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  1. I've struggled for years about the shape of my boobs. They are a floppy triangle shape that curve around the outside and my nipples are far too low and basically face each other. I had always put it down to simply being a late grower or because I lost 30kg (even though they still were misshapen and underdeveloped before I lost weight) but through research I've come to the conclusion that they are tuberous. I'm only 19 and this deformity is causing so much emotional distress and self acceptance/conscious issues that I keep finding myself depressed with how my body looks. I wanted to know if this is more common than I think with other women who have tuberous breasts and if they have found a good, experienced surgeon (in Melbourne) who has given them proper shape and fullness. And who has helped them with medicare claims as well. I've seen some prices go as high as 20K and I have to rely heavily on my parents for financial support, who were completely shocked by the likely 15-20K price range. It would be amazing if I could find ways to help me pay for it. I already know there's medicare but I've read a lot about people also using their private health insurance? I'm desperate at this stage to find a good surgeon who can help with this specific problem and has experience with it so really any tips you have me are really greatly appreciated.
  2. Hello ladies ive been researching breast implants for along time.. But I really really want the natural jiggle of real breasts and havent seen to many implants that have thay so was thinking fat grafting might be the way.. Anyone have any info or experience on price in Thailand with fat grafting (Australia was a bit out of my budget) and if they have had it done did it meet your expectatios, regrets, size before Would love any info anyone has! Thanks
  3. Okay, so I have now widened my list of surgeons instead of narrowing it!! I am tossing up between these surgeons: Dr Miroshnik, Dr Steven Liew, Dr Steve Merten, Dr Moradi. I want a really really natural looking breast. I am currently a AA and am 175cm tall and 57kg. I just don't want big fake boobs! has anyone had or know of anyone who has had BA's with these surgeons who might be similar to myself?? Thanks
  4. Hi there, I'm new to cosmetic journey. Im due to have my mild tuberous breasts corrected in January 2018 with dr Ellis Choy in Sydney. My breasts are currently fairly wide set and I'm worried that my implants will sit super wide also. I have a very small and slim chest build. Im 163cm, 50kg, B cup. The measurements we spoke about were 345cc in bigger breast and 390cc in smaller breast, anatomical implants, dual plane placement. I don't want to be too big for my body frame and haven't had my pre op sizers appointment yet, so will try on sizers then. But wanted to get some input from others and maybe even see some before and after pictures from my fellow wide gap ladies!
  5. Hiya Ladies, I'm booked in for my Unilateral Breast Augmentation in August with Dr Richardson. I was just wondering what other people's experience with him and correcting the tuberous breast situation. I've read on here a few things about his work not turning out so well and ladies haven't been as pleased with him because after they dropped they were very low. Can anyone share with me their experience if they've been in a similar situation please? I'm beginning to have second thoughts :S
  6. Hello new member here had my breast augmentation after two kids and having a low self esteem on how my chest was left and deflated I was a very sad saggy C. On consultation I immediately fell in love with the 400CC but on the day of surgery my PS said he was going with 415CC I'm currently 10DPO and I think I'm seeing the swelling go down and what the end size will be and I'm not sure if maybe I should've pushed for a little higher maybe.Ive read about "boob greed" where women regret their size and stay unhappy with the end size so any 415CCs women out there what was your end bra size? I know lots of factors are involved like how you body settles with implant and chest width and weight but I just want a imagine to what size I'm maybe left with I told him I wanted to be a big D but if it went slightly bigger then hey! Good lol
  7. Hey ladies! Anyone heading to Bangkok for any surgery? Im heading over by myself & would like to catch up with people if the timing works out. Im heading over approx July 3 for 2 weeks
  8. Hoping to acquire some info and pics from Dr Montien and Dr Boonchai for mummy makeover so I can finally make a decision. Anyone had either doc and willing to share their experience? Thanks
  9. Just wondering if anyone has received a medicare rebate and private health cover for a breast augmentation before? along the lines of mental health and body esteem? would love your feedback as I have always hated my tiny AA breasts but there is nothing structurally wrong with them. They definitely bring down my self esteem and self worth. Thanks in advance
  10. Hi everyone, I am new to this forum so I was hoping for some honest feedback on any experiences anyone has had in regards to BA surgeons in perth? I am leaning toward either Dr Mark Lee or Dr Tony Connell, but i haven't really seen much of their before and after work. I am currently a AA and would like to be a natural looking full B/ very small C. has anyone got any suggestions? advice? Thanks in advance xx
  11. Hi everyone, I am new to this forum so I was hoping for some honest feedback on any experiences anyone has had in regards to BA surgeons in perth? I am leaning toward either Dr Mark Lee or Dr Tony Connell, but i haven't really seen much of their before and after work. I am currently a AA and would like to be a natural looking full B/ very small C. has anyone got any suggestions? advice? Thanks in advance xx
  12. Just wondering if anyone has received a medicare rebate and private health cover for a breast augmentation before? along the lines of mental health and body esteem? would love your feedback as I have always hated my tiny AA breasts but there is nothing structurally wrong with them. They definitely bring down my self esteem and self worth. Thanks in advance
  13. Hi, I'm very new to this site but was wondering if there's been any interstate travellers who's had surgery with Dr Tavakoli? I'm from Adelaide and have just put my deposit of $3000 to secure my 9 Dec operation. I'm arriving the day before. My Avi is work done by Dr T, and think they're the perfect size. Would love any feedback from patients of Dr T. I've yet to have a Skype consultation (nov) so putting my faith from the reviews I've read!
  14. Hi Guys, I am two weeks post-op for my breast augmentation and my surgeon did not mention massaging the implants and I forgot to ask about it. Do I need to be massaging my breasts? I've heard mixed things could someone tell me why it's important to do or not important to do?
