We have soo many people with scoliosis here, I also have scoliosis but luckily it hasn't effected my surgery at all.
Newboobsforme the wide cleavage is normal as this early stage, apparently because there isn't enough loose skin in between the breasts at the moment the implants can't move closer but will come closer together as they drop in 4-6 months and the skin softens.
So I had my surgery yesterday. Unfortunately they were running 2 hours behind so I had to wait for ages which gave me more time to worry haha but it was fine. I was taken into another little room where Dr Miroshnik marked me up and assured me that it would all go well. The marking up was so quick which was good. I was then taken into the theatre and had to lie down on the table and my anaesthetist (dr de silva) gave me my injection (cannula). I was worried that this would be painful but it was absolutely nothing, least painful needle I've ever had! I was then given the general anaesthetic and I felt soo dizzy suddenly and then the next thing I knew I was on a bed in the recovery room. Dr De Silva had to come back and give me another cannula because I ripped mine out without realizing haha, I don't even remember that! I had a bit of discomfort at first but when he put the new cannula in and pain relief I felt really good, was very tired and kept drifting in and out of sleep. I was actually surprised that the pain for me was not bad at all, it was only about a 3 on a scale of 1 to 10.
After leaving the hospital I had a 3 hour car ride home which I was nervous about but it was fine, I had no pain and absolutely no nausea (the nurse did give me an anti-nausea medication before I went though). I also haven't had any nausea with endone which is a great relief.
This morning I woke up with some pain and it was really hard getting up and reaching for something (it hurts when I move, when I am mobile there is no pain). However, with another dose of Endone I was fine and am still feeling good now. A bit of discomfort but nothing too bad.
Any of the girls going in the next few weeks, don't get overly nervous - I thought I was going to be in 10 times more pain than I am now!!