Nancy Anne

Location: Bloomington, IN
Member since 3/7/2009


  • 75 total posts
  • 1 review
  • 3 questions

Reviews & Stories

Extremely Painful Recovery but Totally Worth It! - Denton,TX

I had a breast lift and augmentation done 4 weeks ago today and am really happy with the results! I made sure I trusted my surgeon and did everything he said to prepare for and recover from the surgery. It was painful- I won't pretend for a minute this was easy, but I'm already telling that my profile is so much improved it's more than worth it, when you have a good surgeon... READ MORE

Questions from Nancy Anne

Shorter Tummy Tuck Recovery Time Due to Fitness Level?

I'm a 42-year old personal trainer who lifts weights heavily and on a regular basis. I've given birth to and nursed four wonderful children- the youngest of which is now 12. I... READ MORE

Does a Suntan Affect Healing?

I am noticing on after photos of breast procedure patients that they have new and very pronounced tan lines. My understanding is that sun exposure can have adverse affects on... READ MORE

How to Best Prepare for Surgery?

I have a "mommy makeover" scheduled in about a month. I already eat a very balanced diet, take vitamin supplements, and exercise regularly. Is there anything else I need to do... READ MORE

Recent comments from Nancy Anne

Mine are big, too, and saline. When I had a contracture it hurt and felt tight. Since the revision they are pain-free and do not feel heavy. I think if you simply had the contracture fixed and new implants put in, even if they are... READ COMMENT

I've been following your journey. You were a pretty girl before. You are a stunning girl now. I see why you got the rhinoplasty, and, quite frankly, you have the results that most people hope for but never get. I don't think your... READ COMMENT

I know your results aren't what you wanted with this revision, but I actually think it looks improved. We all are asymmetrical in some way, so to me you look perfectly fine and normal, which I think is what you were after. Yes? READ COMMENT

Like the other posters have said, it's just swelling that I've heard can take up to a year to go down entirely. You're going to be so happy you got it done in a couple of months! In the meantime, learn to countour the sides of your... READ COMMENT

I wish I could "like" this post. I feel bad for the gal who posted seeing it, although I am sure that wasn't the intent of the poster. READ COMMENT