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About sabP

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  • Birthday September 10

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    BA Mentor brand 375CC textured anatomical/teardrop, dual plane/under the muscle, moderate plus profile
  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    8 December Mr Anthony Williams at Assure in Perth
  • Measurements
    165cm 61kgs was a 12AA and now a bouncy 12DD :) :)
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    running, hiking, reading, my boyfriend and my dog :) :)

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  1. I am now 12 months post-op (+ one week, I was on hols on the actual boobie birthday - 8 Dec). I am thrilled with the final outcome, the scars are pretty much invisible, they have settled into position nicely and look awesome in clothes, lingerie and swimwear 💗 💗 pics here in new bra and a pic of the scar line - other pics in my gallery. xoxo
  2. sabP

    Rotation 😟

    Hey ladies. Sorry to jump in on your conversation. I think it's now 4 girls who've had issues with this surgeon. Perhaps you can get together and put in a joint complaint. He needs to be investigated as this is unacceptable. I'm so sorry you're going through this trauma
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    One side smaller after BA

    Hey hun, do you have a final appt with your surgeon at the 12 month stage? It may be good to get his opinion. You shouldn't be able to feel the edge of the implant. I'm the same with the asymmetry, but like you, mine were asymmetric to start with. He may be able to reassure you or monitor you over the next few months xo
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    Big day tomorrow!

    Good luck for your surgery tomorrow hun, it'll be over before you know it. You'll fall asleep and wake with beautiful new boobs and yes think of all those gorgeous dresses and bikinis that will look amazing on you
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    Perth surgeons

    Hey hun, my plastic surgeon was Anthony Williams at Assure in Subiaco, he is qualified and experienced and is a meticulous and very thorough and professional surgeon. I could not recommend him more highly. He absolutely knows what he is doing and I am sure he would be able to help you with resolving Symmastia.
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    How long did it take you..?

    Hey hun, it really does vary with recovery times. My recovery went really well, I didn't take the pain meds, just panadol for the first couple of days. I was ill from the anaesthesia, but only on the first day and by day two I was fine - I always get sick from general anaesthetics. I think sleeping upright was the worst and I did that for two weeks, you need lots of pillows for support and one under your knees to ease potential lower back pain. I took it easy for the first week, but went for a slow walk on day one and kept moving as that helps with recovery. I am also very fit and healthy and that makes a difference as I didn't need my arms to push myself up and out of bed or chairs, I can use my legs and spring up easily. I was back to running by week 6, but it took a while to get my speed and distance back. I went back to swimming from around week 12. I am now almost 12 months post op and still thrilled with my decision to have my BA and with my outcome. xo
  7. I'm fine with underwire bras and they fit really well - have you had a proper fitting? I usually buy mine at Bras n Things, but I also have other brands like Pleasure State and Honey Birdette.
  8. Hey @JD* welcome to the other side!! I hope your recovery goes well, take it easy and be gentle with yourself xo
  9. You'll be fine hun, once you get to hospital it all goes really smoothly and fast. You'll fall asleep, wake up with new boobs Try to get a good sleep tonight, but don't worry if you don't, you'll catch up tomorrow!! xo
  10. Hey @JD* Good luck for your surgery tomorrow, you must be really excited now!! I hope your cold is better too, let us know how you go after surgery when you have your awesome new girls xo
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    Scar recovery

    Hey hun, same as @I HaveBoobs I didn't bother with the tape, way too expensive and the creams were great. I am pale skinned too and my scars are barely visible.
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    Scar recovery

    Hey lovely, your surgeon will advise you on scar care and you also will get follow up advice at your first post-op appointment. My first scar tape was removed at my week one appointment and then weekly for five weeks. After that you can use scar creams like Stratamed or Strataderm, which I did for a while, but my scars faded well and quickly. I am now almost 12 months post-op and my scars are almost invisible. Healing depends on the skill of your plastic surgeon with the incision and your skin type and how well you heal or scar generally. Good luck for your surgery xo
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    Cold before surgery

    Hey hun, that is annoying, but you are correct as long as you don't have a fever you will be fine. Echinacea and Vit C and Zinc - there is also a pharmacy med called Ease-a-cold, I find if I take that at the beginning it really lessens the cold symptoms and it ends faster. I think it's common due to the stress/nerves pre-surgery and a slightly lowered immune system. xo
  14. I know that feeling! It is so humiliating trying on bras and realising none fit because they don't stock anything that small... I now proudly walk into Bras n Things and happily try on the 12DD and have my choice of style, design, colour, push-up, wired, non-wired O_O Kid in a candy store Plus clothes look amazing now. You will have so much fun bra and clothes shopping with your new girls, good luck for your surgery xo
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    Wheat pack?

    Fair enough and I didn't need them Last minute nerves kicking in - that's normal. You will be absolutely fine and hopefully start getting excited again. Before you know it, surgery day will arrive, you'll fall asleep, wake up with new boobs and the nerves will have long disappeared!! xo