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About sabP

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  • Birthday September 10

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  • Surgery/ Procedure
    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 :) :)
  • Interests
    running, hiking, reading, my boyfriend and my dog :) :)

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  1. Hey @Nic#460cc Your new breasts are looking fabulous already. You are healing really well, given all the things you've been through. So good that you're keeping a positive attitude to everything. xoxo
  2. Hey @MellieMoo There's a couple of threads on the forum re what to expect. Pre-op is fairly straightforward and your surgeon will advise what you need to do prior to arriving for your surgery. Post-op, pack your post-op bra and a button up loose fitting top and shorts or trackies to slip into. If you have long hair braid it as it might be a few days before you can wash your hair, unless your partner or a friend can help you. The surgeon will give you your post-op instructions and you need to follow them. They differ a bit from surgeon to surgeon. You can't lift anything for the first two weeks and definitely not a little one out of the cot. If your partner can't help, is there anyone else who can help you? Or get your little one to put their arms around your neck and legs around your waist, rather than you lifting them. Rest and recuperate and take it really easy and be gentle with yourself. Recovery differs from person to person. Some struggle and some cruise through. I was lucky to cruise through and I hope you do too :) Maybe have some pre-prepared meals you can take out of the freezer, it'll be hard to cut up veggies and things for a couple of weeks. You also can't lift your arms above your head for the first week or so. For me driving was out for the first week. In your other post you ask about what to say to your 4 year old. Not a lot really, just say mummy had an operation and they need to be gentle with you. They may not notice your boobs or they might - it's up to you how much you tell them. You could say mummy needed to get her boobs fixed after breastfeeding or something like that. Simple and not too complicated. Good luck with your surgery, we'll be thinking of you and keep us posted as to how you go xoxox
  3. I'm with @I HaveBoobs on the Berlei sports bras, they are the best at keeping the girls in place with minimal/no movement. I run a lot, so needed a good sports bra or three!! I wore my compression bra at night for a bit longer than recommended, then swapped to crop tops. I still wear a crop bra/top to bed most nights as I like that little bit of support - I'm almost 2 years post-op
  4. @Cupcake85 you look simply stunning!!! xoxo
  5. Hey @Cupcake85 I'm in Perth too A friend of mine is a G cup and small back/band. She has found some bras at Myers, although it is difficult to get wire-free, but maybe check online or even call them.
  6. Hey @Sandy_ I have 375cc. However, I have anatomical, dual plane, moderate plus profile. So even though I have the same cc's that have been recommended for you, mine probably look quite different. It also depends on how much breast tissue you have to start with and your overall physical anatomy. I went from a 12AA to a 12DD.
  7. Hey @Cupcake85 that is wonderful to hear. I'm so happy for you that your surgery went well and your recovery seems to be off to a really good start. Plus you have your awesome new boobs xo
  8. Hey @Panda 33 your symptoms don't sound like ALCL. However, if you have unusual pain or anything that is of concern, you really should make an appointment with your surgeon for a follow up. Call your surgeon and book in and let us know how you go xoxo I have mentors too.
  9. You look so much better this time around. Hopefully your recovery goes smoothly now, rest and recuperate and be gentle with yourself xoxo
  10. Thanks for the update @I HaveBoobs I think it is possible that there may be scar tissue, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's a problem. But for sure get a second opinion.
  11. Oh hunny that is not good, I really do feel for you. I hope they can correct and fix and that you can re-start your recovery - sending you all good vibes and hugs xoxo
  12. This is fast, but best to get it done asap. Keep us posted as to how it all goes. Thinking of you xo
  13. Hey hun, didn't the doctor say what caused it the first time round? There must be a reason.
  14. Hey hun, it's perfectly normal to feel up and down and crappy and good, it's all part of the healing and recovery process I didn't have a lift and I'm sure that having both a lift and implants makes the recovery longer and more painful, so I do feel for you. if you feel you need to lay down at the end of the day go with it - just listen to your body and rest when you need to. Two weeks is still very early days and I promise you it will get better. Take it easy, appreciate that your husband can take time to help with the kids and give yourself the time and space to recover. You have had really major surgery and it will take a bit longer for you to start to feel normal But it will happen. Take it one day at a time and be patient and kind to yourself. We are here to offer you support whenever you need it xoxo
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