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I'm 15 days post op and was fitted while in hospital with my post op bras but yesterday I noticed when I took it off there was a mark on the underside of one breast, I thought initially it was a stretch mark but it was slightly indented when I felt it. I sleep bra-less and this morning when I checked, it had gone away. Have just looked again now and same spot, same side has the mark/indent on it again ? I'm thinking that the bra is too small, but given I was fitted by the nurse it shouldn't be! I just don't want it to leave a permanant indentation on that breast if that's even a possibility. Also my breasts are both still so, so sensitive. I can't stand the seatbelt across my chest when I'm driving, and sometimes even my top is irritating and makes them feel tender, despite them bej g super numb at the same time - when does this feeling go away?!?
Hi, I was so pleased fo find this forum and to hear that so many people have already been through this. I've had an overly large bust all my adult life and have considered breast reduction on and off since I was 21 (I'm now 47). Today clinched it for me, when I went in to the bra shop for a fitting and was told that my boobs were 2-3 cup sizes bigger than I thought they were. I thought I was a DD to E. haaa! When the lady started bringing out all the granny-bras, with straps as wide as a ruler, and four hooks at the back, I took off in a cloud of dust. I'm tall and the rest of me is only a Size 12, so this boob-thing has gotten out of control! So... it's been on the back burner long enough. 2015 is going to be my year. My biggest fear is loss of nipple sensation. i have been Googling for hours today, on top of the many other times I've searched over the years. Can anyone recommend a surgeon or a particular technique where nipple sensation is retained? I'm in NSW but would travel for the right procedure. Thanks ladies.
Okay I just wanted to see if anyone has experienced the same problem as me and if you've got any advice to assist. I have always had very sensitive nipples and don't really enjoy my partner going to town on them so he has to be mindful of this. When my milk came in to breast feed my kids they were ridiculously sensitive that almost made me feel sick, I couldn't stand water running directly on them and I hated breast feeding because of it. I was hoping that after having breast augmentation they wouldn't be as sensitive but they are. At first I think due to the skin stretching they were really sensitive but they are now probably only slightly more sensitive than they were prior to surgery. My husband is a little disappointed I think so I was hoping that someone might have some advice or thoughts on how to make them less sensitive as it is painful. I should probably add that I have light coloured nipples and a nurse told me when I was breast feeding that people with lighter nipples generally have more sensitivity - not sure if she was full of **** though. Help please.
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