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  1. So I had my initial BA in 2016 and had 350cc subfascial. I was initially really happy and thought they looked great. Over time I began to feel they were too big for my frame and in particular, had too much upper pole fullness. In hindsight, I just hadn't mentally adjusted to having boobs. I'd always been very tall and skinny with A-cups and now I was noticing other women checking my boobs out! So... in 2018, I downsized to 275cc mod+. This doesn't sound like a big drop but it was pretty significant on my build. I'd dropped 1.2cm in projection, which meant they disappeared in clothes. I re
    3 points
  2. I had my surgery (revision from another surgeon) with Patrick Walsh last year. He is fantastic and you can ask all the questions you like and he will answer all of them without judgement and while showing patience. he also looks at the medical breathing side of things too. in regards to price he is clearly not doing it for the money. I went for a consult with Chris moss (nurse) which I didn’t know until the day for my primary many years ago and was so pissed off this nurse couldn’t even answer my questions ie how many noses does he do a year, what’s his revision rate, pretty normal q
    2 points
  3. Hi and welcome, i am 5'7 and was 72 kg (34A) when i got my boobs and i am also quite Athelitecly built i just wanted to bakance out my proportions and was worried that boobs would make me look matronly but that was not the case, i have 440cc hp anatomical implants which balanced me out nicly the pic of me in the blue set is me at 70 kg and the pic of me in the crop top is after loosing 12 kg , not much changed in the boob department after the weight loss but having a smaller waist dose make them look a bit bigger but in a good way lol😅
    2 points
  4. I HaveBoobs

    Take 3

    Glad to hear your surgery went well and I'm sure when the swelling goes down you'll be much happier being back to your previous size, and yes its crule how our mind plays tricks on us, i hope the recovery process is quicker and easy this time around. I too have lost quite a bit of weight like Cupcake ( i lost 15 kg) and i have noticed a bit of a change in my breasts which seem smaller however my cup size hasn't changed i feel i dont fill them out like i used to and my left breast which was my bigger breast my nipple sits a little lower than the right i don't need a lift as they are not droo
    2 points
  5. Only 3 more days until my surgery with Dr Kollias. Super excited! When does the drop and fluff take effect?
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  6. I wouldn't worry too much my gap (although it wasn't huge) has closed up quite a bit already
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  7. The top is six weeks the bottom is 4 months. Unfortunately I do not feel like they have gotten any bigger, they have just dropped and with the dropping my upper pole is gone which I miss and they look a lot more "natural" which to be honest isn't a look I cared for. I am really hoping they get bigger with more fluffing cause right now I am disappointed with how small they turned out compared to what I wanted :(
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  8. Thank you for sharing your experience, this is really helpful.
    1 point
  9. Yes, he is a good person. And happy to answer all your questions.
    1 point
  10. fishlips

    Andrew Greensmith

    I had 4 surgeries with Andrew Greensmith and needed to go to another surgeon for revision. New surgeon had to cut a lot of scar tissue away that was giving me a hump on my nose that I didn’t have before and had to thin the skin as it thickened up with all the surgeries. I didn't get a lot of deprojection which is what I wanted. i also was left with breathing problems and asymmetry. I also have the tip of my skin damaged and now my nose turns purple/red when it’s cold so it indicates poor blood flow there and I’m not a smoker. if you want photos inbox me.
    1 point
  11. You need to give it time. It can take 6 - 12 mths for your implants to settle. At 2 mths, it's way too early to judge the appearance. They have a lot of healing still to do & will continue to look better as the months go by. Don't stress, it's a big job your body is undertaking at the moment. Don't rush it. 😊
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  12. Please girls, I know I ask a lot of questions and tend to jump to conclusions but I'm actually the most worried now then I've been this whole time. I have a black spot that appears to be under my skin in the vertical incision line from my breast lift. What could it be? It doesn't appear to be open or anything.
    1 point
  13. Hello lovely ladies! I am hoping to find some photos of you gals who may be a bit closer to my build, I am 170cm tall, I weigh 74kgs and the doc is looking at giving me 500cc implants. (I’m Booked in for March 7th 2019) Most photos I see are of littler ladies so it’s hard to get a gage on what 500ccs will look like on a bigger girl like me. thank you! ?
    1 point
  14. Ostentatious

    Eye creams

    Try Murad Retinol Youth Renewal Eye Serum. However, this is a bit expensive. If you want more affordable, you can go for Garnier Anti-wrinkle Cream.
    1 point
  15. I am glad i am not the only one resorting to cutting our kids hair. I found this tutorial quite helpful https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCQPSh_Ld4g
    1 point
  16. Kaleidoscope_Eyes

    Dr Dona!!!

