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About pink butterfly

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  • Birthday 04/04/1975

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  • Location
    Brisbane
  • Surgery/ Procedure
    Breast Augmentation
  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    Dr. Harwood 22/9/14
  • Measurements
    165cm 56kg 10 AA cup before surgery 10 C cup now

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  1. Zipped or button up tops/jumpers. Tracksuit pants or leggings. It is amazing how much we engage our chest muscles when we do even simple activities. The first 5 days will be the worst. But once you turn the corner, you will feel great. Good luck with your op!
  2. RE moods after augmentation, that is more the mind adjusting to having implants and bigger boobs. Plus dealing with the pain, lack of sleep etc. There are some old threads on here about health impact after implants. Some ladies have discussed their journey with implant illness.
  3. I would think you would be fine. You'll probably still have a bit of morning boob by then, but most of the initial pain should be gone. Your incisions will be closed. Check with your surgeon though.
  4. Thanks so much for that. I'll have a look at those. I am just sticking with the Neutragena one at the moment. If I find something better, I'll keep you posted. x
  5. Have you gone back to the original surgeon for advice? From the pic, I think your boobs look amazing. They look really natural.
  6. That is a tough question because I did the same thing when I was doing my initial research. I think it also depends what suits your body shape and how many cc's your anatomy will allow. I just knew I wanted to go from a 10AA cup to a C cup. I got 270cc under the muscle......this has taken me to a small C cup. I am a gym junkie and while sometimes I get booby greed, I am happy with my boobs. I am also in my mid 40's and I didn't want to go too big. I have had my boobs for 5 years now and I couldn't be happier.
  7. Wow that is awesome you will only be $500 out of pocket. I can feel your excitement! x
  8. Day surgery but I needed my husband to help me with everything in the first 3 days - bathing, going to the toilet etc. I have had laparoscopies etc and my body does not cope with anaesthetic. I had under the muscle and even though the painkillers helped, I still was very uncomfortable. On the 5th day, I really turned a corner and began to feel human again.
  9. I have textured Silimed implants which are now no longer used here in Australia. I also got my implants 5 years ago. I just have had a mammogram + ultrasound and the implants are fine. I understand there are risks with this implant but at this stage I cannot afford to replace them. I will just keep a close look out on my health.
  10. Don't listen to strangers who sit behind a computer and like to criticise others. I think your nose looks fine and quite masculine. But if it really bothers you, then I would suggest to go and see a few reputable plastic surgeons who can give you proper advice.
  11. 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
  12. I went with some pictures I found off the net of what kind of boobs I would like. The surgeon did say my anatomy would determine what he could do. But we were in agreement with a teardrop implant as I wanted the natural look and I didn't have much breast tissue to start off with. I asked about sizing and what would suit me. I asked how much time I would need off from work. I asked how long the implant would last and the percentage of rotation with a teardrop implant. I did take a friend with me for support. Five years on and I have no regrets. All the best for your consult.
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