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jeremysmummy

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About jeremysmummy

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  • Birthday 05/18/1987

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  • Surgery/ Procedure
    Breast Augmentation - Currently deflated 10B after breastfeeding my beautiful son. Hoping for a 10E post surgery! 420cc submuscular at The Cosmetic Institute
  • Measurements
    159 cms - 53 kgs - 10B pre-op

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  1. Twilight sedation is awesome! The nurses in the hospital room at TCI had quite a bit of trouble waking me up afterwards I was so out of it.. haha! I don't remember anything from the procedure at all. Dr Tang is a perfect gentlmen and fantastic surgeon!! The twins and I will be celebrating our 1st anniversary on the 21st of March this year and I love them more every day... haha
  2. It will be a year in March since I had my BA at TCI by Dr Tang and I highly recommend that you give them a call. My whole BA experience was amazing, thanks to TCI and I am so happy with the results. Feel free to ask any questions you might have or send through a friend request to see pics
  3. I had 420 cc placed under the muscle on the 21st of march and this morning I woke up with a sharp pain under my right breast which came on and off depending how I moved around. Tonight I looked to see if anything was visible and have noticed a new red line that is painful to touch. I have emailed a picture of my surgeon and am waiting a response... I haven't been wearing wired bras, so I'm not sure how it has happened? Appears that I have done something in my sleep! Has anyone else had this problem? I am hoping that it will heal on its own.
  4. No problems :) - I'll take some tonight if I remember!

  5. Loving your new pics keep them coming!!! Would love to see Side profile pic if you get time

  6. Firstly - your man sounds like he's being an absolute a*%hole! Secondly, I also had majorly wonky boobs for the first couple of weeks.. I wouldn't even take any photos of them without trying to position them so they looked even as I thought they were wonky because my son only breastfed on one side! But now, 6 weeks on, they are almost completely even and I can now see it was just the healing process being different for each boob. Definitely ask your PS, but try not to worry about it yet.. They will change shape ALOT in the next few weeks. I am exactly 6 weeks today and am really happy with how they are finally turning out.
  7. I completely understand how you feel! I also love my girls and am so happy with them - yet when I think about the other things I could have done with the money... It really is a lot of money! Thank God I found TCI and it only cost $6,000.. I'm not sure I could have bought myself to spend more. A great post Hun!! And definitely something that every woman needs to carefully consider
  8. hello! Thank you :) - I just love my little boy's expression in that photo. How old is your youngest? I would start practicing side hugs with them and depending on their age, get them to start climbing in and out of their car seats by themselves. I know you aren't supposed to lift anything heavy for 6 weeks - but there was no way I could avoid lifting my son for that long and starting carefully holding him at around 1.5 weeks onwards... Now it's a breeze! No issues at all picking him up or holding him. Let me know if you'd like any further info?

  9. Hi there!! I just saw your picture with your son, post op by 5 weeks! Great picture :-) I'd love any advice you may have. I am booked in for 14th may after feeding my three kiddies!! Can't wait!!

  10. hey hun!! I just saw your pics and you look fantastic! I honestly think the sizing is perfect for your frame and they are going to soften up, drop and fluff quite nicely. I referred to my ladies as frankenboobs for the first 2 weeks as they seriously looked ridiculous! Almost 6 weeks later and they are so much softer and have dropped down a lot and are starting to fluff out. So don't worry about what your boyfriend is saying - It is very hard for men to understand that it's a process and doesn't happen overnight.. Your body has been through major surgery and will take time to heal and adjust. I hope you are feeling much better soon!! It'll get easier very soon xx
  11. Lol I don't remember talking to anyone in recovery!!! The extra pain killers were wonderful I owe you!! I'm camera shy too - will make for an interesting video!! Haha
  12. Lorna Jane have a very supportive seamless sports bra at the moment.. It only comes in pink and orange, but it's the first sports bra I'm going to try after my post-op bra.. On that note, how long did you all wait until changing to a sports bra?
  13. Like Mel said above - TCI were absolutely amazing!! Thanks for the extra pain killers Mel - sorry I didn't wake up in time to meet you though. Looking forward to catching up on Thursday Tasha mentioned that she wants to get us to do a joint testimonial for Facebook which will be fun.
  14. Hey mummyof3 Have you been subscribed an anti inflammatory pain killer? The pain/titghtness when I woke up today was making breathing very difficult and I have found this is the only thing that has helped! That and lying on the cold tiles flat on my back.. Of course I needed help getting back up after passing out! But the tight feeling felt so much better afterwards. I'm only on day 1 though, so I'm not sure if any of the above is going to help. Hope you are feeling much better soon!!!!! xx
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