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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. Hey @I HaveBoobs I'm sure you GP/surgeon can check and reassure you. It doesn't sound like ALCL - the symptoms are different. I had a small hard lump a few years ago and went to my GP then a specialist, they did an ultrasound and a needle aspiration and it was a cyst. Let us know how you go xo
  2. Keep us posted and check them week by week and you'll notice the changes
  3. Hey hun, don't worry about the post-surgery bra or it's size. You have only just had your surgery and you won't really begin to know your final size until at least 6 weeks post-op. Even then it's only the start of the D & F process and they will continue to change for the next few months. Very likely you will get to a D. For an example, pre-surgery I was an AA cup; two weeks later I went bra shopping (got over excited and started way too soon) and I was a C cup. By the 6 week mark I was a DD which is where I still am at. Early days, try not to worry, just focus on your recovery and take it easy. xo
  4. Hey hun, I'm not in Brisbane, but if you do a search for Brisbane surgeons you will find threads with recommendations xo
  5. Hey hun, still very early days!! You will feel much better soon. Just take it day by day... they may feel huge, but you would still have post-op swelling. Often after the first week you start to feel like things are improving. Be gentle with yourself and give it time xo
  6. Hey @margaretriver I was advised 6 weeks 24/7, then I could move to regular bras including underwire. That worked perfectly for me and 6 weeks was enough!! However, if your surgeon suggests otherwise, it's best to always follow their instructions. I still wear a crop bra to sleep most nights, kinda like the security for my girls... now and again I let them 'free range' hahahahah
  7. Hey @margaretriver I do know how you feel, it can be tough in the early part of recovery, but it will get better - it just seems like it won't Take it day by day and you will notice overall improvement xo
  8. Thank you for sharing your story - you look wonderful and I am glad you had such a good experience in Thailand.
  9. Hey hun, I think she just meant because you were dizzy. Most of us (over or under) sleep in bed, but propped upright, it helps them settle and eases morning boob when you wake up. I hated it and had to sleep like that for a couple of weeks, it was such a relief when I could roll onto my side again!
  10. Hey hun, Call your surgeon's office and ask their advice on what you should do. But yes, you need to find out for sure if it is CC and if you need to take further action.
  11. Hey @Kit it is possible for them to drop at different rates and look a bit different. It's rare for breasts to be identical - sisters, not twins!! However, if you have concerns and feel sth is not quite right, please call your surgeon and make an appointment to discuss your concerns with them. xo
  12. Hey hun, welcome to the forum. Perhaps you could do a search through the threads for any information on those surgeons.
  13. Hey @TheTinyBean I only saw your post today. Lots of ladies have Motiva implants, perhaps if you do a search for the name through the forum threads you will find other ladies who have this particular brand of implant. Good luck with your decision and surgery
  14. Hey hun, this only just popped up in notifications. If you do a search through the threads for curvy, curvier, or bigger women - you may find a couple of conversations on this topic. There was a lovely lady a while back who was sharing her experience. Sorry I can't be of more help. Good luck with your decision xo
  15. By 8 weeks you will be feeling fine, however check with your surgeon and follow their directions. I think as long as you take it easy you should be fine and it's something to look forward to
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