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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from JulieA in Recovery and exercise after op   
    I finally lost my Christmas weight after my BA. I went on a clean diet, drank lots of green juices and reduced sugar and caffeine dramatically  I wasn't paranoid about weight gain but I did want to maximise healing. 
    In the end, I didn't care too much about my fitness routine as my new boobs were amazing and I was committed to making sure I recovered well. They cost a packet so I wasn't going to go back to high impact activities etc. until I was good and ready. At almost 8 weeks PO, I'm still taking it easy. Quitting running has also been the best thing for my poor ageing knee
    Taking a break from running won't be the end of the world and I am sure you'll get back into it in due course. If you are concerned, I would start transitioning your exercise routine to leg only cardio every other day. Start adapting now so when you slowly get back into the gym, you'll mentally feel good for doing at least some exercise.
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from Venus in Recovery and exercise after op   
    I finally lost my Christmas weight after my BA. I went on a clean diet, drank lots of green juices and reduced sugar and caffeine dramatically  I wasn't paranoid about weight gain but I did want to maximise healing. 
    In the end, I didn't care too much about my fitness routine as my new boobs were amazing and I was committed to making sure I recovered well. They cost a packet so I wasn't going to go back to high impact activities etc. until I was good and ready. At almost 8 weeks PO, I'm still taking it easy. Quitting running has also been the best thing for my poor ageing knee
    Taking a break from running won't be the end of the world and I am sure you'll get back into it in due course. If you are concerned, I would start transitioning your exercise routine to leg only cardio every other day. Start adapting now so when you slowly get back into the gym, you'll mentally feel good for doing at least some exercise.
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    JustRight4Me reacted to dianap90 in Recovery and exercise after op   
    I am a pretty experienced lifter and I am planning to just reduce my calories by say 300 in the few weeks after when I cant train, it is exactly what I did when I had a hernia repair and I did not put on weight in those 6 weeks. I am more concerned with losing strength! But at the end of the day fitness is a lifetime commitment so the few months recovery aren't going to ruin what you worked for
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from Nae in Recovery and exercise after op   
    I finally lost my Christmas weight after my BA. I went on a clean diet, drank lots of green juices and reduced sugar and caffeine dramatically  I wasn't paranoid about weight gain but I did want to maximise healing. 
    In the end, I didn't care too much about my fitness routine as my new boobs were amazing and I was committed to making sure I recovered well. They cost a packet so I wasn't going to go back to high impact activities etc. until I was good and ready. At almost 8 weeks PO, I'm still taking it easy. Quitting running has also been the best thing for my poor ageing knee
    Taking a break from running won't be the end of the world and I am sure you'll get back into it in due course. If you are concerned, I would start transitioning your exercise routine to leg only cardio every other day. Start adapting now so when you slowly get back into the gym, you'll mentally feel good for doing at least some exercise.
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from vlh76 in My BA with Dr Mark Lee   
    Yep! I think by the time you include your consult fee and sundries, just under 12K?
    Surgeon's fee is around $6500, anaesthetist's fee is $2000, hospital is $2700, drugs $300 (but I got some money back as I didn't need anything heavy duty), implants were $1250 (I think) and a few other miscellaneous things. Hope that adds up right! After your consult, you will get a full quote with all things itemised properly
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    JustRight4Me reacted to Effie in My BA with Dr Mark Lee   
    Glad to hear it! 12E!? Ah-mazing! I'm very much looking forward to getting sized and getting out of my hideous post-op bra. So happy to hear that you're loving your size  
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    JustRight4Me reacted to barbalicious40 in Older ladies and BA's   
    Im 41 had my surgery when i was 40 last December. .recovery was awesome. .have 2 kids and not having anymore. .so was my time
    No regrets ..i have nice boobs and totally in love with them ?
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from JulieA in Starting with a C cup pre-BA   
    Yep. It doesn't get discussed much but I think it's such an important consideration. A flat chested woman getting 400cc will look completely different to a woman who has some breast tissue getting the same amount. As @LaurenT said, your breasts will look softer and more natural right away too I think.
    Your plastic surgeon will give you a better idea but at a C cup, I'd say you have at least 200/300g of natural breast tissue. If you add 400cc to that, you end up with roughly 600cc of breast volume overall, whereas an A cup lady will have much less with the same implants. 
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from JStar in My BA with Dr Mark Lee   
    I thought I'd post this as a separate topic in case Perth ladies are searching for post-op feedback etc. 