  15. I'm 8 months post and haven't been wearing a bra to bed since about 2 months after. Just wondering how many people, if any wear a bra to bed still?
  16. It's wasn't until I saw Before and After pictures on a few Google Image searches that I realized I have grown up with Tuberous Breasts. I had always felt insecure and awkward about my breasts but I felt a sense of comfort once I realized that this condition is so comon! I booked in to see my GP and got a referral to Dr David Theile in Brisbane. I have researched Dr Theile and am excited to be having a consultation with him next week! I'am wanting to hear of your experiences with Dr David Theile, and anyone that has had this kind of surgery covered by Medicare (no I don't have any private health cover). Also if anyone has good recommendations for a loan that will cover my costs. Any opinions are valued!
  17. Hi ladies, I am new to this site. I had my consult with Dr Tavakoli and was so happy with him that I booked my surgery for June. Cannot believe how soon it is. I feel really excited but really nervous too. The girls in his office advised that it is fine for me to stay in Sydney for two nights in total. Arriving in Sydney on the day of surgery and going home on day 2. I just wanted to get other people's experiences on how they felt on day 2 post op and would they be ok to travel in a car for two hours? Thanks in advance :-)
  18. Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone has had experience with accessory breast tissue removal (also known as armpit fat). I am not a big girl but due to large breast growth i have developed extra breast tissue which is rather annoying and makes me look larger than i am. Is it an expensive procedure? covered by HBF or medicare? and has it got a long recovery time?. I can not seem to find plastic surgeons in perth who advertise it either. Thank you
  19. Dr Jake Lim and his team come highly recommended. I went in for my initial appointment just before Christmas 2014. I wanted a man breast reduction and a tummy tuck. Dr Lim explained that a tummy tuck isn't going to achieve what I wanted it to achieve and suggested a body lift instead. Dr Lim also suggested I get each procedure done separately, as both procedures means I am under anaesthetic dangerously to long. I decided to go for the Male Breast removal first, then the body lift later in the year. I was booked in for the 28th January. I attended an appointment 2 weeks prior to my surgery date. Dr Jake and his team explained the steps I would need to take prior to my surgery, which was very well written down and easy to understand. Dr Lim's team also took care of all of the health care/Medicare aspects of things. I was told to fill out an online admission form for the hospital I was getting surgery at, which saved a lot of time on the day. Surgery was at Westmead private hospital. After going through the hospital's 'check in' procedure, I was taken to theatre which is were Dr Lim and his team were there. They are all very helpful and compassionate. I had very bad anxiety and it was such a relief to see everyone, and they eased my anxiety in a huge way, The anaesthetic was very kind, gentle and helpful also. I remember waking up to Dr Lim saying how everything went well and I will be happy with the results, and he will see me in my room later on. Dr Lim checked on me every day in my room, and made sure I only went home when I was comfortable to do so. I am very, very happy with the surgery. The cut is very neat and tidy. The follow up's have been great. They explain how to care for the wounds at every follow up. Dr Jake's Nurse (Catharine) is also very nice and helpful! She gives great advice on scar care and showed me how to look after my new chest for maximum results!! I highly recommend Dr Jake Lim and his lovely team for anyone thinking of getting this procedure done. As this surgery is only 1 month old, my scars have not healed properly yet. I have attached photos 1 month post op, but will attach more in a few month. http://www.cosmeticplasticsurgerysydney.com.au/
  20. So, even though I'm happy with my recent BA, I'm seriously thinking about going back and getting bigger implants. If any of you ladies have done this, can you please tell me if it is worth it? Was recovery worse? Were your scars more noticeable? And how long after your first BA did you go back? Thank you xx
  21. Hi Everyone, Has anyone experienced much change in the dopping/fluffing and general appearance of their breasts from 6 months onwards? So at the 1 year mark is there much difference from the 6 month mark? Thanks!
  22. Hi Ladies I know It has been discussed at length somewhere else. I am 4 weeks post now and rubbing the following into my boobies. Jojoba Oil Argan Oil Rosehip Oil Bio-Oil Bepanthen (specifically on the incisions after oiling) I like it especially before putting a bra on. I have read on the American forums a lot of talk about Silicone sheets or Silicone gels which are apparently THE BEST. These sheets are about $100. The gels vary in price. Has anyone used them? Also, does anyone else massage the scar??
  23. Hi ladies, I'm only a couple of days PO, not really needing pain meds anymore, but the thing that is bothering me most is that my incisions are itchy!! The skin on my boobs gets a little itchy every now and then, but it is easily fixed with coconut oil. how long can I expect itchy incisions to last for? They are under my boobs (the proper term eludes me at the moment!) and I do have some bruising above my surgical tape. Surgical tape is getting changed in 10 days time by the nurse. pumpkin.
  24. Hey everyone! I just moved to Australia last year. I had a breast surgery done when I was 17 in switzerland due to an enormous difference in size between my left and right breast (left was a small A and right was a big C). Now I'm having some problems with my left silicone implant because it turned around and i can't turn it anymore and need to change the implant. Anyone who can recommend a surgeon that operates in a hospital? Also will i be able to go home straight after? Last time i had to spend a week at the hospital. It doesn't matter where the surgeon is located. Thanks everyone!!
  25. I had a consult with Dr Piyapus hoping for a BA and he told me I needed a donut lift too. But I'm only 22 and no kids. Bit scared about the lift and was wondering if anyone would share your experience/advice. Also a perth surgeon I would be fine with just an implant but I feel like I won't truly be 100% happy. Kind of hoping info about scars, infection, breast feeding and needing more lifts down the road
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