Firstly, I'm about 5'3 ft tall and 53kg.
I found out about PPSI (previously known as PIAC) through another review on here. I loved her results and found many good reviews about the surgeon, Dr Veerawat.
Rather than going through an agency, I booked my consultation directly with PPSI. That way I was able to request my surgeon. The whole team there are so lovely and patient. They responded to my emails very promptly and I felt so incredibly safe about going overseas to get my procedure done.
Once we landed in Phuket, they have a taxi waiting for you to take you to the hotel which was great! All ground travel was sorted so that was once less thing to worry about and pay for.
Getting to the hospital, i knew what I wanted already. Teardrop shape and 300- 375cc range, under the muscle, inframmary incision. The doc was so nice. We looked through many pictures together and he explained everything to me to make sure I knew the pros and cons of each type in relation to my body measurements and desired look.
The surgery happened the same day and I didn't get nervous at all. I just woke up in a lot of pain!! Moving was so sore. They had to shift me from one bed to the other and it was excruciating. Waking up after the surgery was definitely the most painful. You don't realise how much your upper body muscles are actually working when simply moving just the slightest. So stayed the night there and nurses would come if you needed at a press of a button. They would regularly check my temp and blood pressure, feed me water and everything. They were all so nice!
The next day I didn't think I was going to be able to go back to hotel be aide it was still painful. I don't think the morphine worked on me or something. but once I got used to standing up and walking to bathroom etc it was fine. Back at the hotel i showered by myself and did everything normally. I was afraid the 3rd and 4th days would be worse as some have said, but I was up and about. Went to markets etc. The only thing would be standing and walking for too long, you can feel your Breast swell up and sometimes even make you feel a little faint. But sitting down and drinking water helps!
This is my first review on anything so not sure what else to say. If you have questions, just let me know.