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kittyhawk83

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About kittyhawk83

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  • Location
    Brisbane
  • Surgery/ Procedure
    BA
  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    Dr hardwood, 16 Sep 2013
  • Measurements
    180cm, 67kilos, 10-12A

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  1. Hep c, HIV and either hep a or b
  2. At what stage to they usually get bigger? If your lucky that is.
  3. Massively happy with my boobs, look great, feel great, couldn't be happier. Only thing is for the past 6 weeks I've measured 95cm and wear a DD bra. Just measured again and now 91cm which is apparently barely a C cup. I know they drop and fluff a bit (have brazilans though) however it's a big jump down and they don't look smaller? Really want to retain my DD label and don't understand when they look the same size.
  4. I have the exact same problem! Did it last week and it kills me when I sneeze. So uncomfortable and makes it hard to sleep even, hoping it just goes away. Apparently heat packs might be good. Wish I still had some Valium left!
  5. Sooo hard lol, it's the sneezing that gets me the most
  6. I'm 4 weeks post op and was sick last week. Unfortunately I think I pulled a muscle in my chest from coughing. It's been 4 days and hurts like a mofo when I move/sneeze/laugh/sniff etc. it's a sharp pain in my left breast near the middle of my chest. Assuming it won't impact on my new implants however should I check this out? Anyone else had this?
  7. kittyhawk83

    Dilemma

    Be careful as every time you apply for a loan or credit card it gets noted on your record. Too many rejections doesn't look good
  8. I started wearing these after about two weeks. As long as they don't aggravate your scars and are supportive it should be fine. I don't wear them for long periods of time though. I just used my common sense and the doc said I could wear whatever I felt comfortable with, other than underwire of course.
  9. Mine was a week early just to be inconvenient lol
  10. I have a great tip for side sleeping that the dr suggested. I'm 2 weeks in and was going crazy sleeping on my back. Get a normal everyday pillow, hug it really tightly to your chest as you carefully roll on your side. There may be some pain (same pain you get when getting up from laying down). Bear through that and slowly relax your grip until it's no longer uncomfortable. Keep hugging the pillow though. Suggest you have more than one pillow under your head until it's more comfortable as less pressure. There is only pain when moving but a great relief from being on my back. The dr said there was no problem doing so at this stage. Hope this helps someone else. I couldn't deal with the pillow fortress for the whole night through, didn't have the travel pillow though which May have helped my neck a bit
  11. I got the pink one and saw today they are now only $10
  12. i think it must depend on the surgeon. i had my one week follow up this week and was told i didnt need to wear one to bed and could wear what i wanted. i still wear crop tops anyway as my nipples are way too sensitive to be out "free". still dont think i can wear underwire though for a while
  13. I had bad pain and had to go back for stronger meds. Haven't taken any meds since day 6 the last day or two was just to help put me to sleep
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