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  1. So it has been almost four years since my first breast augmentation with Dr David Chin from Advanced Plastic Surgery in Brisbane. I was initially (mostly) satisfied with the results, but had my suspicions about uneven pockets - and the remaining asymmetry. As they’ve settled over the years, I’ve noticed them looking more and more uneven, and very wide set. I’ve also had a lot of problems with breast animation while training, and discomfort with a ‘pulling/tugging’ sensation, particularly in my left breast. I finally decided to take the plunge and look into revision. Unfortunately, having moved to the UAE, I was unable to consult with Dr Chin again - but I doubt he would have been easy to convince to perform a revision, as when I brought up my concerns initially after surgery, he dismissed them quickly, and showed me images of my ‘befores’ - saying that it was an improvement. I decided to speak to a surgeon here instead. The surgeon here advised me to get an MRI, as she suspected a capsular contracture, but after viewing the images it showed the pockets cut very uneven (one an inch and a half higher than the other), and too small for the implants - causing rippling, and she says likely the discomfort and animation, too. I decided to also look into options for surgery in Thailand, as I’ve read a lot of ladies have had better luck with their revisions there, and am in the process of booking with Dr Sanguan at PPSI around mid-August (in just a few weeks). It works out around the same price for me and my family to travel to Thailand and have a break away together, as well as get the surgery done, so it seemed like a feasible option. Plus, I’ve read excellent reviews about Dr Sanguan, and see that he is the head of the Plastic Surgery Hospital there. I feel positive about the results, and my husband was able to get some leave, so him and daughter will join me around 2-3 days after the surgery, and we can enjoy a little time together then, but I am just a little nervous about traveling there alone for the surgery and being away from my family for those few days until they arrive. If anyone is traveling to Phuket at the same time, or if anyone has any positive experiences to share about their surgery in Thailand, I’d love to hear from you . Anyway, I’ll update progress in this thread, and it might help someone else in the future, too 😊
  2. Hello, I am off to Thailand on the 28th of August to have cosmetic surgery at PPSI with Dr. Pongstatorn. I will be having mid-lower facelift and neck lift with under chin correction as well as blephorapasty (upper and lower). I have a question for people who have had procedures done regarding outpatient pain medication. Do we get pain relief even though they are very strict about it in Thailand? The drug laws are so strict I was wondering will patients get strong relief like panadeine forte? Over should I bring my own ( which I understand I need a note and not 30 days supply due to laws in importing medication) The only thing I am dreading is the pain management. Other than tha5 I am looking forward to getting rid of the loose skin caused by weight loss and age. Thanks for any clarification! Kaz
  3. Hi ladies, has anyone had to go back and get a revision under PPSI's warranty? I have major lateral displacement and my boobs are only 12 months old interested to hear your stories or advice
  4. Hi all, so I'm booked into PPSI with Dr Sanguan in July. Not long to go I'm so excited! Anyways, I was wondering if there are any girls on here who do weight lifting and have strong chest muscles and have had implants? I'm a little worried about the implants moving or looking a bit deformed with placement under the muslce? But I'm worried about them looking fake over... Dr. Sanguan said submuscular which is half and half. Has anyone had any experience with this? Thanks in advance for any help.
  5. Hello, just wondering if anyone has had upper & lower eyelid surgery with Dr Piyapas @ PPSI? Thanks In Advance 😀
  6. Hi ladies! I am currently organising my BA surgery in June/July at PPSI (PIAC) with Dr Narupon. I am travelling alone from Australia, and thought it would be a great chance to meet up with other ladies to share our exciting boob-tacular journey! Is anyone interested?
  7. Well today I am 3 days post op Tt, Br & lipo on hips. hardly any pain from incisions just niggling pains which I can deal with, the pain I'm getting is just back and neck pain from how I'm sitting laying ect I had my breast drains removed yesterday as well as catheter and was up waddling to toilet and back to bed yesterday. Today I feel much better still draining a lot though so maybe tomorrow I can get the tummy drains removed but feeling so much better and less sleeping as I don't have to take much pain meds now, the worse part of my experience so far is the food they serve here it's terrible (even if you order from their "resturant" so my fav's are water coffee and corn flakes lol the nurses are really good and the hospital is so nice. I was concerned about language barriers ect but need to worry
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