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  1. I have my final consult with Mark Ashton tomorrow, I spoke on the phone to his receptionist today and she told me that I will not be using a post op bra or ANY bra for the first 6 weeks of my recovery- opposite to everything I've heard, I then asked about massaging and she told me that he does not encourage any massaging... he's so highly reputed and I trust him with the surgery but this sounds odd?! anybody else have any similar experiences? stats: 22, 180cm, 57kgs, 240cc-270cc? anatomical mentors under the muscle Surgery date: 30th October PS: Mark Ashton
  2. hi hi! was thinking of going to Singapore a breast augmentation holiday... ^.^ Its cheaper, but way better standards than other cheaper asian countries (since they are so developed and a big reputation for worthiness. and then take the opportunity to have a good holiday recovering there. however, only started googling a bit on a few doctors and clinics. Anyone done it before in Singapore?
  3. Hi all, Just chasing mark lee's girls that have had bad experiences with him or having needed/needing revision from his surgeries.... any reviews experiences would be great. I respect alot of you have had a great outcome and great experiences but just wanting to hear from those who have had trouble and why Thanks ladies!!
  4. Hi, Im new to the forum so go easy on me I have been considering a breast lift and was hoping some people could recommend or share experiences for Sydney surgeons and possibly overseas. I know a lot of you have experience with both the implants and lifts but Im just after the lift lol Im more inclined to have it done in Sydney because im a little bit scared of the idea of getting it done overseas. So if anyone could give me info on: - good docs for this type of surgery both overseas and syd. (minimal scaring, natural. I know that is can vary with patients and natural reaction) - cost (around $11,000.00 with no health insurance? is that the average price?) I don't know the lingo yet but would appreciate any help anyone has to offer thanks!
  5. Hi, I'm looking at having BA done in Thailand in May. I'm considering having it at the beginning of a 5wk holiday which after 9 days in Thailand (having the surgery), my husband and i will venture to Vietnam. I'm just wondering what the recovery is like, how long until you're up and about and able to do touristy things. How long until you can go swimming etc. Also how long until you can return to exercise. I'm completing a big hike in july and can't afford to have too long off the exercise (this is why i've chosen to have it at the beginning of the trip as I figure i'm not going to be doing too much exercise on the holiday anyway). Any advice and tips will really be appreciated. Thanks Ashleigh
  6. Hi ladies, Please could you recommend the easiest way to sleep at night post op breast augmentation? Any tips or tricks? Thanks, FloralLove xo
  7. Hi Ladies, So... The first night was ok but I found my back got really sore from trying to sleep upright and it then gave me a sore back all day. I was taking my painkillers for my back and not my boobs. Lol. Day 1 post op was great. Took all my meds as instructed. Last night was the 2nd night since the surgery and I found a much better way to sleep and thought i'd share in case you ladies want to give it a try and find it helps! First of all make sure you have everything you need in reaching distance to you, because as soon as you are down that will be it for the night and you will need to be lifted up. Lol. The first night I was so scared of lying flat on my back because I was worried I would roll over etc but actually I've found it is so comfortable for me. I lay my pillows flat under me so the whole of my back is supported, then another one under my legs. Also put a flattish pillow under the lower of your back to also help with support. Then I put my u-pillow behind my head and lift the sides of it over my shoulders so that if my head rolls to either side it is supported aswell so that it doesn't get sore. The first night I was waking up every hour or so and having to move around a but last night I took my valium before bed, went to sleep, then the next thing I woke up this morning feeling great after a fantastic nights sleep. Just beware that when you wake, as it is only day 2 post op for me, that you will not be able to get up from a lying flat position. My Fiance had to scoop his hands under my back and lift me up. Do not try and use your arms to lift yourself up. So as far as the boobies go they feel great. I am feeling no pain as such but more tenderness and slightly uncomfortable. I just feel like I've done a million sit ups. Also.... Laughing and coughing is a little uncomfortable so maybe no comedy movies. Lol. My Fiance was laughing at me in bed this morning because I could only move my head and I couldn't get up and he was making me laugh and... owch!! Lol. I'll do another post tonight to let you know how my 2nd day post op goes and if any changes occur. I will also post some photos one week post op. Can't really post any at the moment because the tape doesn't really allow me to see much. If anyone has any questions, please don't hesitate to ask xo
