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  1. So this is the start of my journey. I am not really expecting too many people to read or follow, but I figured that if there is anyone out there to give me tips or advice, then I would love to hear it! Actually I would love to hear it all! I would rather be prepared with more advice than not enough. Over the past 2 weeks i have been investigating getting a tummy tuck. The more I have researched, the more appealing the mummy makeover has become. I actually love my breasts and did not really see a need to get them increased, but now after looking at enhancements, i am excited. I have been considering the costs of getting a mummy makeover here in Australia versus Thailand. I have gone over the pros & cons for the surgery & being overseas in an international country versus being at home. I like the idea of being at home for my recovery, however I know myself too well, i will not rest, I will run after my kids & did I mention that I am super mum - well so I think. But reality has hit me that I will be down & out for at least a few weeks & I want the best results from my surgery i can possibly get. So I have decided to go away to Thailand. Not to meantion that the cost has also been a major positive factor in this decision. Now to find a surgeon. I have read a lot of great feedback about Dr Boonchai & I have also read a lot of positive feedback about Cosmeditour. So I have made the first steps & contacted cosmeditour. They not only tried calling me to discuss what I am wanting to achieve but they have been very helpful with the million questions that i already have. First steps with cosmeditour - complete the online assessment form along with your photos for assessment. So this was a little daunting. I want to get a TT because I have always ben a fit & active dancer. But after having my children my stomach muscles did not rejoin & I have excess skin. Not only do I dislike the look of my stomach, but I cannot stand anybody looking at me - BUT WAIT - I have to send these photos to start my consultation. Anyways I have done it. I have sent all 12 photos through & now I am waiting on the results of my assessment. The surgeon they think would be best for me, the proceedure, size etc. I am now excited. I guess one thing that I did not mention is that I am looking to get this done around 20th August 2016 - yep about 5 weeks time. So if there is anybody else going to Thailand around the same time, i would love to hear from you. Once I have confirmed my surgery booking, I am sure that I will have a million questions about aftercare, garments, preparation for the op etc. I will post some photos shortly of my progress & story.
  2. So this is the start of my journey. I am not really expecting too many people to read or follow, but I figured that if there is anyone out there to give me tips or advice, then I would love to hear it! Actually I would love to hear it all! I would rather be prepared with more advice than not enough. Over the past 2 weeks i have been investigating getting a tummy tuck. The more I have researched, the more appealing the mummy makeover has become. I actually love my breasts and did not really see a need to get them increased, but now after looking at enhancements, i am excited. I have been considering the costs of getting a mummy makeover here in Australia versus Thailand. I have gone over the pros & cons for the surgery & being overseas in an international country versus being at home. I like the idea of being at home for my recovery, however I know myself too well, i will not rest, I will run after my kids & did I mention that I am super mum - well so I think. But reality has hit me that I will be down & out for at least a few weeks & I want the best results from my surgery i can possibly get. So I have decided to go away to Thailand. Not to meantion that the cost has also been a major positive factor in this decision. Now to find a surgeon. I have read a lot of great feedback about Dr Boonchai & I have also read a lot of positive feedback about Cosmeditour. So I have made the first steps & contacted cosmeditour. They not only tried calling me to discuss what I am wanting to achieve but they have been very helpful with the million questions that i already have. First steps with cosmeditour - complete the online assessment form along with your photos for assessment. So this was a little daunting. I want to get a TT because I have always ben a fit & active dancer. But after having my children my stomach muscles did not rejoin & I have excess skin. Not only do I dislike the look of my stomach, but I cannot stand anybody looking at me - BUT WAIT - I have to send these photos to start my consultation. Anyways I have done it. I have sent all 12 photos through & now I am waiting on the results of my assessment. The surgeon they think would be best for me, the procedure, size etc. I am now excited. I guess one thing that I did not mention is that I am looking to get this done around 20th August 2016 - yep about 5 weeks time. So if there is anybody else going to Thailand around the same time, i would love to hear from you. Once I have confirmed my surgery booking, I am sure that I will have a million questions about aftercare, garments, preparation for the op etc. I will post some photos shortly of my progress & story.
  3. Hey, im new here!, i am 18 years old and getting a breast augmentation early august i am going to Phuket in early august with my boyfriend, and i am trying to get Dr Boonchai as i ave heard such good things about him, i am 168cms, 50kgs and hoping for 300-325ccs, moderate plus, and probably under the muscle. if any there girls are getting there boobs in late july- august let me know it would be great if we could compare stories closer to the date, also if anybody has had theirs done at PIAC it would be great to hear from you too Also any suggestions on what to bring, good scar products, anything i need to do before i go, thank you
  4. Hi Ladies, I'm new to this forum and I have my BA surgery in 9 days with Dr Hewitt in Perth. I was just wondering if anyone has any tips about anything I can do pre and post op to make my recovery a bit smoother and easier? This is my first time having any surgery and I'm sure theres things I could organise now to make my recovery easier, that I haven't thought of yet I'm having 375CC/400CC under the muscle. Also how do I get one of those cool little count down things Thanks!
  5. I have finally, after many years researching and many more wanting, made a consultation appointment for my BA. The second I got off the phone the guilt hit me. Am I doing the right thing? Am I being selfish? I am a Mum of 2 who was small (A) before breast feeding and have flattened out more since. I'd like to go teardrop, silicone, 300cc (ish) I am only 153cm and 47 kg so anything too big will overwhelm. I don't want to go too small and get disappointed either. The only surgeon's work I have loved is Miroshnik's. I know a few girls on here have been to him (I have been watching this forum on and off for a while). The feeling became too intense this time and I think I can finally juggle the cost. So now the 6 week wait begins. Does anyone know roughly how long the wait is between consultation and surgery times?