    Anyway, I had my BA yesterday with Mark Lee (at SJOG Subi) and so far I am super happy. Thanks to this Forum, I know not to be worried about how my boobs look right now but I'm rather happy with the results so far too. I went from a small 12B to what I think is going to be a D. Just happy to have volume up top again!
    I had been considering a BA for at least the last two years but it was never the right time. I worried about the downtime as well even having a GA for a non-essential procedure. Finally after Christmas last year, I decided to do it but had to wait until all the PS offices came back from holidays. I have quite a few friends with implants so went with some recommendations. One surgeon was retiring this year so that ruled him out. I made an appointment with Dr Tony Connell and Dr Mark Lee for January. I had to cancel Tony Connell's consult (clashed with staycation with my kids) and was told by his office that the next appointment was early March!! I wanted to get my BA sooner than that! I think I secretly didn't mind as I was happy with Mark Lee's reviews anyway.
    My consult with Mark Lee went well. He's a lovely person and you feel confident in his abilities as a surgeon. The consult isn't long but he'll move you through the process efficiently and fully. He took into account my lifestyle (I'm into fitness and train in martial arts) as well as as my physique (169cm, 65kg, broad shoulders) to arrive at the right implant size. He suggested 375cc initially but I asked to bump it up to 400cc. I later went into the office again to play around with sizers and while 450cc was tempting, I stuck to 400cc. 500cc would have given me a more dramatic change but a significant lifestyle change too, which I didn't want.
    I was able to book my BA in fairly fast. I had some funds set aside and needless to say, hubby was excited so he happily parted with some coins too. Before I knew it, it was the day of the surgey
    I deliberately chose Wednesday as I had read that the anaesthetist who works on that day is amazing, and she was! Jenny Morgan is so down-to-earth and put me at ease even over the pre-op phone call. I'm sure the other anaesthetists are more than competent too but I'm glad I went for Wednesday
    The hospital staff was lovely and I never felt like I was out of the loop. I didn't have a huge wait (admitted at 11am, then taken away to pre-op area by 1:30pm). Mark saw me to say hello and make markings, then by 2pm, I was prepped by Jenny. All I remember is having small talk with her while monitors were stuck on me, then that was that. I woke up in recovery feeling drowsy, a little tight in the chest but pretty much no pain! I felt my chest and to be honest, I didn't think they seemed bigger LOL I now know it's because everything is so high and flat against my chest.
    I was then returned to my room where I had some food finally and rested. I was explained to by the nurse earlier in the morning that I may feel like I've done 1000 press ups in terms of pain but for most of the time, I was pretty comfortable other than the tightness. Once the local anaesthetic wore off later in the evening, I started to feel that muscle soreness but it was manageable. In fact, I ended up making hubby a coffee (the poor love was exhausted from being Mr Mom...) and did some minor tidying. I didn't feel that I couldn't move around or be 'normal'.
    I slept OK, propped up on pillows. I toss and turn a lot and prefer side sleeping so it was a challenge. When I woke up, I felt like I did those 1000 press ups but it wasn't like I couldn't get out of bed and do things. I have a lot of bruising as I had some armpit breast tissues snipped but otherwise it's looking good! I helped get the kids ready and made myself some green juice.
    In terms of meds, I took a Panadol Osteo and another pain killer before bed and did the same this morning. Depending on how I go after tomorrow, I will ease off on the stronger stuff and stick to Panadol Osteo. I have some anti-inflammatories and antibiotics to take as well.
    I'm on an anti-inflammatory diet for the next couple of weeks to try and get the swelling down. Lots of pineapple, black tea and Omega 3  I'll report back about whether that helps or not and I'll load some photos to my profile. So far so good anyway. I'm sure I'll have some challenging moments ahead but to be honest, I like keeping busy so hoping to take focus away from any pain or discomfort.
    Good luck to everyone else booked in for surgery  Feel free to ask me any questions.
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    JustRight4Me reacted to Kelly93 in My BA with Dr Mark Lee   
    This was a great read! Thanks for the feedback 
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from Ferralgirl in My BA with Dr Mark Lee   
    I thought I'd post this as a separate topic in case Perth ladies are searching for post-op feedback etc. 
