Member since 6/11/2013


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Reviews & Stories

Reflections of One Week and Beyond

Why didn't I take a picture? The doctor did and it was traumatic enough. I guess I'll get a copy of hers and use it on a future post. I've whined and promised myself a tummy tuck for 10 years, since my youngest son was born. I was 110 pounds when I got pregnant with him; a waif by all standards. No muscle, no figure, just a teeny tiny stick person with a small pooch from my first son. My... READ MORE

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Uneven Hips After Tummy Tuck and Lipo? (photo)

I'm supposed to quit worrying and learn to love my new shape but I can't! My surgeon says don't worry. These wonderful people on this site say don't worry. I still find my... READ MORE

Discussions started by Jiggleless

5 Days Post Op

I think it was worth it?!  I am on one leg (I broke the other) and figured it was the best time to do what I've been yearning to do for 10 years since I'm already stuck... READ MORE

Recent comments from Jiggleless

I just read through your posts. First of all, I felt SO guilty about spending the money, robbing my kids of summer, slacking on housework, etc. and the night before surgery I cried myself to sleep with anxiety about a million different... READ COMMENT

OMG~9 days?! That feels like FOREVER ago to me! You'll be shocked how how far, how fast you'll come along. Keep your computer by you side! I got SOOOO bored and sites like this kept me occupied, being nosey and curious! Contact me... READ COMMENT

I haven't started cream yet because my PT wanted me to wait until my next appointment until I started although she did tell me I could gently massage the incision through my Spanx. READ COMMENT

Yay and I'm sorry! The swelling is the worst! After all the anticipation and pain, all I want is to see the final result! N-O-W! I'm glad to know that you have swelling in the same spot because that makes me feel less like there was... READ COMMENT

Bright red! Then it will turn to more diluted red, then yellowish. READ COMMENT