  8. Hey ladies, So I had my surgery yesterday morning and I thought I'd update you all on how recovery is going. Recovery is going pretty amazing to be honest. Last night (day of surgery) I took two Panadol at 5pm. I started to feel a little something where in incision was (inframmary), but it wasn't pain, so I took them more as a preventative measure. I then had dinner at 7.30pm and I took my antibiotic, Endone and a neurofen. Again this was for when the local anaesthetic wore off. I was having no pain whatsoever. I then made a little fortress in bed so I could sleep comfortably. When I was lying in bed I could hear these strange bubbly noises around my boobs, but this is totally normal and just the swelling and the blood around the implants. I will warn you those it is so grose when it happens. Lol. I took a Valium before bed to relax my muscles and help me sleep. My sleep was ok. It was pretty interupted because it's so hard to get used to sleeping nearly upright and on my back when I am a tummy or side sleeper. At one point I found myself nearly lying down on my back which was comfortable, but I quickly propped myself up again as I was worried of pain kicking in and being in pain when I had to get up. I really found a pillow under my legs really helped. Alot more comfortable! I've woken up this morning and am in no pain whatsoever. I am so amazingly suprised as I had read and watched YouTube videos where girls wake up in alot of pain the morning after surgery. My back is more sore than my boobs at the moment from sleeping upright. For me it just feels like I've done a crazy chest and abs workout in the gym. Also a slight tightness. I had slipped down quite alot when I woke up this morning and my Fiance helped lift me out of bed. I've just had some breakfast and I've taken, my antibiotic, a valium, an endone, a neurofen and also a laxitive ( I am not currently having any toilet issues but this is more of a preventative thing that my anaesthetist recommended just in case.) I am so pleasantly suprised by how amazing everything is going, because of hearing how much pain some girls were in and I really hope it all goes like this for all you ladies who have surgery coming up. As far as the boobies go, I am loving them! I have a surgical bra on but also that tape that goes around the sides and down the centre of the chest so can't really see them very well and they look slightly pointy with the way they are taped up which is kind of funny. They don't feel hard at all and feel nice and squishy when I touch the top of them which is lovely because I was expecting them to be like rocks on my chest. If you ladies have any questions please feel free to ask away! xo
  9. Hi Ladies, So just thought I'd update on how my first day post op went. Everything went great I was more sore from my back from the sleeping upright rather than pain from my boobs. I took all my meds as instructed. The farting noises are pretty funny and feel so grose, but if you've not heard of this before then please don't panic - completely normal. It's just the trapped air from when the implants were placed. I didn't have drains after my surgery (this was my surgeons preference.) I had a phone call from the hospital to see how I was doing and also had a phone call from Dr Mertens nurse to check up on me which was lovely. She told me I was allowed to shower which was great. I have that tape that goes around your boobs and then down the middle and is completely waterproof. She also advised for met to make sure I keep my surgical bra on at all times apart from when I'm showering. This comes off after a week. Also she advised me that my sutures are disolvable to don't have to worry about having them removed which is a nice little bonus aswell. Showering went great and wasn't uncomfortable. Also I noticed that quite alot swelling developed throughout the day. This is around the sides of my chest and is the air and the blood. This looks a tad freaky because it will look like you are rounded at the side of your boobs, but again this is completely normal, nothing to worry about and will go down over time. I will let you know how long it takes to go down once it has gone Also I am eating and drinking normally. Please feel free to ask any questions. Hope everyones recoveries are going great! xo
  10. Hi ladies, Had my seconf consultation with my surgeon today and originally was going to go with 280cc but we decided that is too big fo my petite frame so have now decided on 245cc but am wondering whether to go with 260cc instead. Am going to go with high profile. Is there anyone out here who has photos of these sized implants. I am 50kg and 5 foot 1. Thanks so much xo
  11. How are all the September ladies feeling? Mine is on the 10th!! Mainly excited but slightly nervous aswell. Set on cc's or still deciding? FloralLove xo
  12. Hi Ladies, I'm only 8 days away from surgery! Who else is having surgery this week, next week, this month???? How are you feeling? I'm so excited but a little nervous for the actual operation aswell! :-) FloralLove xo
  13. Hi Ladies, Where is the best place to buy support bras from for after my breast augmentation?? Thank you, FloralLove xo
  14. Step 1 Find a flat surface for you to lay face down flat on your stomach. Step 2 You should then bend your knees. Make sure to cross your ankles for leverage. Step 3 You should then start bending your elbows. While doing this, make sure to keep your palms aligned with your shoulders. Step 4 Start raising your body with as much balance on your elbows and palms. You should still keep your ankles crossed for this step. Aside from having more leverage, you won’t have to raise that much weight. Make sure not to straighten your elbows when you raise your body. This just might cause much damage to your joints. Step 5 You should lower your body slowly. However, do not lie down. The angle at which your body is positioned should be decreased just until your arms are now aligned with the flat surface. More Tips, follow *The Truth about Breast Enlargement"
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