    Anyway, I had my BA yesterday with Mark Lee (at SJOG Subi) and so far I am super happy. Thanks to this Forum, I know not to be worried about how my boobs look right now but I'm rather happy with the results so far too. I went from a small 12B to what I think is going to be a D. Just happy to have volume up top again!
    I had been considering a BA for at least the last two years but it was never the right time. I worried about the downtime as well even having a GA for a non-essential procedure. Finally after Christmas last year, I decided to do it but had to wait until all the PS offices came back from holidays. I have quite a few friends with implants so went with some recommendations. One surgeon was retiring this year so that ruled him out. I made an appointment with Dr Tony Connell and Dr Mark Lee for January. I had to cancel Tony Connell's consult (clashed with staycation with my kids) and was told by his office that the next appointment was early March!! I wanted to get my BA sooner than that! I think I secretly didn't mind as I was happy with Mark Lee's reviews anyway.
    My consult with Mark Lee went well. He's a lovely person and you feel confident in his abilities as a surgeon. The consult isn't long but he'll move you through the process efficiently and fully. He took into account my lifestyle (I'm into fitness and train in martial arts) as well as as my physique (169cm, 65kg, broad shoulders) to arrive at the right implant size. He suggested 375cc initially but I asked to bump it up to 400cc. I later went into the office again to play around with sizers and while 450cc was tempting, I stuck to 400cc. 500cc would have given me a more dramatic change but a significant lifestyle change too, which I didn't want.
    I was able to book my BA in fairly fast. I had some funds set aside and needless to say, hubby was excited so he happily parted with some coins too. Before I knew it, it was the day of the surgey
    I deliberately chose Wednesday as I had read that the anaesthetist who works on that day is amazing, and she was! Jenny Morgan is so down-to-earth and put me at ease even over the pre-op phone call. I'm sure the other anaesthetists are more than competent too but I'm glad I went for Wednesday
    The hospital staff was lovely and I never felt like I was out of the loop. I didn't have a huge wait (admitted at 11am, then taken away to pre-op area by 1:30pm). Mark saw me to say hello and make markings, then by 2pm, I was prepped by Jenny. All I remember is having small talk with her while monitors were stuck on me, then that was that. I woke up in recovery feeling drowsy, a little tight in the chest but pretty much no pain! I felt my chest and to be honest, I didn't think they seemed bigger LOL I now know it's because everything is so high and flat against my chest.
    I was then returned to my room where I had some food finally and rested. I was explained to by the nurse earlier in the morning that I may feel like I've done 1000 press ups in terms of pain but for most of the time, I was pretty comfortable other than the tightness. Once the local anaesthetic wore off later in the evening, I started to feel that muscle soreness but it was manageable. In fact, I ended up making hubby a coffee (the poor love was exhausted from being Mr Mom...) and did some minor tidying. I didn't feel that I couldn't move around or be 'normal'.
    I slept OK, propped up on pillows. I toss and turn a lot and prefer side sleeping so it was a challenge. When I woke up, I felt like I did those 1000 press ups but it wasn't like I couldn't get out of bed and do things. I have a lot of bruising as I had some armpit breast tissues snipped but otherwise it's looking good! I helped get the kids ready and made myself some green juice.
    In terms of meds, I took a Panadol Osteo and another pain killer before bed and did the same this morning. Depending on how I go after tomorrow, I will ease off on the stronger stuff and stick to Panadol Osteo. I have some anti-inflammatories and antibiotics to take as well.
    I'm on an anti-inflammatory diet for the next couple of weeks to try and get the swelling down. Lots of pineapple, black tea and Omega 3  I'll report back about whether that helps or not and I'll load some photos to my profile. So far so good anyway. I'm sure I'll have some challenging moments ahead but to be honest, I like keeping busy so hoping to take focus away from any pain or discomfort.
    Good luck to everyone else booked in for surgery  Feel free to ask me any questions.
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from vlh76 in My BA with Dr Mark Lee   
    I thought I'd post this as a separate topic in case Perth ladies are searching for post-op feedback etc. 
    Anyway, I had my BA yesterday with Mark Lee (at SJOG Subi) and so far I am super happy. Thanks to this Forum, I know not to be worried about how my boobs look right now but I'm rather happy with the results so far too. I went from a small 12B to what I think is going to be a D. Just happy to have volume up top again!
