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About Catita001

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    Breast Implants
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    5'2, 50kgs, 10E

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  1. I've purchased my Freya 8F bras from the online shop you have mentioned and love them. So much cheaper! I also shop at bendon too! They usually have heaps of sales and stock beautiful larger cup sizes! ?
  2. I doubt you've done damage, hopefully the soreness has subsided. I had my BA done months ago and I still cannot sleep on my belly and I've just come to the conclusion I am destined for ***** sleep forever. To be honest I haven't had a good night sleep since I got my BA. Eh it's a nightmare! I try to use pillows but I dunno- I always end up waking up on my stomach basically planking on my boobs. I am am going to invent some sort of boob pillow if I don't find a comfy way to sleep lol
  3. Ha. This isn't the only place that uses unsafe practices- but god forbid you mention anything on this forum, it's actually pointless to have an opinion of a cosmetic surgeon on here- so hopefully 60 minutes compiles a list of all the disaster stories and botched jobs and informs the public of them. Doubtful *sigh*
  4. Depends on what your idea of too big is. I'm 155cm, 48kg and I'm now struggling to fit a 10e- I am possibly even a cup bigger. I had 365cc unders put in. I personally think I should have gone bigger but god knows what other crap i would have gone through after my surgery if I did go bigger- so no, I don't think 400cc will be too big- if performed by a doctor that is experienced and is professional you'll hopefully love the results you get! ?
  5. My right implant was ridiculously high and only revision surgery helped me. I was getting massages by my physio before that also to see if it would drop. Although my revision didn't actually turn out to b great- it's better than what it was. Seeing you've gone with a PS I would just push for the revision. It's a relatively simple procedure and u will notice the results almost immediately.
  6. I have to completely agree with you Dee! I was just speaking to a gf and said the exact same thing! I would rather give birth again with no drugs like I did with my two- than experience the pain of the first few days of my BA! And I honestly think I have an extremely high pain tolerance! It is different for everyone and maybe I'm just a pussy but- it was painful lol
  7. Hi there I had deflated boobs after breast feeding two children- and personally the pain for me was excrutiating. It had everything to do with my muscle not the excess skin. It was brutal. I thought my ribs on my right side were broken at one time lol. I'm okay now and maybe it was just the CS I used? Hopefully you have a pain free BA lol fingers crossed X
  8. Hey, your stats are similar to mine- 47kg, 155cm- I went from a 8/10B and I have just gotten fitted for a 10E. I had 365cc, round XHP. Hope that helps
  9. I asked for my medical history to be taken off only because I found it completey intrusive, also it was so incorrect and really attempted to maliciously minimize the extent of what happened to me- the others posts I presume the CS or his clinc manager removed- probably scared that the information leaked could get traced back to them. This whole ordeal has been so draining- both emotionally and physically (pretty sure you can agree Danielle) and I'm just hoping that either he gets better at what he does and takes more care- or girls get smarter and just do not go to him. If I could turn back time I would have saved the money and gone with a PS who would have given me the appropriate care when I needed it.
  10. Let's just ride the positive train... If we all start arguing I'll probably have an anxiety attack and I can't deal with that ***** right now with one morphed looking boob aswell lol Let me tell a joke to lighten the mood: A family is at the dinner table. The son asks the father, “Dad, how many kinds of boobs are there?” The father, surprised, answers, “Well, son, a woman goes through three phases. In her 20s, a woman’s breasts are like melons, round and firm. In her 30s and 40s, they are like pears, still nice, hanging a bit. After 50, they are like onions.” “Onions?” the son asks. “Yes. You see them and they make you cry.” This infuriated his wife and daughter. The daughter asks, “Mom, how many different kinds of willies are there?” The mother smiles and says, “Well, dear, a man goes through three phases also. In his 20s, his willy is like an oak tree, mighty and hard. In his 30s and 40s, it’s like a birch, flexible but reliable. After his 50s, it’s like a Christmas tree.” “A Christmas tree?” the daughter asks. “Yes, dead from the root up and the balls are just for decoration.” Here's to having 20s, perky melon boobs forever (eventually will get there *sigh*) X
  11. Lol that picture is definitely the kind of mentality I think he has. Wow I feel awful for the other girl- you should definitely get her to add me as a friend and ill chat with her. Hopefully she got the care she needed and well deserved. Xx
  12. I don't really know what to say to that. There are always risks with surgery I'm not denying that- it was more my post op care The fact no one wanted to help- the fact I had to make medical decisions on my own at my own risk etc etc. People can continue to sing his praises bc I'm sure on the odd occasion he gets it right. But for the times when things go awfully wrong- well that's the scary bit isn't it. If I knew then what I know now I would never ever have gone through with any of it. But this is all my experience- and I'll do what I have to, to make sure it doesn't happen to anyone else. I guess with the women that choose to risk going with him all I can say is good luck. -*sigh*
  13. Thanks for all the well wishes. This whole experience has been so emotionally draining. I'm looking at options at the moment- and yes after all this happened I started reading up on all the negative experiences with this doctor- because I only saw positive ones hence why I went with him in the first place. Eh. I definitely understand there are complications when it comes to any surgery- but the fact I had only the nurse support afterwards- oh and the manager of the clinic literally calling me half a dozen times a day giving me medical advice (she is not medically trained what so ever) it's just unacceptable. If it wasn't for the nurse who was so worried and amazing in helping me and making sure I got the appropriate outside care I truly believe something much worse would have happened to me. I'm not exaggerating when I say that I was GUSHING blood out of my breast- it was like the gush had a pulse. I'm seeing the other doctor today who was meant to be giving me post op treatment- see what he has to say for himself. I'm sure excuses will be made. I'll keep you all posted. Xxx
  14. Yes! That's the thing this doctor is part of his team and I am meant to have a post op with him tomorrow eh. He just said he was "too busy". Ummm hello I am bleeding out here. The plastics team at the hospital had to call the nurse as my doc was away and she wanted me to go under to stop the bleeding. It's all been such a huge nightmare. My doctor called once from overseas- to see how much blood was on the gauze (by then it had soaked 8 times through). That's it. I've heard nothing else. I would love to just tell all the girls who this doctor is but I'm considering taking legal action so I may wait. I'll keep everyone informed though as I would hate this to happen to anyone else. I have an appointment with my GP tomorrow also to talk about this whole not sleeping issue I'm having now. Thanks so much for listening, I appreciate it. Xxx
  15. Hi girls, So I had revision on my right breast on Monday to drop the implant as it was so high- my surgeon coincidentally decided to go on holidays the next day my op. I had a drain tube in- yet after day 2 of mass bleeding- my GP along with the amazing nurse at the clinic realized I was hemorrhaging By then I was in denial that I had to go under again and stop the bleeding- but not that this was an option bc my surgeon left me with no help- no instructions- the doctor who was meant to help refused to see me or even go near my breast. So I ended up in emergency public hospital- 2 nights. The plastic team there were basically in shock I was left to bleed to death basically- not knowing what to really do that my surgeon had no back up plan- no after care doctor nothing. If it wasn't for the surgeons nurse helping me I don't know what I would have done. I'm so tired and drained and emotionally messed up- not sleeping, nightmares. I actually remember begging the staff to make sure I didn't die on the table before he went in to revise my boob. *sigh* so ironic. Has this happened to anyone else? I'm on my way to recovery but this experience has left me absolutely traumatized. My breast is so swollen and sore. Okay vent over! Thanks xxx
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