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I just wanted to say that the support on here has been absolutely amazing! I think without the support plus all the information on the threads, I really would have felt like I was stumbling on the dark with the decisions of which doctor, type of implant, size, healing for my BA etc. Sometimes women can rip each other apart and bring each other down. But, I have found this forum to be very positive, warm and encouraging. So, I just wanted to say thank you!
Does anyone have any advice, tips or similar situations where you've had to tell someone about your surgery that may not be very (or not at all) supportive? I want to book my BA this week but don't think I should until I tell my dad... Unfortunately I'm 20 years old and still live at home and will until I finish my uni degree so I have to tell my dad there's no way I can hide it especially since I'll need my mums help. Last year I jokingly said I might go to Thailand and get my boobs done and my dad went OFF and called me a slut and stripper and an idiot etc. My dad is very strict and priva
Hi there, We've been reading your inspiring comments and just wanted to say thank you for sharing your BA experience - we're so glad that your BA has made such a positive impact on your life! We thought you'd be interested to know that Nagor are offering a £10 Figleaves voucher for any women who head over to their Facebook page and share their BA story - https://www.facebook.com/NagorGlobal Nagor want to empower women who may be researching breast surgery by sharing the positive stories of others - after all, it's great to know you have the support of others when you're on such an impor