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Katiesuzannah12

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Katiesuzannah12 last won the day on July 12 2016

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About Katiesuzannah12

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  • Location
    Brisbane
  • Surgery/ Procedure
    Breast Augmentation
  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    Dr Theo Birch, 9th of June 2016
  • Measurements
    172cm/62kg/ breast width 12cm/pre op 10A/post op 10E or 12DD

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  1. I had my breast augmentation three years ago. My left nipple has always been over sensitive. I've just kind of got used to it. Now both of them have become really sore and hypersensitive. Im worried now that I wont be able to breastfeed when I have kids because it will be too painful. I don't know what to do.
  2. Go with the 325-350cc! I have 390cc and can easily hide them or make them stand out when I want to. It's perfect ๐Ÿ˜Š
  3. I was nervous about how I would feel waking up as well. I remember slowly waking up and really struggling to keep my eyes open because I was so tired. I just wanted to go back to sleep! It's such a strange feeling really and I think everyone is different. The pain started pretty soon after I woke up but I just told the nurse and she gave me something that helped. I know it's scary when you don't know what to expect but just try to relax ๐Ÿ˜Š you will be fine!
  4. I live in Brisbabe so that would be great if you could recommend a bulk billing practice ๐Ÿ˜Š
  5. The redness has gone down heaps. Still painful though ๐Ÿ˜‘ I was supposed to get a mammagram but when I called the X-ray place the lady told me they don't do mammograms on women under 35. She said they could do an ultrasound but it would cost $219. I'm saving for a big europe trip in September so I don't really want to pay that much right now. Just going to wait and finish the antibiotics and if it's still bad I'll get the ultrasound.
  6. @D e The doctor said that it might be an infection and has put me on antibiotics. He said he won't really know whats going on until I get a mammogram. It's just so weird and very painful to touch.
  7. Hi Ladies, I had my surgery 8 months ago and have had no issues so far. Yesterday when I was having a shower I noticed a red patch on my right boob. When I pressed down it was really painful and I can feel a lump underneath. I woke up this morning and the red spot has gotten bigger. I'm booked into see a doctor today but I just want to know if anyone else has experienced something similar?
  8. I had sex 3 days after with my partner. That being said I was very cautious. My boobs hurt a little after, but everything else was fine.
  9. I work in child care and was back at work after 2 weeks lifting babies. I was just very cautious in how I was lifting them and took it slowly.
  10. @Michelle13 I was hesitant about going rounds โ˜บ but i'm so happy that I did!
  11. I couldn't stand sleeping on my back so I slept on my side and tummy from week 2..even though it wasn't recommended. My boobs are fine! They're soft and squishy too..and I haven't had any issues with bras not fitting, obviously I've had to go up a few sizes but ๐Ÿ˜it's hard when people have such a negative opinion. I've found my BA journey such a positive experience and I absolutely have no regrets. At the end of the day it's your body and you should do what makes you happy! All the best xx
  12. Pre BA I was a A cup, 172cm, 63kg and a BW of 12cm. My implants were 390cc. I'm now a 10E/12DD. Hope this helps โ˜บ
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