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  1. Help?! I am choosing between 2 good surgeons but both have different ideas. Background: I'm 35yrs and have un-even, saggy post breastfeeding size D breasts. Both surgeons suggest a lollypop lift, both suggest textured round implants. Doctor 1 suggests I go behind the muscle and get some breast tissue removed from both breasts so they don't continue to sag which will move the nipple further down. Doctor 2 suggests I go over the muscle to avoid that problem and remove tissue from only one breast to correct the unevenness. He says removing breast tissue is invasive and can encourage contracture. My questions are: how visible will the implant be if I'm over the muscle? I have the extra weight now to cover the implant but hope to lose it, I just don't know if I will ever achieve the low weight I desire. I like the idea of removing the breast tissue and I am having the lift anyway. Doctor 2 is a little more reputable but they both trained together and Doctor 2 still has the experience. I'm happy to name the Doctors I'm just new to the forum so don't know the etiquette. Capsular contracture is a concern of mine and would likely cause me to get them re-done. Does ANYONE have any advice?
  2. Help?! I am choosing between 2 good surgeons but both have different ideas. Background: I'm 35yrs and have un-even, saggy post breastfeeding size D breasts. Both surgeons suggest a lollypop lift, both suggest textured round implants. Doctor 1 suggests I go behind the muscle and get some breast tissue removed from both breasts so they don't continue to sag which will move the nipple further down. Doctor 2 suggests I go over the muscle to avoid that problem and remove tissue from only one breast to correct the unevenness. He says removing breast tissue is invasive and can encourage contracture. My questions are: how visible will the implant be if I'm over the muscle? I have the extra weight now to cover the implant but hope to lose it, I just don't know if I will ever achieve the low weight I desire. I like the idea of removing the breast tissue and I am having the lift anyway. Doctor 2 is a little more reputable but they both trained together and Doctor 2 still has the experience. I'm happy to name the Doctors I'm just new to the forum so don't know the etiquette. Capsular contracture is a concern of mine and would likely cause me to get them re-done. Does ANYONE have any advice?
  3. Hello Ladies, My first "sharing the experience" post. Although I am not a newbie to plastic surgery, I just had to share this with you as I hope it will help someone and I wish I read this before I embarked on my BL & BA surgeries. My background: I have been quiet big busted all my life 10DD/E. Whilst breast feeding my two children I ended up going through the charts in bra sizes and upon completion (breast feeding) I deflated to a 10D and as you can imagine was left with a lot of parachute tissue. I started researching on sites like this, and decided on a doctor recommended on this sight a lot. Couldn't find anything bad about him on this site and I liked him after my consultation. I had three surgeries with him and I was running out of skin, my implants were uneven , my nipples were so close together I wanted to cry, and I could only wear sports bras otherwise my nipples would pop out. I was looking for second opinions, even thirds. Apart from costing a lot of money (for an opinion), every doctor was saying something else. I didn't know what to do. Someone in the medical field that used to assist Dr Hamish Farrow in surgery recommended him to me, said he was amazing and I should have a consult with him. I had my operation on the 30th of September only 4 days post op but I can already see they are looking great. The nurses in the hospital were singing him praises, telling me he is a perfectionist and if he says surgery went well and he is happy with the result - I will be too. Dr Farrow used the existing implants which were polyurethane )"brazillians" - I think 330 from memory. These were a good choice for me as I have "stretchy skin" and they adhere to the surface. Because one of my pockets was in the wrong place - too far outwards, he even used a graft material like an internal bra to hold the implant in place in the now more central pocket. I hope this is making sense. On day three I was in a lot of pain, but I had a sneak peak at my new boobies and I was delirious with happiness I didn't mind the pain. I took my painkillers and went to sleep. I might post some photos after the special bandage holding everything in place comes off. I hope some of you searching for a great Surgeon, especially if you know you are not a straightforward case may find this useful. If you go and see Dr Farrow - don't expect a spa like experience. It's surgery very pure, but not simple - the man is a genius. Good luck and you can PM if you have any questions
  4. Hi all i am new to the forum so thank you for taking the time to read my post! i am currently looking at options to correct breast asymmetry that I have and have seen two surgeons a few years ago. Can any one recommend a very good surgeon from past experience? The options are a reduction in one breast and lift in both or reduction, lift in both and implants (to achieve the desired size) any advice on this matter? thanks
  5. Hi ladies, I am 5 weeks post op and am concerned about the shape of my right breast and want a general check up with a PS at home to discuss it. Does anyone know of a PS in Perth who isn't judgemental and prejudiced to those who have has surgery overseas? Thanks xx
  6. Hi, I am a 20 year old female and have had extremley uneven breasts since for as long as I can remember , this causes me alot of depression and self confidence issues. I think it is time to have them corrected with breast augmentation. I seen Dr Krishna in Wollongong last year in June, he admitted he had not done surgery on some one who has such a bad symmetrical balance, my left breast is a AA and my right is a B cup. I was not confident with Dr Krishna, he never showed me any of his before and after photo's, and he wanted to charge me $13,000 which I thought was a tad expensive, so I cancelled my surgery. Has anybody had a breast augmentation to even out their breasts? And what doctor you went through, and if the end result made you happy? I need this surgery done, I need to be able to love myself, because right now I have nothing but hatred. Your help is appreciated, Assymetry_Needed
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