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    I'm sorry to hear you had to go through so many surgeries. I hope you are happy with the result now.. I don't want to do a lift as I don't want to touch my nipples. That's why tightening the pockets seems like a perfect option for me. And I guess since dr Dona has been understanding about my issue and offered a revision with a big discount that's something to consider.. However one of my friends said that if he messed it up once he will do it again and suggests I go to a different specialist. That would cost me as a full new surgery though You are right, the breasts are positioned quite low because I wanted a natural look. To be honest with you once it's been done I realised that it might have not been the best approach as sometimes I feel as if my breasts look saggy not to mention the nipple issue. Anyways, that's why I feel like lifting them higher up would be a great solution for me as it would tackle 2 issues at the same time. As for the breast lift, I was told I didn't need one and I was warned about the nipples asymmetry. I just didn't expect one of my nipples to be so high up it's almost like it's not a part of the boob.. Because the original asymmetry was extremely minor. I definitely believe that it should have been predicted by the surgeon as I can't know what outcome I will have exactly.
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    My surgeon discussed my nipples prior to surgery as they were low. He talked about the position of the implants (anatomical) and the pockets and how he would position them so that the nipples were more central, which they are. Your breasts seem to be positioned quite low, which seems to have 'flicked' the nipples upwards. Did your surgeon recommend a breast lift? I know you said you had nothing much to start with and nor did I, but sometimes even with smaller breasts, they may require a lift at the time of augmentation. That being said, Dr Dona is reputable and so a revision would be worth considering. Do any bra's have the same effect as when you hold your breasts up? Good luck with your decision and I hope it can be rectified xo
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    Jugs

    Should I be honest?

    I’ve never told any doctors. I had a cesarean this year and they asked if I had any metal implants and I said no. I didn’t tell them about my boobs either. I worried afterwards but everything was fine.
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    Yes I went with him and his fee was $7,000 then I had to pay hospital etc on top so was $12,000 all up but I had no insurance. very happy with the result. I’ll have to get some before pics off my fb as I’ve just cleared my camera roll on my phone as the storage was getting too big so I’ll do this soon when I get time. he is a lovely man and very professional. I wish I never saw my first surgeon for 4 nose jobs. patrick had to fix a lot of it up.
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    sabP

    Boob job, what to be careful for

    Hey hun, you need to relax and just give yourself time to heal and recover. If you incision site is clean you will not have an infecttion, if you are concerned call your surgeon for an appointment. Usually you will have a follow-up around 7 days after surgery and they will check all is well. Capsular contracture is a risk that we all take. Just be aware of your breast health and deal with anything IF it comes up. Stop worrying yourself sick over nothing. Take care xo
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    I realise these posts are from 5 years ago, but I just wanted to say that 5 years on and Destination Beauty have not improved. I had several surgeries done this year, 1 which has left my face quite disfigured, DB have wiped there hands of me and are trying there hardest to blame me. All they advise is massage and hot packs and nearly 5 months later nothing has changed. The emails I have received have been quite hurtful. I am quite depressed about by looks and all they say is they hope I feel better soon.
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    Yamini_Nandakumar

    Losing weight

    You've heard it a million times but try drinking water, especially before meals, eat eggs for breakfast, drink green tea, cook with coconut oil, take a glucomannan supplement, cut back on added sugar and eat less refined carbs.
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    Just an update on this many months on, this forum was a great resource to me so I know it will help someone else, I'm very happy with my nose after the revision. I've had no issue and with the swelling gone down it looks fantastic, looking at my old photos I didn't even realise how bad it was before. My surgeon was very accommodating and it was clear that it's important to him that I was happy with my result, for the revision I believe I was only charged a small fee (comparatively to the initial operation) to cover the hospital and anesthetic. I've had quite a few people message me about which doctor I saw, and now that I know for sure I can stand behind him and say I'm pleased with my outcome the doctor was Dr [removed for now]
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    misstons

    Nipples too high after lift

    It's very hard to generally form a comment without seeing them. Probably best to add a pic?
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