    Hey! I haven't been to Dr Donna but I know that a number of girls on here have and he isn't afraid to go large if that's the look you're after! I've only heard good things about him but unfortunately, can't speak from experience! His before and afters look great and he's also reasonably priced. I can't see why he wouldn't want to work with interstate patients! It's just a matter of you getting yourself there and staying long enough for follow-up. I don't know if he'd require you to come back at 5 or 6 weeks? Maybe that's something one of the other girls can help you with. All the best!
    1 point
  17. Kaleidoscope_Eyes

    Sports bras online

    Thanks for your reply Kit! I actually decided to measure myself with an online calculator (68cm underbust and 89cm bust), which makes me a 10D. I actually found that the bombshell website had a chart for different international bra sizes and what size should fit. According to that, a small should fit in their style. Very helpful!
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  18. Kit

    Sports bras online

    Hi @Kaleidoscope_Eyes hope you recovery is going well and you are happy with your outcome. It sounds like you have a similar build to me with a very small underbust measurement. I found sports bra shopping tricky too with getting the right fit and came across this Calvin Klein one which fits nice and snug all over. Though I did find I had to size up to a Medium for this particular one.
    1 point
  19. Jugs

    Recall

    If you have the recalled textured allergen natrelle implants, there is no action needed to be taken apart from looking out for ALCL symptoms. I believe they only have been recalled from further surgeries if that makes sense.
    1 point
  20. Kaleidoscope_Eyes

    Take 3

    Thanks guys. I'm surprisingly not in as much pain as I thought I would be going under the muscle. The first night wasn't fun and I was having horrible muscle spasms! I got the GP to prescribe some diazepam to help with that and it's made a difference. Also, I've been sleeping so much because of the endone, which is a good thing. I figure the more I sleep, the better and quicker I heal so no complaints there! I'll keep you updated. I can't wait to go bra shopping and dress shopping again. I really miss how they looked in dresses the first time around. @I HaveBoobs Sorry to hear you're wan
    1 point
  21. 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 positione
    1 point
  22. 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.
    1 point
  23. 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
    1 point
  24. who is your surgeon? A lot of surgeons do a nicotine test before surgery particularly for procedures such as a mummy makeover. You run the risk of considerably compromising your surgery results as smoking can cause delayed wound healing, necrosis of the healing tissue etc. You definitely can quit smoking, believe me many of us have been through it ourselves. Would you consider hypnosis? I know some ,people who have had success with this method. I can tell you, once you make it to the two week mark, it will become much easier. I would even consider patches or NRT until the end of
    1 point
  25. This is all such good information! Super glad I found this forum.
    1 point
  26. This was my other inspiration pic. We went with this look as felt it would suit my hair type better as well as how I wanted to style it. The only difference is we went shorter through the top.
    1 point
  27. I have just discovered two new surgery shows on Netflix, The ugly face of surgery and Botched bodies, some of it is quite graphic so not for the faint harted. It also baffles me how so many people jump into getting cosmetic surgery without any research being done at all ??????
    1 point
  28. 500cc smooth round. I was 70kgs when I did my surgery I bounced up to a 10f.
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  29. Hi Veronica, Thanks for the tip. Yep, I went in to see Dr Jodlovich and came out with a wonderful result. Looking forward to my lip fillers now Love, Cindy
    1 point
  30. Hi Cheeky, I've had to go to a few places around Sydney before I found a practitioner that I felt comfortable enough to trust with doing my lips and cheek fillers. I went to see Dr Ellis Choy at first but found his prices too expensive. I then went to see Dr Steven Liew but was worried that he was always traveling around to conferences and he wouldn't be available for follow up reviews. I then found Dr Tom Jodlovich on RealSelf and was impressed by the good reviews he had on his profile, so I thought I'd see him for a free consultation. I'm so glad I did, as my experience with h
    1 point
  31. Hi, I'm about 3 years post op and 173cm tall, 64kg, with I think 14cm bwd, I was a D cup deflated before BA. I have 450cc.hp, round, under the muscle implants. I now fit a 12E or 10F cup bra. Friend Request if you like. (FR)
    1 point
  32. 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
    1 point
  33. Im looking for recommendations for perth plastic surgeons for breast implants im a very small aa and hoping to be a full b feeling a bit anxious about choosing a plastic surgeon
    1 point
  34. I just emailed about my experience with andrew greensmith and added photos of before and afters. He is the surgeon that operated on me and he is lovely. I dont think anyone would come out with a botched nose with him
    1 point
  35. Adele_