    I had been considering a BA for at least the last two years but it was never the right time. I worried about the downtime as well even having a GA for a non-essential procedure. Finally after Christmas last year, I decided to do it but had to wait until all the PS offices came back from holidays. I have quite a few friends with implants so went with some recommendations. One surgeon was retiring this year so that ruled him out. I made an appointment with Dr Tony Connell and Dr Mark Lee for January. I had to cancel Tony Connell's consult (clashed with staycation with my kids) and was told by his office that the next appointment was early March!! I wanted to get my BA sooner than that! I think I secretly didn't mind as I was happy with Mark Lee's reviews anyway.
    My consult with Mark Lee went well. He's a lovely person and you feel confident in his abilities as a surgeon. The consult isn't long but he'll move you through the process efficiently and fully. He took into account my lifestyle (I'm into fitness and train in martial arts) as well as as my physique (169cm, 65kg, broad shoulders) to arrive at the right implant size. He suggested 375cc initially but I asked to bump it up to 400cc. I later went into the office again to play around with sizers and while 450cc was tempting, I stuck to 400cc. 500cc would have given me a more dramatic change but a significant lifestyle change too, which I didn't want.
    I was able to book my BA in fairly fast. I had some funds set aside and needless to say, hubby was excited so he happily parted with some coins too. Before I knew it, it was the day of the surgey
    I deliberately chose Wednesday as I had read that the anaesthetist who works on that day is amazing, and she was! Jenny Morgan is so down-to-earth and put me at ease even over the pre-op phone call. I'm sure the other anaesthetists are more than competent too but I'm glad I went for Wednesday
    The hospital staff was lovely and I never felt like I was out of the loop. I didn't have a huge wait (admitted at 11am, then taken away to pre-op area by 1:30pm). Mark saw me to say hello and make markings, then by 2pm, I was prepped by Jenny. All I remember is having small talk with her while monitors were stuck on me, then that was that. I woke up in recovery feeling drowsy, a little tight in the chest but pretty much no pain! I felt my chest and to be honest, I didn't think they seemed bigger LOL I now know it's because everything is so high and flat against my chest.
    I was then returned to my room where I had some food finally and rested. I was explained to by the nurse earlier in the morning that I may feel like I've done 1000 press ups in terms of pain but for most of the time, I was pretty comfortable other than the tightness. Once the local anaesthetic wore off later in the evening, I started to feel that muscle soreness but it was manageable. In fact, I ended up making hubby a coffee (the poor love was exhausted from being Mr Mom...) and did some minor tidying. I didn't feel that I couldn't move around or be 'normal'.
    I slept OK, propped up on pillows. I toss and turn a lot and prefer side sleeping so it was a challenge. When I woke up, I felt like I did those 1000 press ups but it wasn't like I couldn't get out of bed and do things. I have a lot of bruising as I had some armpit breast tissues snipped but otherwise it's looking good! I helped get the kids ready and made myself some green juice.
    In terms of meds, I took a Panadol Osteo and another pain killer before bed and did the same this morning. Depending on how I go after tomorrow, I will ease off on the stronger stuff and stick to Panadol Osteo. I have some anti-inflammatories and antibiotics to take as well.
    I'm on an anti-inflammatory diet for the next couple of weeks to try and get the swelling down. Lots of pineapple, black tea and Omega 3  I'll report back about whether that helps or not and I'll load some photos to my profile. So far so good anyway. I'm sure I'll have some challenging moments ahead but to be honest, I like keeping busy so hoping to take focus away from any pain or discomfort.
    Good luck to everyone else booked in for surgery  Feel free to ask me any questions.
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from BunnyHop in My BA with Dr Mark Lee   
    I thought I'd post this as a separate topic in case Perth ladies are searching for post-op feedback etc. 
    Anyway, I had my BA yesterday with Mark Lee (at SJOG Subi) and so far I am super happy. Thanks to this Forum, I know not to be worried about how my boobs look right now but I'm rather happy with the results so far too. I went from a small 12B to what I think is going to be a D. Just happy to have volume up top again!
    I had been considering a BA for at least the last two years but it was never the right time. I worried about the downtime as well even having a GA for a non-essential procedure. Finally after Christmas last year, I decided to do it but had to wait until all the PS offices came back from holidays. I have quite a few friends with implants so went with some recommendations. One surgeon was retiring this year so that ruled him out. I made an appointment with Dr Tony Connell and Dr Mark Lee for January. I had to cancel Tony Connell's consult (clashed with staycation with my kids) and was told by his office that the next appointment was early March!! I wanted to get my BA sooner than that! I think I secretly didn't mind as I was happy with Mark Lee's reviews anyway.
