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  1. 4 points
    Thank you everyone and that is very interesting to hear. I didn’t realise day surgery was so popular for augmentations. For some reason it makes me very anxious even though I have had other day surgery procedures (medical reasons) before. I have decided that an overnight stay will be best for me and not so much pressure on my husband with the kids.
  2. 2 points
    I stayed in hospital overnight as it was highly recommended by my surgeon and the cost was included. So glad I stayed in hopsital overnight. Nice to have that break away from the kids too
  3. 2 points
    Responded to your PM He originally recommended 350cc moderate plus for me with 430cc high profile being the next size (he did say the 430cc may be a bit too big). So I thought about the sizes for a couple months and went back to retry the sizers and decided to go with 430cc as I rather come out big than too small. When I saw him at my 3mth post check up, he said I picked the perfect size and was really happy with the end result. I went from 10A to DD/E and to be honest, it doesn't look like I had augmentation done when I wear my pre op clothes which still fits
  4. 1 point
    simply_me

    Bottoming out

    @I HaveBoobs thank you feeling more confident now 😊 so all surgeons will put the sutures in?
  5. 1 point
    I HaveBoobs

    Bottoming out

    If you have a skilled surgeon and your pocket is created to the exact size of the implant then the risk is very very small, and you would have had to Not follow any of your surgeons post op rules at all , in a dual plane placement the top of the muscle will hold the implant in place and your surgeon will place a number of internal sutures to make sure this dosn't happen. 😊 heres what i found during my research. http://www.the-cosmetic-surgery-directory.com/article-breast-implant-bottoming-out.html
  6. 1 point
    Sounds like the best decision for you. Best wishes for your surgery and recovery and keep us posted
  7. 1 point
    simply_me

    Smooth Implants

    @I HaveBoobs oh that's awesome thanks for that I really liked my surgeons recommendation just wasn't sure on smooth as nice as they are I've heard higher risk of capsular contraction and slipping out of place etc not sure on how likely it is to happen but still had me concerned but then i realise really every implant has it's pros and cons none of them are 100% perfect all have different risks so why stress myself just gotta hope im lucky and I don't run into any of the possible issues lol
  8. 1 point
    I HaveBoobs

    Smooth Implants

    I have many girlfriend's with smooth round implants (i work in the fitness industry so most of us at the gym have implants 😂) they all have different sizes and profiles and all are happy with them and a friend of mine just recently had hers done , smooth round uhp 485 cc but wanted the more fake look she is 8 mpo and is over the moon with her results.
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    I had day surgery, went in first thing in the morning and home by lunch time so was able to relax in my own home while kids were at school, i have older kids so they catch the bus and i had hubby for the first 3 days to help out with the household chores. But If i had to do it all again i still choose day surgery i prefer to recover in my on home but if i had small children then maybe i might stay the night so i could at leadt get a good night's rest. On the day of surgery you will be given a script for your pain meds , i personally wasn't in any pain until the next day and even then it wasn't pain just stiffness, the first week will be the hardest as you will feel tight , stiff a pressure feeling and your new implants will feel heavey on your chest but know all this is temporary and will pass in a couple of weeks, i was able to drive by 7-10 days post op and was able to use my arms for almost everything i will say if you have long hair have it washed the day before surgery and have it braided as you may not be able to wash it for the first week. I have 440cc hp anatomical dual plane (partial unders ) and yes I'm happy with the size but like most sometimes wish I'd gon a little bigger 😂
  10. 1 point
    I HaveBoobs

    Surgery booked for August!

    @Glissm If your measuring a 33 .5 " then you'd be an 8 DD if you wanted your band to fit snug or a 32-10 D if you prefer a looser band, and the reason you measured a 12 just after bub is that your chest would have been carrying extra weight & fluid from breast feeding, fast forward 12 months after feeding has stoped and you should be back to your normal size. Just remember 500 cc will look different on every body trust your surgeon to give you the look your after.
  11. 1 point
    I HaveBoobs

    Implants look too small 6weeks out

    If you went under muscle placement then your muscles will still be compressing the implant, the reason they look small is because your post op swelling has almost subsided and you will soon be starting your drop n fluff stage which starts from about week 6 give or take and can last for up to the 1 year mark , yes its true you will loose a little upoer pole fullness( but not all of it) as its the law of gravity and you can't compete with gravity, as your tissues/muscles start to relax you will find that your breasts will start to grow, it is a process that takes months (mine kept growing up to 10 mpo then settled then at 14 mpo they changed again) give it time and take weekly pictures you'll be supprised at how much they change.
  12. 1 point
    sabP

    Implants look too small 6weeks out

    @AnniC - actually it can give you upper pole fullness after D & F - because the muscle releases and they pop so to speak. That's how it was and is for me.
  13. 1 point
    sabP

    Implants look too small 6weeks out

    @Baileys agree with the girls comments above. At six weeks you are still early days and the drop and fluff has barely begun. You will notice significant changes over the next few weeks and months. Take weekly pictures so you can see the changes and try to be patient xo
  14. 1 point
    6 weeks post op is early days! It can take up to a year for the D & F process to finish. You would still have some swelling and the muscles would still be tight after surgery. Try to give it time. x
  15. 1 point
    simply_me

    Implants look too small 6weeks out

    @Baileys I haven't had mine done yet but I've seen lots of girls post op pics from day one and as far as 6 to 9 months on and they change dramatically and do seem to always look significantly bigger when the drop and fluff effect fully takes place which seems to take some time so wouldn't be to concerned yet give it a couple more months see if they get bigger. Search in the forum for "before d&f and after d&f pics" you can see the changes for yourself 😊
  16. 1 point
    I HaveBoobs

    Overs- anatomical or round?!

    @margaretriver anatomical implants have a textured shell that adhere to the surrounding tissue like velcro to stop them from rotating, the first 6 wks of healing is the most crucial as it is in this time that the implant needs to adhere to your tissues after that you should be fine, on a side note i have a girlfriend in the fitness industry with anatomical overs and hers have not rotated and look as good as when she first had them she is now 7 yrs post op and has had no issues and they are quite soft and have a goid bounce and jiggle to them ( she let me have a good feel when i was in my research phase 😂)
  17. 0 points
    I have to say that I would not recommend Ultimate Beauti Escapes at all on any level. I stayed at the so called resort accommodation for 4 weeks through my own surgery and my friends. Between us there was a couple of areas worked on. During our time there it was a bit like a chop shop - in today, into surgery out in 5 to 7 days and keep em coming. We met a number of clients during our stay most of which went home still in pain, some suffering infections us included, some with stitches left in and some including me with internal stitches working their way out of the wound area. One poor woman's breasts turned into boils and it took several surgeries to fix them. The scar tape provided was poor quality and in 5 clients that I'm aware of the tape caused blood blisters in the scar tissue. UBE is a facilitator only and the guarantee is worthless because the Surgeon is not Australian nor is the clinic where the procedure is done. Therefore suing or getting things corrected at their expense is next to impossible. Buyer be ware on this mob
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