    Cooking with kids

    Pizza and brownies sound great I often cook mack and cheese with them, bc they just love it haha
    1 point
  36. Finally I can post my own D&F photo. I am only 4 weeks post op... so I am sure there will be more change, but this is 3 days post op and 4 weeks post op.
    1 point
  37. 300cc round smooth dual plane unders. Day one post op 3 months post op.
    1 point
  38. I flew from Brisbane to Sydney for Dr Dona. LOVE his work and my boobs I'm a patient for life. Great price too
    1 point
  39. It's very hard to generally form a comment without seeing them. Probably best to add a pic?
    1 point
  40. Stiffy

    Was it worth it?

    Worth ever cent! I was so scared about it and had so many doubts and 'what if' moments. But after I came out of surgery I knew it was the best decision I have ever made. Dr Sam Cunneen in Perth did a fantastic job! I had an idea of what my BA would turn out like, but I never imagined they would be as perfect as they are now <3 Easy recovery, no nerve pain or numbness, no franken boob or boobs sitting to high straight out of the op, just a pair of epic tatas
    1 point
  41. Yes I love them .They have given me a new found confidence, I feel sexier now at 45 than I have ever before in my life . ???
    1 point
  42. Absolutely worth it! Every day i feel more confident and feminine, the way i was before having my children. I'm a woman again ?? and i don't regret having them done at all
    1 point
  43. Fi Fi

    Was it worth it?

    Yes definitely I . Also wanted mine done since I was 17 I finally did it at 30. I now look and feel more feminine and can look at myself in the mirror and feel more confident. I no longer look like an ironing board.
    1 point
  44. Worth every cent! I've wanted a boob job since I was teenager and I realised my own boobs weren't going to get any bigger. I finally did it at 35. Love them. It always seemed such a big thing to get them done, but now I've done it it doesn't seem like a major thing at all, it's all been so easy
    1 point
  45. HarperHen

    Mammograms

    This is a massive debate and one I don't want to wade into. Each woman must decide for herself what she is comfortable with regarding health screening. I could link to a number of studies arguing for and against mammography. Instead here is a literature review: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/features/vatten-mammography-screening/ of key research. When measuring the efficacy of something it is important to also consider the impact of false negatives (unnecessary procedures, stress and cost). My mother had breast cancer. Not picked up on mammogram (missed) - picked up by her feeling it in her
    1 point
  46. vlinder

    Mammograms

    I have had implants in for 36 years and have had mammograms on a annual basis for all those years without ANY problems. Go ahead, just one more thing you can do for your general health !
    1 point
  47. Does anyone else find size deceptive? I was a 10A wanted around a 10D currently measure a 10H or 12E but yet they look small. I am hoping its because I still have a mountain of side boob and that as they come together they will look fuller at the front but at the moment they look pretty small more like a 10C and im kinda wishing I went bigger
    1 point
  48. At the time smaller... I only went big to fill up my sag and avoid a lift. And now 12 years on... smaller - which is why I am getting them out. Although I did have some fun times with them
    1 point
  49. 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
    1 point
  50. Hey hun, Top left was 7 weeks, top right 4 months, bottom left 5 months, bottom right 6 months. I'm 11 months now. I've got a few updated pics on my page and will probably do another update soon. Different bra but this is a 9 months pic...
    1 point
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