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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 all breast augmentation mums!! just wondering how everyone's dropping and fluffing experience was? As our skin has already stretched just wondering how quickly everyone's new breasts settled in
  3. I thought this webpage contained a comprehensive list of potential recovery symptoms with clear explanations. Hope it's helpful to those wondering! http://www.justbreastimplants.com/article/breast-augmentation-surgery/after-breast-augmentation-surgery
  4. 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
  5. Hi ladies could someone please describe what a PO bra looks like. Im trying to find PO clothes for the few days/weeks i cant put on normal clothing, alot of the button up tops in cairns are all that see through material. I have a picture in mind of a black boob tube like bra. My surgeon is dr kim harwood so if anyone has been with him would be awesome if you could tell me abit about the bra you were given. I have tried googling but so many different ones come up.
  6. I know that there are not too many torso lifts here on the forum but there are heaps of extended tummy lifts - so please tell me about what you took to hospital to wear to best suit the surgery. I am told that the nurse will not put on the compression garment until one week after the surgery - and I am not sure what this garment will be like exactly - soak generally curious as to what is best. I have already been measured for the compression garment by his nurse - and am wondering whether people have bought additional garments for laundering etc. any ideas welcome
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