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    Dr. Narupon Rojanapithayakorn 3rd March 2013

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  1. Hi valentine I sent you a FR just trying to find a little info on doctor narupon.. I can't seem to be able to find a whole heap.. Thanks :)

  2. Hi everyone! It's almost 12 months since my surgery with Dr Narupon at PIAC and I would love to see a local surgeon here in Melbourne for a checkup. Nothing bad has happened to give me cause for concern, my boobs look great, but I'd just like to know that everything is as it should be. However, I'm really scared to contact an Australian surgeon about this as I'm worried I'll be judged or lectured for choosing overseas surgery. I'm also not sure if there are any surgeons out there who will see someone who is not their patient. Can anyone out there suggest a Melbourne based surgeon who would be good to get in touch with? Thanks!
  3. 171cm, 54kg, size 8/10. Feel free to add me to see my before and after photos
  4. 22nd May: It's been almost 11 weeks since my surgery and I'm feeling great. My boobs have been completely pain free since week 6/7 and there have been no further complications. I think the end of week six was definitely a turning point for me... the pain cleared up, I started wearing underwire bras (Dr Narupon said I could start wearing them at week 4), had sex (yey!) and returned to work at the strip club (no pole work yet). The implants have started to soften and it's hard for me to remember what I looked like before the surgery... I question why I didn't do this sooner! I've uploaded some recent photos, please feel free to add me as a friend and take a look. If you're curious about my experience in Thailand with Dr Narupon definitely read this thread from the start, I've tired to be as detailed as possible and include a lot of info. If there's anything I've missed or haven't covered just send me a message and I'll try get back to you as soon as possible. Miss C, I stayed in Thailand for 7 days and would definitely recommend staying the whole 2 weeks as advised by Dr N. As you would have read in my thread I experienced a few small, common complications that would have been dealt with quickly and easily had I been under my surgeon's care. I had Mentor implants and they came with a warranty card
  5. 15th April: Wow, it's been a whole month since I updated my thread! Where to start? Infection: I finished my second course of antibiotics and the infection cleared up completely. I am extremely prone to infection (I had one following a procedure in an Australian hospital last year and even needed ABs after I had my ears pierced the year before!), so that had absolutely nothing to do with having my BA in Thailand. Fluid pocket: I had an ultrasound and the Doctor said that while there was a small fluid pocket he believed it would reabsorb naturally within a week or two. As soon as anything serious was rulled out I was happy to be patient and let my left boob settle naturally. Of course, I woke up the next morning and the swelling had completely disappeared. Of course!!! Now my small complications have cleared up and the pain has finally gone I'm LOVING my boobs! Dr Narupon has done such a brilliant job, my only regret is not staying in Phuket for 14 days post-op as advised. All of my problems would have been resolved with far less stress! I've started wearing underwire bras occasionally (for a few hours at a time) but still find wireless more comfortable... although that may be because I've grown quite used to them.
  6. Hi everyone! I plan to give a more detailed update later, but I just wanted to make it really, really clear that my small infection and my fluid pocket have cleared up and were NOT CAUSED by having my surgery in Thailand or by my surgeon. Dr Narupon was fantastic and my breasts look great. Grippster, my friend had her cool lipo with Dr Narupon, you can read her story here.
  7. I haven't been back to work yet but I doubt it will make much difference, most patrons are just happy enough to see & talk to girls no matter their hair colour, boob size, body shape, etc
  8. Yep! I mean, I do other things (I'm a student and also work casually as a medical receptionist) but I've been stripping consistently for 10 years now. In fact, it's only now that I'm winding down my participation in the industry that I've had my BA & I'm only one month post-op so still off work.
  9. 29 years old, I've been a stripper for 10 years. Stereotypes represent!
  10. For my overnighter in the hospital I took my laptop and a change of clothes, everything else is supplied (there are toiletries, toothpaste, etc). I was in so much pain, I didn't care how I looked!
  11. No problem! I'm sure you'll be fine & even if you do develop something it's easily fixed with antibiotics. I'm prone to infection so these things just happen.
  12. Hi valentine hope it's okay if I send a FR would love to see your results :)

  13. Signs of infection include redness, heat, swelling, pain and pus/discharge. You may be able to see pus depending on the type of dressing you're using, see my album for photos of my infection visible under the Duoderm dressing. If the pain covers a large area look for red "lines" radiating from the site of the infection, which can mean it's spreading. I'm not a healthcare professional, so I can't give advice, but if I were in your situation I'd remove the dressing to examine the area and check my temperature regularly. I'm sure you're fine
  14. I'm definitely feeling the blues right now due to a difficult recovery & a few complications taking the shine off my new boobies. I knew it wouldn't be a walk in the park, but after meeting so many women who barely registered the pain ("It's just mildy uncomfortable, I was down on the beach in just a few days!") and had perfect breasts from day one I was lulled into a false sense of security. I didn't expect such horrible pain and it really stopped me from reaching out for help at first because I thought I was just being a sook. I'm fighting off an infection, may need to have the fluid in one breast aspirated and am still in pain (although less and less each day) at almost 2 weeks post-op. And this is 'normal'. I really can't wait for all the pain, sensitivity and problems to go away so I can start to enjoy my enhancements
  15. 15th March: Just heard back from the PIAC post-op coordinator, judging by the photo it looks like my left breast is filled with fluid and I need to have an ultrasound to see if it needs to be aspirated or not. My morale is low, ladies
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