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    cm29 got a reaction from I HaveBoobs in Annual leave or sick leave   
    I had to take annual leave as my workplace wouldn’t accept sick leave because it’s not a medical emergency surgery it’s considered an elective surgery. I returned to work after 2 weeks on “light duties” which in my job doesn’t exist being a childcare teacher but all the other girls helped me out with everything I wasn’t allowed to do. 
    I work in childcare too. Best thing I did was tell my boss because even going back after two weeks I couldn’t do hardly anything, I wasn’t allowed to lift more than 3-5kg for 6 weeks p/o so that limited me big time. Couldn’t lift children off parents and even had to say to the parents sorry I’ve had a medical procedure and I’m unable to lift I’ll get another educator to help you. I couldn’t set up yards, beds or any of that stuff it was also a struggle for me to do the cleaning because I couldn’t lift mop buckets and the side to side movement of mopping was punish and vacuum too, it really hurt to vacuum you don’t realise how much your pectoral muscles engage with every day to day activity. they are still really tender after 2 weeks. I couldn’t really reach my arms up at all either so i had to get colleagues to reach up on high shelves and cupboards to get things down for me. Also getting up and down off the ground was hard, when patting kids at rest time because your not allowed to use your arms to push yourself up while the implant is settling into the capsule. 
    The people I work with made it so much easier because they new what I had been through, helped me out up until the 6 week mark. Plus I felt comfortable because I work with all females and we all get along well. But it just made it easier when I told my boss that I have decided to take on elective surgery and will need two weeks time off to recover and then they had to approve it because I was booked in for a surgery. 
     
    Goodluck x
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    cm29 got a reaction from I HaveBoobs in Boob greed   
    Glad I’m not the only one can’t wait to go bigger but I’ll give it a few years until after kids cause I’m only 20. I think 2 boob jobs this young is too much ?
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    cm29 got a reaction from ayesha79 in Boob greed   
    Glad I’m not the only one can’t wait to go bigger but I’ll give it a few years until after kids cause I’m only 20. I think 2 boob jobs this young is too much ?
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    cm29 reacted to Ss84 in Boob greed   
    I have major boob greed! I am 12 weeks post op and completely regret ever having my boobs done. They are way smaller than I had hoped and when I had my review appt with my surgeon he said that my implant size was quite large for my frame. One boob still hasn't dropped and I feel that it's a little flat around the nipple, my breasts feel numb and you can barely tell I have boobs. Sorry for the rant ?
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    cm29 reacted to Girl1999 in Boob greed   
    I've got cleavage greed.  Like my size, just wish I could get a natural looking cleavage when I push them together.  It's probably just the way I'm set up with a big gap between them.  I'd probably need much bigger implants over the muscle and then they'd look weird?
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    cm29 reacted to Melbmummy in Boob greed   
    Think its extremely common.  
    I am 2yrs on after my surgery and desperately wanting bigger . Ive got an appointment with my surgeon next month to discuss. 
     
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    cm29 reacted to Lynxuskitten in Boob greed   
    Yep major boob greed. I'm 2 weeks post op even before the drop and fluff and i probably measure a 10dd or e...
     
    But i want 800cc they would match my frame
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    cm29 reacted to I HaveBoobs in Boob greed   
    I to get boob greed and wish i had gone bigger but for me i kinda think that if there is nothing wrong with them or no complications then i dont see the need to go through another surgery to just increase the size, plus money is an issue atm as we are building a house.
    I do know how you feel though and if it's somthing that you really want then i say go for it .
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    cm29 reacted to misstons in Boob greed   
    Revision is super common for upgrades. If you want to do it, do it. I don’t regret it for a second, would even go a third time even if could in Australia.
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    cm29 got a reaction from I HaveBoobs in Boob greed   
    How many of you have had a revision to get bigger boobs. I had surgery in February and got 325cc and I love them but I want them bigger already! 
    How common is it for you to have revision surgery because you wish you went bigger 
     
