Member since 9/5/2012


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Phoenix Reborn - Santa Cruz, CA

I gained 100 lbs in about 3 months due to medication I had to take when I was 18. I have lost the weight since (I'm 31) but I lived through my 20's with my stomach covered in stretch marks and my boobs sad and saggy like wrinkly bread dough hanging off my chest. Finally I've lost more weight and my mom has offered to pay for me to get a mommy makeover. I feel like it's depressing because... READ MORE

Discussions started by missfantastic

Non-Moms 20/30s - haven't had kids yet but might later?

Hi,   I'm 31, lost a lot of weight, want to get everything tightened up (mommy makeover) but i'm single and don't have kids.  however, I might want kids sometime in... READ MORE

Recent comments from missfantastic

The doctor I spoke with charges $500 per area for each appointment. He recommends 4 appointments total. So it could get pretty expensive. Did everything cost $500 total? What a deal! I would love to get my stomach, arms, and... READ COMMENT

I'm not sure. Mine might be covered by insurance because I gained the weight due to medication. I have to figure out about who will look after me when I am all dopey and recovering. My mom said that she would, but i'm not completely... READ COMMENT

It's more the embarassment of folds of loose skin showing if my shirt lifts up... i went to a consultation... now i have to figure out if insurance will pay for it... and figure out what i'm going to do about recovery period. i'm not... READ COMMENT

When i first started reading your review i thought your core was off AFTER the surgery but now i realize it is due to pregnancy. i hope the surgery helps! (i think they can tighten it up...) I am also a dancer, I do lots of salsa... READ COMMENT

I'm not a mom but I too have lost 100 lbs (which i gained very rapidly due to medication, and thus have lots of stretch marks causing wrinkly skin) I'm worried about getting the breast lift (breasts are so wrinkly and saggy... it's... READ COMMENT