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  • Surgery/ Procedure
    BA 290cc Jan 2013 Originally 10A Now 10C
    Revision BA to 10DD & Lipo - Hoping for Jul 2013
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    Height 155cm Weight 47kg

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  1. [quote= ROOKIE ERROR GIVING MY NUMBER OUT TOO EARLY? Damn now i'm disappointed, he's pulled a creeper on me less then 2 hours of having my phone number. Seriously WTF. He is 37, do they still do this at 37?
  2. It's interesting to see how diverse the group is. I've been working for 10 years, looking to switch to another field - it will be between law or illustration, i think...
  3. Hey: Congratulations - They look amazing!! Great size!
  4. Hi Sezzy: Thanks for accepting my FR - seeing your pics I see what you mean about the cleavage. At least you have a great doctor who's willing to go for a revision. I think the 500's will look great. I'm also looking for a revision but have to wait until June/July for the 6 month mark. Good luck!
  5. PS - I told absolutely no-one about my BA and although I have started to talk about 'getting' cosmetic surgery to family and friends since the BA, no-one has made the connection so far (that I've already had it), they are all telling me that I don't need it I think only if its a drastic increase (like A-G cup) that they might notice
  6. Hi: No one will notice the change from A-C - especially if like most of us, you have been wearing padded bras. I'm 155cm high, 47kg and I went from A-C (see my signature) and no-one (close friends or family) has noticed in the months since my BA, even when I wear tight tops, which make them look a lot bigger than I did in padded bras. Beware the boobie greed monster...
  7. Hi AshleyKaras: Don't worry - It definitely goes away. I Had the same experience/feelings after my BA. I found the tight feeling where you couldn't breathe is stronger when the muscles get more tense, and that taking the valium prescribed by the PS helped a LOT. (they were more intense in the first few weeks when I was rushing around for work but better once I rested and relaxed) Then one day, about 3-4weeks post-op, I started to get periods where I didn't notice them at all, which kept getting longer and longer until at about my 6week mark, almost overnight, they felt like part of me and I found that I was surprised at the end of the day to realise I hadn't noticed my boobs at all It gets better, so hang in there!
  8. HI: I wouldn't worry too much, I had bruising post op in areas around my breasts (as well as other areas!), and it went away within a week or two and was told that it's natural
  9. Hi: It sounds like you need someone who has experience with reconstructive surgery? Why don't you try Dr Steven Liew, he used to work as one before he went into cosmetic surgery and he specialises in breasts and faces so he might be able to do something for you. My exp is only with a BA so that's all I could tell you about. Good luck and hope u find someone who can help
  10. Hi Hayleylouise! You have more than enough to share around. They look amazing! I wish mine were that big (sigh...) so, yes, everyone feels they could have gone bigger At my 6week post op, the first thing my PS asked me was, 'do you wish you had gone bigger? ' Hell, YES!
  11. Congrats! Glad you got the biggest size you could fit - kills the boobie greed!
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