me for two hours. He was amazing, and went through everything with me. He answered all my questions, and made me feel at ease. If I had gotten them done in the USA, if I needed a second surgery in a couple of years, I would have to pay again, and with travel, can become costly. In my city, if I need a redo in a couple of years, there would be no costs, not even anethetic.
All in all, My surgery is in three weeks, and I"m a little worried about it. Shouldnt I be excited?