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    BlingorBA

    BA and I have young Kids

    I had a 4 year old and a 16 month old. My husband took the day of my surgery off and that was all he could have because we had just been on a holiday so his leave was all used - the timing of that holiday had to do with his parents, and I had to move my surgery that I had already tentatively booked. My parents in law usually look after our kids 3 days a fortnight and my mum 1 day a fortnight. I ended up having to tell them all for one reason or another that I was having some extra time off - so naturally they were like, ok, so you don't need us to look after the kids for the next 3 weeks. My husband took my youngest to daycare on the Tuesdays, but I still had the oldest, and they were both at daycare on Thursdays and Fridays, but other than that, I had them. It was really hard. My youngest is very much a mummy's boy and it was really hard not being abe to pick him up. On the days I ended up at home by myself with them both I had him sleep in his brothers bed during the day if he needed to sleep- which he could climb into himself. My husband did the groceries and there was not cleaning happening at all. I didn't lift at all until 3 weeks and then it was just lifting from a height down, and more using my legs than my upper body, and only if I couldn't avoid it. I had my oldest help get his brother out of the cot in the morning and in and out of the bath at night. In the end, my youngest formed more of a bond with Daddy because I couldn't do much for him, and that was really nice
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    32mummy

    How do I change my avatar?

    In your profile page, create an album and add the pic you want as your avatar. Then you can click on the image in your album and you should see a drop down menu 'Set As' with the option 'Set as my profile photo'.
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    Madsamuffin

    Before D&F and after D&F pics please

    I should probably do this! 2.5 weeks PO and 7 months PO.
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    Livo

    Before D&F and after D&F pics please

    Bit early to the D&F story but: pre op/ 2 days/ 3 weeks. Round 275/300s mod unders (Dr Boonchai).
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    Lucky Cat

    Before D&F and after D&F pics please

    Pic 1 - Day 1 Pic 2 - 2.5 weeks + 4 weeks Pic 3 - 2 months Pic 4 - 10 months
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    Suzie 8f

    Before D&F and after D&F pics please

    44kg 10 months post baby and 3 months post feeding Breastfeed 2 babies Deflated a/b 330cc round dual plane
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    I'm sure I've still got a bit of changing to do, but this is 3 days vs 5 weeks post op. I had 325cc high profile round overs - starting as a 12A and currently a 10DD/12D.
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    Oksana

    Before D&F and after D&F pics please

    420 Nagor round textured HP, duel plane, 12 bwd, 170cm, 55kg
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    jdm

    Before D&F and after D&F pics please

    First pic 1 week post op Second pic 5 weeks post op Third pic 2 weeks post op Fourth pic pre op Right 350, Left 325, HP round unders with full anchor lift. Hoping to see more lift ladies show some drop and fluff pics too - Is the d&f process similar to straightforward ba's or totally different??? Super happy with my boobs now - my befores were atrocious!
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    4 days post op vs 8 weeks ! Still a ways to go I think though!
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    Lucky Cat

    Before D&F and after D&F pics please

    Pic 1 - Day 1 Pic 2 - 2.5 weeks + 4 weeks Pic 3 - 9 weeks They've come a long way and I'm happy with how they are progressing. Right booby still needs to drop and lift the nipple up a little more but I'm confident it will happen with time. I can still feel some stitches in my right incisions but left is clear. Anyone else experience the same with a late drop in one boob and did they even out eventually? How long did it take? Some girls are saying can take up to 12 months, I'm happy to wait.
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    Here are mine... day 1 PO and 11 weeks PO
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    Patience is the key to surviving your over thinking and analysing mind after a breast op. I went through soooo many stages of loving and hating my boobs. And now after 9 months you can see how much they changed from day 1. Stay positive and give it a year I say! Good luck xx
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