  6. Hi Ladies, I'm looking into getting my breasts done and have heard such great things about Dr Phil Richardson. Just wondering if some of you could give me some information on him, how your procedures went, good and bad, pain, cost, etc. And any women that can recommend any other doctors, I'm from Brisbane so any information would be greatly appreciated. thanks!
  7. Hey ladies, Very new to this forum, although have been looking over this forum for about 6 months until i finally decided to make my own profile! Moving forward... I have forever been wanting to get a BA done however have never had the funds... Though i came across "The Cosmetic Institute" and reading the reviews.. i was impressed by the amount of happy women and patients that had their surgery there and their prices tend not to be as high as most other places in Sydney. Is there anyone who did use financing like Mac Credit etc. or would you all recommend to pay in the full without getting the assistance. Can't wait to hear your feedback
  8. Hello everyone! this is my first time posting, so I hope I'm doing this all right as as a bit of background, I've finally made the big decision to get my boobs done and I'm very excited and nervous all at the same time. I'm hoping to go with TCI, but I am still waiting to hear back from them (emailed about a week ago with pics and questions etc) - but I just wanted to hear from a few girls that have had theirs done, no matter by who. (I've read through almost all the posts on here but I'd still love to hear from some people) i have a cup breasts now (b cup if the bra is small) and a relatively small ribcage I think? (28.5"). My measurements are 180cm tall, 32", 27.5" and 36" - so honestly, I'd like to get up to a d cup (or whatever is realistic) so I can have an even looking body (or at least not have people constantly commenting/making jokes about how I don't have boobs). Over time it's become a bit of a sore spot for me. At 23, I think I want to be a proper woman now. Im worried about what I'm actually starting with though, as my nipples sit quite low and point out a bit.... Has anyone else had this kind of problem? (I've attached two photos so you can see... Sorry for the quality!) so, my question is, what kind of size implants would I be looking at? I want something -relatively- natural looking, so I thought teardrop shaped but I don't know what kind of implants TCI prefer or what have you. How would this all work so it doesn't look like I've got 'stripper boobs' as my bf puts it haha. Any advice would be great! also, how did everyone go post op looking after themselves? I will likely be going solo (have thought about prep work so when I get back to the room, everything will be low in reach and easy to access etc) unless my bf can get time off work - I'm being pretty private about this for now at least (although anyone who knows me will instantly notice the job lol... My MIL kept asking me what I had down my top when I last wore a push up bra :S) sorry for the long post. I hope someone can help! x
  9. Hi I'm a mum to 2, nearly 30 & I've just booked in for a consult & surgery I am nervous & excited!!! Would love to talk to others & meet new people ❤
  10. Hey there everyone I've actually already had my breast augmentation done recently but I've found this forum to be ever so helpful leading up to it...yes I was an intense lurker (is that what they're called?). Anyways, I finally made the executive decision to actually sign up haha so I could stop lurking and actually engage and have my silly questions directly answered! Not only am I a newbie but I am a youngin (18) too haha so I don't have a large amount of people to talk about my new boobs too...other than everyone asking me questions, thank god for this forum or I would've been lost and well not know how to answer anyone's questions haha. Anyways, I feel like I'm writing an email that no one will ever read this feels silly but in case anyone does happen to read this long dragged on post then I do have some post op questions! I got brazilians so I am aware that they are known to be harder for longer so I've come to terms with that but I was wondering if anyone else had spread apart boobs for long? My surgeon Dr. Harwood said it was just fluid (and my boobs are naturally more spread apart) but I was wondering if anyone could shed light on how long their fluid in the cleavage area lasted? It hasn't been long for me since the surgery maybe a week and half or something like that. I assume that my nipple sensitivity and the mild numbness on the under part of my breasts are normal from the posts and such I've read but of course I'm young and antsy so a confirmation would be ever so lovely . Well that was my little hello and ramble
  11. Hi, I'm new to this forum but have wanted a breast augmentation/areola reduction since the age of 15 but don't know where to start. Last July I was booked into Bumrungrad, Bangkok for this procedure but spent too much money shopping in the month prior to my appointment so had to cancel. I'm glad i did in the end because it turns out I know nothing except for my ideal size (full C cup). I would appreciate any links to information and if anyone can help me get a start on my research. Also, I'm wanting to go to Thailand this July purely for the operation, so no impulse spending! Thanks everyone
  12. Hi all I thought I would introduce myself. Jazzi here, 25yr old F from s.a. I am hoping to get a TT in the near future (next 2years) I have a "apron" and lots of stretch marks after 3 c/s's and weightloss of 20+ kgs, I am currently 69kgs 10kgs away from my "goal" weight even though before pregnancies I was 64-68kgs. I do NOT have private health insurance and will be paying for surgery. If you have any info on medicare and if I may get "help" please comment I have been told I might be able to get surgery on medicare but others say I'll be paying 7,000 + (i am a centrelink recepiant) I have a big "hang-up" about my tummy (no pun intended) lol and it came close to ruining me. Support from my husband has helped me to be more realistic and see that it's not the end of the world. I am going to see Dr. Bernard Carney from adelaide for a consultation in a few months, If anyone has had any dealings with Dr. Carney could you please message me I would like to speak to some of his patients and learn more about him and his practice. Thank you Sooki / JAzz
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