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ohmylissa

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  1. They will be a bit like that with no definition at the start but only for a few weeks until they start to settle
  2. Just though this might be of interest to you, the surgery site is usually injected with epinephrine which keeps bleeding at an absolute minimum
  3. I'm booked in there also, I was told I should remove my nipple piercings. Which I think is best to avoid them having the pressure of the implants pushing on them. It was an easy decision for me though, much rather boobs than piercings
  4. Aw that sounds so lovely, I haven't actually read one bad review about them yet so it's looking very comforting and promising. I'll have to share my story once I have my new boobs!
  5. Thanks so much guys, putting my mind at ease! I actually excited to hear that it's basically like you fall asleep and wake up with boobs, definitely glad I don't have to go under general!
  6. ChloeH I was worried I would be borderline lift also. But mine just sit slight low normally and did before children so I'm not fussed about it, I think I was being paranoid. Chiwee I'm hoping I feel like I'm out! I've come across a few stories of people 'waking up'
  7. Hey guys, I'm new here but it seemed like a good place to do my research! I've put down $2,000.00 for my surgery with Dr Tang, and I'm trying to gather as much info as I can! Can anybody walk me through the whole twilight sedation thing, I'm currently having (irrational!) paranoia about this! Also I'd love to hear from anyone who has gotten implants after children due to that dreaded breast feeding boob deflation
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