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  1. I got 420g anatomicals. I was a small A before and now I'm measuring a 6F. Which isn't that big BTW... It's what I thought a DD looked like!
  2. I got 420g anatomicals and went from an A to an F cup. I'm happy with the size but can't imagine being any bigger. It's hard enough to find a bra as it is!
  3. Hi girls... It's been a while but I thought I would post because I found a great bra today and I thought I would share. I've lost quite a bit of weight since my revision in May which means some of the bras that I bought are too big. I've gone from a 12E to a 10F to now a 8F/6F. I went to a local bra shop today and found a great bra. It's the Deco Moulded Plunge Bra by Freya. For all your girls that want a bra to centralise your boobs I would recommend trying this one on. My boobs at usually fairly far apart and this bra really brings them together without "push-up" padding. It like "hello cleavage!!". The straps are nice and wide so it's comfortable. The band also has 3 hooks so is supportive. Apparently it's one of Freya's most popular styles. http://www.freyalingerie.com/lingerie/essentials/deco/underwired_moulded_plunge_bra.aspx?colour=nude
  4. I went into David Jones the other day and they did not have a one black t-shirt bra in a 10F. Definitely no good for larger sizes. I've been to BnT or Myer so far. What I really want now though is a bra that isn't so rigid in the cups. I swear the bras makes them look massive. It would be good for them to look a bit more natural at times but still have some support.
  5. I had 9 days between consult and surgery because I wanted my PIP's out and that was the next available time.
  6. I actually think there is more to it than "boobie greed". When I was pregnant and breastfeeding my boobs got significantly larger than before and I hated them. They had no shape and were just big. I had to wear a bra all the time and they just felt floppy. I wanted them gone!!! Fast forward to my revision and I'm 100% happy with having large boobs. I'm now a 10F and love that they are firm and perky, no bra required. I was never of the mindset "bigger of better" - first time I only went up to a C cup myself. This time I thought I'd be a D but ended up bigger (not complaining now). Basically I think the experience of having large real breasts can be completely different to the experience of having large augmented breasts, which is why women have different perspectives. That said if you have enough of your own I would just lift or reduce to the size you a comfortable so that you don't have to worry about the "upkeep" of implants.
  7. Hi Millchops I saw James Katsaros in Adelaide (plastic surgeon) for my revision and I'm very happy with the outcome. Nothing against cosmetic surgeons but for my first BA I saw a cosmetic surgeon and ended up with PIP implants. I decided to go with James Katsaros because a couple of my friends had used him and he had never used PIP's for any of his patients. I think he did a better job with the incisions, they have healed a lot better than the first time. I'll add you as a friend so that you can see my pics. I suggest that you ask each Dr for an itemised quote so that you can see where the costs differ. Edited to add: By the way James Katsaros has his own day surgery so no overnight stay is required. BK xo
  8. Hey there! You've definitely come to the right place. Many of us are here because we were unhappy with the breasts nature gave us so please don't feel embarrassed. There have been some previous threads on this which I have copied below. I'm sure some of the other ladies will have some good advice for you! http://www.plasticsurgeryforum.com.au/forums/showthread.php?2746-Tubular-Breast-Syndrome-(&highlight=tubu%2A http://www.plasticsurgeryforum.com.au/forums/showthread.php?2345-Please-Please-Please-Help-Advice-needed-on-Tubular-Breast-Correction&highlight=tubu%2A http://www.plasticsurgeryforum.com.au/forums/showthread.php?2116-Tubular-breasts&highlight=tubu%2A http://www.plasticsurgeryforum.com.au/forums/showthread.php?2913-Tuberous-Breasts-(&highlight=tuber%2A http://www.plasticsurgeryforum.com.au/forums/showthread.php?481-Tuberous-Breasts-Help!&highlight=tuber%2A BK xo
  9. By the sound of your description rounds seem to be the way to go. Anatomicals give some fullness but I guess they are designed to give a slope... Rather than a defined edge. Unders will flatten the upper pole a little because the chest muscle pushes down on the top of the implant. This is of course much better than rippling etc!!!
  10. I don't know who is good but I would try and find an ENT who also does plastic surgery. ENT's won't necessarily worry about what your nose looks like in the same way a plastic surgeon will.... They are more focused on the plumbing.
  11. Not long until your op!! Wishing you all the best for your boobie birthday!!
  12. I had unders (crease incision) and it didn't affect breastfeeding at all for me. I breastfeeding both my kids for almost a year each.
  13. I have full projection anatomicals which project 5.3cm. Have a look at my album. I love the projection... Makes your waist look small. Yours would only be 0.7mm more.
  14. Completely agree! I kept grabbing the D and DD bras because in my mind that's what I pictured my size to be. They simply do not fit though! I tried on a 10E at Target and it was strangling my boobs...
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