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About dreamingofboobs

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  • Birthday 11/29/1976

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  • Surgery/ Procedure
    BA teardrop 325cc left breast 360cc right breast, under muscle.
    Measuring a D/DD although I think I look like a C cup
  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    Dr Scamp 24 November 2014
  • Measurements
    50kg 5ft 6" cup size A prior to surgery BWD 11cm

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  1. I'm also similar stats Serena90 happy for people to FR me to see photos I'll have to put some more up too I'm now 7 weeks post op and only today went and got measured at BnT and whilst I think I look a C cup they measured me as a D/DD-woohoooo!!
  2. I went with Dr Scamp and had the Vectra imaging done-ask to get the image to take home then and there I forgot and even though I emailed several times I never got a copy of the image to show my hubby. He's awesome!
  3. Hopefully this info will help you, if you look at my stats you'll see my size is also a size 8. I went to see 3 plastic surgeons when I was looking to have my BA, they all recommended teardrop for my shape although one did say I could go round but said teardrop would give me a 'superior look' ie I think more natural and less round. In saying that now I have the teardrop I think I could have had round as I do like the upper pole fullness that rounds give you, and I will still need to wear a bra to achieve this look rather than have the natural curve at the top that rounds give you. I suggest you really look around, get an idea of the look/size you would like and go for some consults prior to seeing Dr Lee just to get an idea. I think round can look natural but I was very much guided by my surgeon, once I found him I had every confidence he'd deliver the results I was after.
  4. thanks for your responses I haven't been on the forum for a while and looking back on these posts it's funny how quickly you're body heals....even when you don't think it will!
  5. I'm definitely feeling like they've dropped and fluffed, they are both feeling softer and less upper pole fullness. I also feel like they have both taken shape and look the same. I'm only 6 weeks post op so I don't know if this is my final result from what I've read from others I may still have some way to go.
  6. I had exactly the same too. I know much of what I would write for support has already been written by these lovely ladies, however I too LOVE to run and currently at 2 months nearly post op I'm not yet running (but chomping at the bit!) however at week 2 I was walking on the treadmill at the gym and outside as I hated not exercising, very gentle at first and listening to my body. I was running after a toddler the next day so no time to rest but the backache, and limitations do go, my boobs feel softer and so much more a part of me. I'm now having boob greed and wished I went bigger lol!! So no doubt you'll experience that at some point too!! Hope your recovery goes well
  7. Hi Yanssina, I was in the same boat as you looking around for surgeons on the GC and Brisbane I felt so overwhelmed too, I'd recommend a few consults I went to Dr Layt, Dr Scamp and Dr Harwood (Brisbane). I also looked into Cosmeditour on the GC but couldn't find much info on them so I decided against them. worthwhile getting a few consults to determine the look/size and 'feel' of the surgeon (pardon the pun!). I chose Dr Scamp on the GC, he was more expensive but from the moment I saw him I totally trusted him, he picked up on my asymmetry which no other dr did and I just really felt he was professional and would look after me : ) many good surgeons out there, the hardest decision is I think to pick one! Good luck on your search
  8. yep I do too! Exactly like the sunburnt feeling I'm nearly 5 weeks post op and have had that feeling for several weeks now I'm sure my hubby would love it if I walked around topless as I've contemplated as it feels so sore, however, not sure my neighbours need to see that hahah!! Hopefully it doesn't last too long for you,
  9. Yes I'd be interested in hearing updates on how they found the experience, I didn't go with them in the end but still good to hear others' thoughts on them.
  10. Hi Kinekla I had something similar, and I think it was from overdoing it too. I felt good after surgery and was back to looking after a little one the next day and household chores in the days following. At 2 weeks post op I hit a wall I think and felt so tired, sore incision sites, sore breasts and generally off, this lasted for about a week and was my body's way of saying slow up. I must say I'm not a doctor and it is of course well worth while talking about this with your surgeon in case it is something else. Just take time to let your body heal I had to keep reminding myself that I'd had a GA and surgery and to take it easy. Hope this helps.
  11. oh yay for Christmas boobies! good luck!!!! Hope your recovery is smooth for you
  12. I am 23 days post op and still sleeping on my back in an elevated position I too am a side sleeper and find myself half on my side during the night but wake up as super uncomfortable....I too have back pain and am hoping it goes I think its a combo of no exercise and hunching myself as I'm still sore on my right breast, it feels very tight.....roll on recovery!!!
  13. I would highly recommend Dr Scamp he has just done my BA I'm really thrilled with the results, I also went to see Dr Harwood in Brisbane on recommendations by other girls on the forum, he also is highly thought of. Good luck in your search for your surgeon!
  14. Congrats Bec Bec on your new additions and yes, loved your story too lol! One to remember! rest up and hope your recovery is smooth.
  15. I know when she said 3 months I could have cried but I'm hoping the pains go sooner, she said and I know others have said this too that it's the nerve regeneration and healing process...what we do for gorgeous boobies!!
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