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About JustRight4Me

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  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    Dr Mark Lee, Feb '16
  • Measurements
    169cm, 65kg, 12B

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  1. This forum seems to have gone quiet as you more than likely would have got a reply on the day once upon a time 520/560 (negligible difference in size) would take a B cup woman to well over E cup, especially if your BWD is 14.5. I don't think anyone has felt they went too big so hopefully you're happy with your results
  2. I can't say I've heard of him but I got my BA over a year ago and since then, quite a few new doctors have arrived on the scene offering under 10K BA. I think as long as he is an actual plastic surgeon and not a cosmetic surgeon, you shouldn't go wrong medically. As for whether he can deliver the boobs you want, I don't know. Ask him to show any photos he may have of patients. I think the newer doctors with reviews here seem to have more feedback here.
  3. I think it's better to get consults once you have stopped breastfeeding to be honest. Tony Connell is well regarded so once your breasts have settled, he'd no doubt give you a better opinion. If you do need a lift, I believe he is the man though. Not cheap but if a lift is required, it's not worth going cheap IMHO. If you only need a standard augmentation then you can look at the newer docs on the block. Many women seem very happy with their results and most are charging under 10K these days. I went with Mark Lee and he is brilliant. Not the cheapest but brilliant. I was functioning
  4. It may be worth researching treatments that help burns victims to help soften and loosen up scarring. It could be that you have a lot of scar tissues internally and it's pulling around nerves, or you may have some pinched nerves. It doesn't sound right at all to be having pain or discomfort after 18 months I hope you get some answers/help.
  5. Get the best sports bra possible if you choose to run. It's hard to avoid bounce and sadly bounce will cause boobs to go south, real or not I chose to go no bigger than 400cc as I am fairly active in marital arts and anything bigger would get in the way.
  6. I'm not sure how many months PO you are but I think some surgeons recommend not wearing push-up bras for at least 6 months. If you're over 6 months PO then no worries, though I think you'll have trouble finding them for larger boobs. I'd go to decent bra shop and ask what options there are for larger breasts. It may be that you don't need a push up bra but one that has the right structure to form cleavage. Good luck!
  7. You need to ask your surgeon first just in case. Is it a beginners class or more advanced class that involves contact? If beginners, you may just be learning the basics so as long as you have a good supportive sports bra, I don't see why not. It would be more the bouncing around that would be the issue. If the classes involve striking/kicking, I'd ask the people running the classes if they prefer that women wear protection anyway. I do a semi-contact martial arts and I think I went back to it fully after 4/5 months. I wear chest armour however if sparring.
  8. I think bottoming out happens much later (months/years) on when the implant is clearly falling under the natural breast's crease. Your breasts are just dropping at a different rate. It's hard not to worry but assess how things go towards the 6 months mark when things settle more
  9. It's hard to know without pre-op photos but if your breasts sat low in the beginning then the implants may have just followed the natural progression of going south. Having said that, I don't think they look saggy. They look lovely! They look remarkably natural although I appreciate that's not the look you were after. If your nipples started pointing downwards then I think it's worth addressing surgically again. However, if you can avoid a lift (especially before starting a family), I think that would be good. I suppose a larger high profile implant may hike the girls up again b
  10. I think the 285CC will put you into a D cup but we all know cup size doesn't mean too much. As someone else said, you may fit into a D but look more like a C. Implants often never look as filled out as natural boobs. I fit into DDs but they don't look huge at all. Most women feel they could go bigger so I'd talk to your surgeon again or get another opinion. Unless you don't have a lot of skin to work with, there's no reason why you couldn't go to 330 or so. Having said that, you need a jump of 100CC for a noticeable difference.
  11. My breast implants weigh 800g or so but I've learned to readjust my brain to the weight gain. I can be off by 1-2 kg over a space of a month or two so I don't think about subtracting the boobs anymore.
  12. I wouldn't go bigger given your frame and you're going over the muscle.
  13. Same - I thought I would need Mods with a BWD of 15cm but I got given HPs with about 13cm width and they are perfect. Every woman is different so I wouldn't focus on those numbers too much. HPs on me now make sense as I had some breast tissue to work with and I wanted cleavage over side-boob. It may be a good idea to see one more surgeon anyway.
  14. I think the implants you got look great on you! Given your height you wouldn't have wanted less than 400. You probably could have gone to 500 without it seeming too big too. However, as you're slim, I think it's good to be cautious and go with 400.
  15. I have similar stats and 400cc took me from 12B to 12DD. If you have natural breast tissue that puts you in a D cup, then I would think that you'll end up bigger than DD. If you don't have much breast tissue and it's mostly skin then the 390 should hopefully fill you out without going too big in cup size. I think the size sounds pretty good for your BWD though otherwise.
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