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  1. I had Dr Veerawat for my BA at PIAC in January. Hr was fantastic. A very soft spoken, gentle man, listens to what you want and works with you to get the results you're after. I'm 14 weeks PO now and I just love my boobs. He did such a great job. You can trust whatever he reccomends for you.
  2. Yep i have heard great things about the man they call Boobchai haha
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    Hi Meeks, I'm one week PO of having two implants (the screw part) placed in my front lower jaw. Long story short, I ended up with a superbug that infected my gums and ate away my jaw bone, so the teeth were so loose they had to come out. So I had 4 teeth out last Melbourne Cup day, and had been wearing a plate with the missing teeth on it ever since. Well a week ago I had two implants placed and the gum cut into flaps and stitched back over. I had the proceedure done under concious sedation, or a high dose of ativan. The clinic were really lovely, they gave me the meds and put me in a quiet room to drift off. I dont remember anything after that except being aware of a blue sheet over my eyes (surgical drape) and someone asking me to open wider. Next thing I knew, my dad was there to pick me up. I'm not going to lie, I'm in a world of pain. Possibly even worse than when I had my BA. I'm not sure if it seems worse because its in your skull/jaw area, but with my boobs I was kinda able to ignore it a bit. I guess it's kind if like a broken bone, in terms of healing, rather than soft tissue/muscle like boobs. All i know is at the moment I'm still too sore to wear my plate. And I wont be getting the crown parts for another three months. I'll update more as I start healing. Any questions fire away, I'll do my best to answer
  4. Um no, it's totally not ok to touch anyone without their permission, regardless if that person is your husband, wife, child or bestie. Now that the moment has passed, bringing it up may be a little awkward, however, if you feel like she is the sort of person who might try to do it again, and you don't want that then you need to have a conversation now, and set some boundaries. Something non confrontational, along the lines of "hey, when you did that the other day, I felt......, would you be willing to ask me first, before touching my body? " Feel free to chuck in something about them still healing and being sore/sensitive/uncomfortable etc.
  5. I got 255cc mod plus anatomicals. I am really happy with the size, I was super scared of ending up too big, as it is I have ended up a fraction bigger than the padded bras I used to wear.
  6. I had swelling in my sternum that lasted aaaagggeeees! It had gone down everywhere but there and i must have had it right up to week 8. I was convinced it was symmastia but eventually it went down. Keep and eye on it. It's an area that can take quite a beating during surgey, and its basically just bone and skin so it makes sense that it would take longer to go down than the rest.
  7. I totally love mine, i think the only thing i didn't know before surgery was that when it comes to firmness, that the anatomicals can feel a little firmer than the rounds. I only worked that iut afterwards. Saying that though, I think rounds would not have worked for me because i had absolutely no breast tissue and very thin skin, so the option i got was pretty much all that would work for me. They look fantastic and I love them regardless. I adore being able to go braless in clothes and live being in proportion!
  8. I had a BA in January with Dr Veerawat at PIAC. I am really really happy with my results. I was one if the first patients in the new wing of the hospital in Phuket, and it was so lovely, like a hotel with nurses! All the staff were brilliant, so professional, and Dr V was excellent. I cant reccomend PIAC enough.
  9. Hi ladies, for those of you that had subfascial, I'm curious, does the fascia move at all they way the muscle moves? Like when you flex your pec muscle, does the fascia tighten up or not? Does it just hang like skin?
  10. I saw the title of this thread and my mind saw a swiiming pool full of boobies! ? Anyway, swimming is awesome the first time, although a bit weird if you have numb boobs, it's like you can feel the water is cold, but not the direct shock to the nipples like you normally would. Enjoy!
  11. Hi girls, I'd be happy to come along depending on where and when.
  12. oh yes, the post birth instructions I had after my two were similar, but included sitting with an icepack in your undies, if you can stand it! And I took arnica for the swelling. Good luck! Hope the recovery is fast and easy.
  13. Hi JessR. It really depends on the kind of look you're going for, and how much preexisting breast tissue you have. If you want a more natural curve and are quite skinny or dont have much tissue to begin with, then unders are better. If you like the rounded top/more fake look then go overs, as the edge of the implant is easier to see. Also, bear gravity in mind. They say overs sag faster as they dont have the muscle to hold the implant in place, but when they do sag, it's a more natural sag, as the implant and breast tissue sag together, wheras with unders, the breast tissue sags while the implant stays put. But that could be years away, and you might be ready to upgrade by then.
  14. Don't forget that a large portion of the bloat is water weight, if you had an iv drip then they no doubt have pumped you full of saline! It sounds weird, but more water will help, your body uses that water to flush out any residue from the GA and the drugs you're taking. It will subside. Hooray for kidneys!
  15. Yes, depending on your stats you could well acheive the cup size you are looking at. I only had 255cc put in and have ended up a large C small D cup. Wait till the drop and fluff. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised . Hope you have a swift and fairly painfree recovery
  16. I did the transfer to their Aussie bank account. It was a breeze, i received confirmation of the amount received within 24 hrs.