    My consult with Mark Lee went well. He's a lovely person and you feel confident in his abilities as a surgeon. The consult isn't long but he'll move you through the process efficiently and fully. He took into account my lifestyle (I'm into fitness and train in martial arts) as well as as my physique (169cm, 65kg, broad shoulders) to arrive at the right implant size. He suggested 375cc initially but I asked to bump it up to 400cc. I later went into the office again to play around with sizers and while 450cc was tempting, I stuck to 400cc. 500cc would have given me a more dramatic change but a significant lifestyle change too, which I didn't want.
    I was able to book my BA in fairly fast. I had some funds set aside and needless to say, hubby was excited so he happily parted with some coins too. Before I knew it, it was the day of the surgey
    I deliberately chose Wednesday as I had read that the anaesthetist who works on that day is amazing, and she was! Jenny Morgan is so down-to-earth and put me at ease even over the pre-op phone call. I'm sure the other anaesthetists are more than competent too but I'm glad I went for Wednesday
    The hospital staff was lovely and I never felt like I was out of the loop. I didn't have a huge wait (admitted at 11am, then taken away to pre-op area by 1:30pm). Mark saw me to say hello and make markings, then by 2pm, I was prepped by Jenny. All I remember is having small talk with her while monitors were stuck on me, then that was that. I woke up in recovery feeling drowsy, a little tight in the chest but pretty much no pain! I felt my chest and to be honest, I didn't think they seemed bigger LOL I now know it's because everything is so high and flat against my chest.
    I was then returned to my room where I had some food finally and rested. I was explained to by the nurse earlier in the morning that I may feel like I've done 1000 press ups in terms of pain but for most of the time, I was pretty comfortable other than the tightness. Once the local anaesthetic wore off later in the evening, I started to feel that muscle soreness but it was manageable. In fact, I ended up making hubby a coffee (the poor love was exhausted from being Mr Mom...) and did some minor tidying. I didn't feel that I couldn't move around or be 'normal'.
    I slept OK, propped up on pillows. I toss and turn a lot and prefer side sleeping so it was a challenge. When I woke up, I felt like I did those 1000 press ups but it wasn't like I couldn't get out of bed and do things. I have a lot of bruising as I had some armpit breast tissues snipped but otherwise it's looking good! I helped get the kids ready and made myself some green juice.
    In terms of meds, I took a Panadol Osteo and another pain killer before bed and did the same this morning. Depending on how I go after tomorrow, I will ease off on the stronger stuff and stick to Panadol Osteo. I have some anti-inflammatories and antibiotics to take as well.
    I'm on an anti-inflammatory diet for the next couple of weeks to try and get the swelling down. Lots of pineapple, black tea and Omega 3  I'll report back about whether that helps or not and I'll load some photos to my profile. So far so good anyway. I'm sure I'll have some challenging moments ahead but to be honest, I like keeping busy so hoping to take focus away from any pain or discomfort.
    Good luck to everyone else booked in for surgery  Feel free to ask me any questions.
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from AlanaJ in Starting with a C cup pre-BA   
    Yep. It doesn't get discussed much but I think it's such an important consideration. A flat chested woman getting 400cc will look completely different to a woman who has some breast tissue getting the same amount. As @LaurenT said, your breasts will look softer and more natural right away too I think.
    Your plastic surgeon will give you a better idea but at a C cup, I'd say you have at least 200/300g of natural breast tissue. If you add 400cc to that, you end up with roughly 600cc of breast volume overall, whereas an A cup lady will have much less with the same implants. 
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from Cm45 in Why do implants measure bigger than they look?   
    I'm only just starting to worry about bras but as I don't think I'll be much over a D/DD, I think my range is still broad :| At least E, F, G + bras are looking sexier these days. I remember as a teenager (getting those slingshot training bras everyone had in 12A...) wondering who the heck would fit into an E cup and surmised that older ladies must end up with giant boobs after a while. Those bras were not pretty or youthful looking at all... :((
    Anyway, I think perhaps that natural breasts (especially E+ cup) pour into bras liked melted chocolate, whereas augmented bras are more solid and kinda sit in the cups? I think there's a vast difference in the body type (and therefore breast shape) of ladies with augmented E+ and naturally E+ boobs so I'm not surprised that it's hit or miss with mainstream bras
    There's definitely a market for augmented breast bras, especially bigger sizes. 
