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About I HaveBoobs

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  • Location
    Perth
  • Surgery/ Procedure
    Breastaugmentation -440 cc anatomical implants
  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    Dr Sam Cunneen 8 November 2017
  • Measurements
    169.5 cm 5'7
  • Occupation
    Personal trainer Fitness instructor/Hairdresser
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    Watching Movies, dining out with my S/O and friends. Anything futness related

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  1. Dr Guy Watts is a fantastic surgeon he was a very close seccond to the surgeon who i went with (Dr Sam Cunneen ) give both of them a call and see who you feel the most comfortable with. Good luck on your BA journey Hi Nadya i had a consult with Dr Briggs during my research stage and while found him very knowledgeable i felt a litt rushed through my consult and he didn't answer all of my questions just gave me a pamphlet on breast augmentation and said if i had any more questions to book another consult so was not overly impressed with him, i hope your experience will be better.
  2. I have to agree with Lovley, your lips are young and youthful looking they are naturally full if you want to enhance them then a good bold lippy and a lip liner can work wonders.
  3. Ooh let me kniw how it goes, id like to try making sourdough, and don't feel bad at the slime not working I've tried many different recipes and the only one i can seem to get right is fluffy slime 😅
  4. Ok guys so who's been cooking/ baking up a storm during this isolation time. 😂😂 My kids said to me the other day that my cooking was fancy enough to go on Master Chef or MKR , must admit I have been cooking and baking things I wouldn't normally have the time to do but with spending more time at home I'm experimenting in the kitchen and have realised that I am actually quite a good cook, I surprised myself over Easter and pulled off a home made Pavlova 💪💪. What has been some of your triumphs.
  5. This forum is a great place to start as it has real life stories from actual patients , if you click on the find a clinician tab a list of all the plastic surgeons will drop down but Dr Tavakoli , Dr Miroshink, Dr Eddie Donna,Dr Ellis Choy are some of the names that come to mind for Sydney surgeon's read their bios and if you like the sound of one and their reviews then book a consultation as then you get to meet face to face and you can see if you feel comfortable with them plus having an idea or some pictures of what you're wanting to achieve is good to show the surgeon. 😊
  6. Are you starting with the same amount of existing breast tissue or have similar breasts to the before picture as if not then your post op result will not look like the after result . All a Breast Augmentation dose is give you a bigger version of what you have . As a guess I'd say they'd be a moderate plus implant , my best advice for you would be to find pictures of women with similar stats and before pics as yourself and then look at their afters and see if there is anything you like. Good luck on your BA journey 😊
  7. Hi @Kaleidoscope_Eyes I'm glad to hear your recovery is going well and wow time travles fast, you'd be around 7 wpo now, bet it feels great to wear pretty dresses again i too was not much of a dress person before boobs as i have no waist 😂 but boobs helped balance out my silhouette ,. Have you tried David Jones for small band bras i recently lost 15 kg and wear an 8 to 10 in bras also, i found some nice bras at Honey Bridette but they are a little on the costly side so wait till they have a sale . Hope all is well with you and stay safe 😊
  8. Thank you @LaurenT it was bloody hard work and took the better part of a yr to loose 15 kg, I did it naturally and the hard way . I mean no detox or special diet plans just clean eating ,watching my calorie intake and lots of heavey strenght training . 😊
  9. Hi and welcome, i am 5'7 and was 72 kg (34A) when i got my boobs and i am also quite Athelitecly built i just wanted to bakance out my proportions and was worried that boobs would make me look matronly but that was not the case, i have 440cc hp anatomical implants which balanced me out nicly the pic of me in the blue set is me at 70 kg and the pic of me in the crop top is after loosing 12 kg , not much changed in the boob department after the weight loss but having a smaller waist dose make them look a bit bigger but in a good way lol😅
  10. Hi there, is there a reason you are set on Motiva implants, have you had a consultation with a surgeon if so what have they reccomended for your breast footprint/ outcome (goals) ect. I think Dr Guy Watts and Sam Cunneen now use Motiva implants you could also try Dr Tony Connell. Best of luck with your search ?
  11. Glad to hear your surgery went well and I'm sure when the swelling goes down you'll be much happier being back to your previous size, and yes its crule how our mind plays tricks on us, i hope the recovery process is quicker and easy this time around. I too have lost quite a bit of weight like Cupcake ( i lost 15 kg) and i have noticed a bit of a change in my breasts which seem smaller however my cup size hasn't changed i feel i dont fill them out like i used to and my left breast which was my bigger breast my nipple sits a little lower than the right i don't need a lift as they are not droopy but i feel like i need a bigger implant to fill out the loose skin, I'm also still convinced that my left implant is crooked (i have anatomicals ) as the left breast has never looked quite right ( hoping to have a revision in a year or two) . Congrats on the new boobies and you'll have to let je know how you like the Motiva implants
  12. This is good news. Glad to hear your incisions are healing well.
  13. That sounds like a good idea, if your not feeling up to it then taking a little extra time off would be beneficial, best not to over do it so soon after surgery and remember when you do go back to work fully to take it easy for a good week and ease yourself in gently.
  14. Glad to hear your feel better, your over the hardest part and it will only get easier, if you would like to friend request me we can see each others po pictures ?
  15. Hey @CJ- i took 3 weeks off my job as a hairdresser as it involves lots of time (all day in fact ?) with my arms raised and lots of blowdrying , my first werk back i was a little sore and tender but every day got easier. I also took 8 weeks off from my PT and Aerobic instructor job as you can imagine it is very physical, i started back at the gym at 3 wpo with light cardio and at 1 mpo i started with some light bodyweight lower body exercises and by 6 wpo i had started lifting light weights with my upper body (all of which was cleared by my surgeon first) Please listen to your body if you try to push/ lift something heavey at work and it dos'nt feel good then ask for help and wait a few more days before you try again.
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