  17. Yep me too, before surgery I was the kind of person that was always cold, but I've noticed since the op that overall I'm warmer now, and that leads to sweating a lot more than I did before. So yeah, detoxing plus higher body temp would be my guess.
  18. I heard from a nurse friend that they always double the post op instructions that they give people after surgery, whether that is massage or exercises, as they only expect you to do half of what they tell you anyway! ? The popular theory behind massage is that it's supposed to stop scar tissue from building up and going hard, or if you already have some forming, (like under the inscision) it may help to break it up a bit. Talk to your surgeon and do what feels comfortable. If it's painful to massage then stop.
  19. I'm a mum of two, breastfed for a total of six years combined. At my largest I was only ever a B cup, and after weaning I went down to nada, nothing, zero, zilch. Officially I was a AA cup in the teen bras at Best n Less. I've had 255cc dual plane and couldn't be happier. I think one of the advantages we have as women who have breastfed is that our skin stretches to accommodate the implant more easily, and after surgery they drop earlier than they would if we hadn't breastfed.
  20. Thanks ladies. I'm currently 4 weeks post op and i have cohesive silicone teardrops which I understand feel more firm than rounds. Normally I'm pretty diligent with aelf checks, i do it in the shower but all i can feel now is implant and the sides of it. One thing that freaks me out a bit is the thought of growing a new one and needing it biopsied, the thought of needles near my implants scares me. Hopefully the ones i have stay stable and I wont get any new ones!
  21. Hey all. Just wondering if anyone else had fibroadenomas (also known as a breast mouse) before your BA? I had a couple, and since I didn't have a lot of breast tissue, they were quite easy to feel. Since my BA, I haven't been able to find them at all? I'm wondering if that's just because my boobs are still quite firm, if they might become more obvious as they soften. How easy is checking for lunps in general now? Do you do it? And how often? Is there a special technique for implanted boobs? Thanks ladies.
  22. If you like sci-fi/fantasy or historical, then you simply must try the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. If you can put them down, I will give you a dollar. Not even kidding. Every single one of my friends who has read these books has adored them. There is also a tv series being made of it too. Picture this: A nurse in 1940s post war England goes on a second honeymoon with her husband to Scotland. She goes to explore some standing stones(like stonehenge only smaller) and walks through a cleft in the stone and goes back in time 200 years! What ensues are her adventures in 1760s scotland and the highlanders she encounters. So well written. it's amazing. Also, if you like the BDSM books(like 50 shades, only well written) then try The Professional by Kresley Cole. It's a really interesting look at what a healthy BDSM relationship can look like, without the abusive dynamic.
  23. I actually decided on my surgeon before looking at prices. I saw a lot of his work on real self and felt he could acheive the look I was going for. Also, I'm in Perth. I did have a consult here with Tony Connell and was quoted $14000 for the same procedure. Flying from Perth to the other side of Aus (where most of the surgeons who charge less than $10000 are) is considerably more than going overseas sadly. If I had have gone for rounds over the muscle it would have come in around $4500 but as I wanted anatomical dual plane the cost was higher. And visting Thailand (my favourite place in the whole world) and combining a family holiday was an added bonus. I think if I was at home I would have been tempted to run around after my kids and probably do too much. (I'm a solo mama) Lying by the pool and sightseeing was a hell of a lot more relaxing!
  24. I was a 10AA before surgery(I had to shop in the teen section at Best n Less- nowhere else made small enough!) I reckon I've come out around a C cup now although I wont know what size I am until I get sized at the 3 month mark. I didn't want to go too huge, just proportionate with the rest of me. I took pics with me to show the doctor, but didn't end up needing them, as he had a little slide show prepared on his laptop with examples of what we could achieve. I don't want to say this too loud for fear of giving people the wrong idea, but my recovery was easy! The hardest part was waking up immediately after surgery, I was in a lot more pain than I expected to be in. The nurses said i had morphine in my drip so I couldn't have any more pain relief. I'm really glad I ended up bringing my own panadeine extra from Australia(with codeine) because every six hours was not enough pain relief for me, I was in pain after 4 hours. The nurses were very lovely apart from that though. And that was only the first 24 hrs, I made sure to get moving and get out of bed and walk around and do some stretches within the first 12 hrs which helped immensely I think. By day 3 I had hardly any pain and was going out adventuring with my cousin and my kids. I'm 3 weeks PO now and feel fantastic. Best descicion ever!
  25. I started freaking out the other day t two weeks PO because I had been relatively pain free for few days, and then suddenly out of nowhere both breasts were really tender and sore. Then it hit me............my period! OOOOh yeah,they used get bit sore before my period pre-op, but they are way more out there now, more easily bumped/rubbed and have just been stretched and pulled and cut.I'm such doofus sometimes.
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