After reading most all the reviews, I feel I have to share my experience. A few days before the surgery I started being scared and I thought in canceling the surgery. Most of the reviews said you will need 2-3 weeks without working and I couldn't afford that. Also I couldn't quit smoking until four days before the surgery. The office people wasn't communication with me either. I was very dissapointed but i let them know when I went for my surgery.
I had the surgery Thursday January 18th. I decided to have the surgery because the asymmetry in my breast (one a large D, the other a C). The procedure took three hours and when, I wake up I didn't have any pain. I came home and as soon as I arrived I have my friends over. We talked and talked and I didn't rest. That night was bad because I wasn't used to sleep on my back. I took a pain pill that night and one more Friday night. That's it. I wasn't sore AT ALL. Not even a bruise, just in my hand ftom the IV. I was able to go to the bathroom and move around the same day.
I stayed home Saturday and Sunday. I was so bored that I left the house on Monday. It was uncomfortable to drive with a people. Also I called the office to have an appointment to check the scars. The doctor saw me and he apologized for the lack of communication. The nurses apologized too and the treatment was completely different. I supposed to take Tuesday off but I decided to go half day to work. I ended staying all day long. Today it's Wednesday and I am 100% ready. I teach so it's not a hard work but I got new students today and I stayed all day on my feet. My scars look very good, no problem at all. I still have problems to take a shower but nothing else.
If I knew it was this easy I would do it long time ago. I feel good and very happy with myself already. I supposed to be a 38B but I won't know until they heal. If you think in doing this surgery, don't focus in the recovery time. It's how you heal. I was able to go back to work 4 days later and I am not a person who eats very health or goes every day to the gym. I guess I heal well.