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    cm29 got a reaction from Girl1999 in Cleavage   
    Omg me too it’s happening right now 
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    cm29 got a reaction from I HaveBoobs in Cleavage   
    Omg me too it’s happening right now 
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    cm29 reacted to I HaveBoobs in Cleavage   
    Yes I've had this too, i guess you dont really notice these kinda things till you get boobs ?
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    cm29 got a reaction from Watergirl in I think I chose the wrong size   
    I feel the same I wish I hadve gone bigger still. Next time will definitely go bigger
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    cm29 reacted to Zoey23 in Dropping faster then the other   
    I’m o my 3 weeks PO, but have the same issue! My PS assured me they will even out!
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    cm29 reacted to LaurenT in I think I chose the wrong size   
    I would imagine that you will have to fully recover before your surgeon will operate again. I could be wrong though. 
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    cm29 reacted to sabP in I think I chose the wrong size   
    Hey @Watergirl, sorry to hear you are disappointed with your size. A couple of things for you to maybe consider. 1) they have not gone through the drop & fluff process yet as you are only day 4, they will change over the next weeks and you may be happier with them when they do. 2) lots of girls go for revision surgery up or down in size and if you do decide to upsize, give yourself 6-12 months or whatever timeframe your PS recommends to heal from this surgery, discuss your concerns with him/her, then go for revision if that is what you want.
    I'm sure lots of girls here can talk to you about their personal experiences with revision surgery
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    cm29 reacted to Watergirl in I think I chose the wrong size   
    I only had my surgery 4 days ago and I'm feeling a bit down. I was indecisive about getting the Motiva Ergo Mini (moderate) or Demi (moderate plus). I didn't want anyone to notice I'd had implants so was worried the Demi would be too big but at the same time was worried the Mini would be too small. I left it to the surgeon to decide in surgery which way to go after showing him photos of my desired outcome. He went with the Mini 310cc (my full BWD of 12.5cm).
    Now I think they are too small. I am already kicking myself that I didn't ask for the Demi (moderate plus 360cc). They are similar to me breastfeeding boobs. I had thought they would be a bit bigger. The rice sizers definitely looked alot bigger. It is constantly on my mind. I have my one week follow-up appointment on Thursday. I've even had the thought of having another operation already to get the Demi ones. The surgeon wouldn't charge anymore but I would have to pay the hospital and anesthetist fees again. I can't believe I am even considering this. I wish I had been confident not to care that people might notice and just get the moderate plus. I doubt they would have noticed now that I have seen the moderate is no bigger than my push up bra. 
    So do you think I will get over this feeling and just be happy that I do have full boobs (just not as much projection as I'd like). I know I could still wear a push up bra to make them look bigger when I want to.... but kind of defeats the purpose of having implants! I'm happy with how they look naked but with clothes they get hidden too easily. I feel so conflicted. I know I should wait and see but I want to get back to normal life as quickly as possible and not go through the recovery twice so if I was going to get a larger implant size I'd rather do it now.
    Has anyone else felt like this and did your feelings change over time?

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    cm29 got a reaction from I HaveBoobs in Dropping faster then the other   
    Thank you so much ladies ❤️ Good to hear I’m not the only one ? @sabP @Wanting boobs @Teardrops
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    cm29 reacted to JD* in Dropping faster then the other   
    I haven’t had my surgery yet  I’m sure they’ll be fine, they look amazing! 
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    cm29 got a reaction from sabP in Dropping faster then the other   
    Thank you so much ladies ❤️ Good to hear I’m not the only one ? @sabP @Wanting boobs @Teardrops
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    cm29 reacted to sabP in Dropping faster then the other   
    Hey hun... I am very much the same and pretty much identical to @Wanting boobs except the mirror image. My right side was slightly smaller to start, but I had the same CC. My left has always been bigger and a better shape and the right has taken longer to get it's sh*t together!! Mine also started to even out by 5 months (nearly 6 months now) and not that noticeable now.
    Check out my gallery pics for progress - I will post my 6 months in early June.
    Yours look awesome and they will even out and catch up to each other  
     
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    cm29 reacted to I HaveBoobs in Dropping faster then the other   
    I was exactly like you i had one breast  biggerthan the other before my BA and had the same size implant in both breasts as the difference was small . For the first few months my left breast was always the bigger one and the first to drop and that was my tighter side ( tight chest muscle according to my PS ) but at about 5 mpo they started to even out. If you head over to my progress pics you will be abel to see. I need to post some more pics but i think I have a 6 mpo one on there and they look more even now, so i would say yes it's quite normal just give it a bit more time. ? They look good by the way 
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    cm29 reacted to JD* in Dropping faster then the other   
    If one boob was slightly bigger than the other prior to surgery, it may not appear symmetrical once the dropping process is finished.
    It does appear your right boob is still a bit high up, so I would give it more time to settle. I wouldn’t be too concerned at this point, as your boobs look great regardless! ?
    My boobs are slightly asymmetrical, so I’ll be bringing this up at my next consult. 
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    cm29 got a reaction from I HaveBoobs in When did yours drop?   
    They are always bigger straight after surgery because they were so swollen so now the swelling has gone down they will look smaller. My surgeon said that’s most of his patients biggest let down because they get used to how big they are with swelling 
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