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from MaisieF in Starting with a C cup pre-BA   
    Yep. It doesn't get discussed much but I think it's such an important consideration. A flat chested woman getting 400cc will look completely different to a woman who has some breast tissue getting the same amount. As @LaurenT said, your breasts will look softer and more natural right away too I think.
    Your plastic surgeon will give you a better idea but at a C cup, I'd say you have at least 200/300g of natural breast tissue. If you add 400cc to that, you end up with roughly 600cc of breast volume overall, whereas an A cup lady will have much less with the same implants. 
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from barbalicious40 in Is one consultation enough?   
    I think it's totally fine if your case is straight forward  I only saw one surgeon, liked him, and booked the surgery the following week without questioning my decision. Other people need some different opinions but if you're happy with your first consult and the surgeon is otherwise reputable, go for it
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from Kelly93 in First Consult Booked with Mark Lee!   
    I'm almost 7 weeks PO and saw Mark Lee. No complaints whatsoever. I only saw him as I was fairly sure I'd be happy to go through surgery with him. He's very realistic and isn't backwards in being forward about telling you if a size is too big/small.
    He took my lifestyle into account (I practise martial arts) and suggested 375 HP. I jumped up to 400 but didn't want to go any bigger. I was a 12B to start with and the other day I got sized 12DD/12E depending on brand  
    You look like you've got enough natural breast tissue so anything from 350 to 450 will give you a nice size and shape. I think if you go much bigger, you'll end up quite big :|
    Hope you have a great consult. He will answer your questions concisely and go through the basics with you. If you feel rushed or forget to ask things, he is happy to answer questions via email or his lovely nurse Alex will help you. You can go in as many times as you like to try sizers too. I recommend taking in different types of tops you like to wear too
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from Ruby2015 in Similar Stats and Dr reviews :)   
    Our stats are similar  I had 400 HP put in which is perfect for me. I was a small 12B but had enough breast tissue of my own so happy I didn't go 500+. 400HP has so far put me in a 12D/10DD but I'll get a proper bra measurement later. 
    I'd play around with rice sizers (dry rice to roughly the same number of grams to CC) and wear different types of clothes with it. Consider other lifestyle factors too (do you run, are you planning on kids later etc.). Good luck!
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from Holly101 in Similar Stats and Dr reviews :)   
    Our stats are similar  I had 400 HP put in which is perfect for me. I was a small 12B but had enough breast tissue of my own so happy I didn't go 500+. 400HP has so far put me in a 12D/10DD but I'll get a proper bra measurement later. 
    I'd play around with rice sizers (dry rice to roughly the same number of grams to CC) and wear different types of clothes with it. Consider other lifestyle factors too (do you run, are you planning on kids later etc.). Good luck!
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from Ruby2015 in Is one consultation enough?   
    I think it's totally fine if your case is straight forward  I only saw one surgeon, liked him, and booked the surgery the following week without questioning my decision. Other people need some different opinions but if you're happy with your first consult and the surgeon is otherwise reputable, go for it
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from maybenewboobies in Any recent Mark Lee girls?   
    Def book in a time with Mark's nurse Alex who will give you her opinion too which was helpful for me. Spend as long a time as you like and even do some simple arm movements to see how they feel, as well as how they look. Bring in different styles of shirts too as crop tops are deceiving  
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    JustRight4Me got a reaction from vlh76 in Best Perth surgeon for natural look BA?   
    Tony Connell seems to be known for doing natural looking boobs. My friend had hers done by Dr Connell and she does indeed look like she was born with them. He has a preference for teardrop implants. Round implants can look natural too if you choose the correct size and profile for your body. A good plastic surgeon will help achieve your goal and fortunately, we seem to have a good bunch of surgeons here
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    JustRight4Me reacted to Kelly93 in Plastic Surgeons Perth - Help!   
    Thank you ladies your information is super helpful! 
    So far I have booked a consult with Dr Lee on 5 April so I'm super excited. I've actually heard great things about Edward Van Beem so he could be on my consult list too. Unfortunately by the sounds of things Cannell might be slightly out of my price range  
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    JustRight4Me reacted to June85 in How did you deal with pre op worries?   
    Thanks 
    Thanks so much for your advice. I think you are right . I probably have more of a chance worrying myself sick than getting issues with the implants! 
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