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  1. Hey girls! This is my first post; just looking for some advice on multiple things to do with the surgery. I've planned the BA at the beginning of my travels for at least 6 months. We're going to Thailand, Dubai, then travelling around Europe. I know and understand the recovery time and the process of a BA and will be taking time in Thailand and Dubai particularly to relax and recover for a few weeks to begin with and have a very supportive boyfriend to help me throughout. I've booked my BA with Dr. Veerawat in Phuket in February. From the online consultation, I've discovered my breasts are slightly tuberous. Surgical recommendation is that I have a tight and narrow lower pole and will require some internal scoring, dual plane placement, with teardrop implants. It also states that if I want more with my nipples he would suggest a donut lift. I've read that he tends to suggest this option to perfect the look quite often. Personally I think internal scoring with be enough. Has anyone had this experience? I'm just worried that my nipples with stretch and look bigger. Does this occur with a BA for people with slight/mild tuberous breasts quite often and is it possibly better to have a donut lift? My nipples are I guess relatively big considering the size of my breasts currently, yet my breasts are quite tiny. Does anyone suggest the Surgery Travel warranty with cosmeditour? Would love to hear any advice. X
  2. I have finally booked my BA consultation this month for my spring boobs! The question I have is about travelling after surgery. I need to confirm my holiday dates with my partner's and my work, before my consultation appointment date so I'm not going to have a chance to ask the surgeon this Q before my work's holiday leave deadline. I am not sure how close to surgery I can safely go overseas? Has anyone else gone overseas in the months after their BA and if so, how soon? I am so nervous as it is, and don't want to put in for surgery leave as well as holiday leave and find I've mistimed it all. Any feedback would be much appreciated.
  3. Hi all, After nearly a decade of wanting lovely boobies, i've made some real steps into getting them. I started out confident going off friends advice, but the more I learnt, the more hesitant i've become... learning the difference between cosmetic surgeon vs plastic, good and bad stories etc. After looking at a million private surgeons, I'm now leaning towards travelling to Brisbane (i'm in Sydney) and going to The Breast Institute. I like the information they have given me and have been much more personal than all the others. I was hoping for some advise on those who have travelled interstate for a BA (Especially if with TBI) and if it was worth it. OR if you went to a surgeon in Sydney and could make a reccomendation. I really want to regain my confidence so I actually can go through with the surgery! Thanks!
  4. Hi ladies, I have seen a lot of you have travelled for your surgery and was just wondering what your consults were like. Did you Skype your surgeon or something before the face to face consult? Should I be requesting this? Thanks in advance! X
  5. Hi I was wondering if there is anyone traveling to Phuket at the end of November/start of December this year. I will be travelling then for a BA and BL at PIAC and will be travelling alone. I think it would be nice to know someone who is travelling around the same time as coming closer to my surgery date I am starting to get a little nervous about travelling alone. Also any travel tips would be great for those who have been. Thanks Suzy xx
  6. Hi everyone, I'll be travelling alone to Phuket for BA in December of this year. Would love to know if anyone is also travelling on their own and would like to "share the pain" for a few days! Would also love to hear if anyone has travelled on their own and whether it is safe to do day activities on your own and any suggestions or tips? Thanks in advance :)
  7. I have seen a few ladies here are the first time oversea traveller. Not only you have to worry about procedure prep and what follows, you are doing it in a complete foreign place far away from home. Have any of you do this on your own. So just curious what are concerns running into your head and how do you manage? BTW, here's some quote that I quite like. “These places really aren’t dangerous,” she says, “but there are these stories. I just sort of felt that I needed to push past these fears, and I knew that the risks would be worth the reward. ~ Candace Rardon, young solo traveller writer”
  8. So not long to go now eeeeek getting so excited and worried all at the same time. Definatly havnt met my weightloss goals, quit smoking which kinda threw a spanner in the works but ahwell it will all fall into place overtime i guess I have a bit of an idea on what i will need to pack but lil help please. Creams? Lotions? Vitamins? ect Thanks in advance ladies
  9. Ha ha. Ok I know this thread has been posted before, but I need some help. I'm looking for some private health insurance for me and my partner whilst we are overseas in Australia. Our last backpacking insurance just ran out. What am I looking for when getting PHI? Say if I needed to have some emergency surgery on my new boobs or if I had CC, would i just need hospital cover for that or is it under cosmetic surgery? Everyone is too busy at my work to help me out and I know you girlies are so helpful :-) I tried to ring a company up the other week but I got very frustrated having to repeat myself several times as he couldn't understand my accent so I put the phone down thanks in advance girls. X
  10. Has anyone travelled abroad before? Where did you head off to? Were your tickets fairly affordble? Who do you get cheap flights from? Do you recommend travel agents to plan and book or do you buy direct from who your gonna fly with? I have no idea about flying, i've flown to darwin and back from Brisbane in June this year and thats it. Did get a passport for my surgery plans to Thailand but as thats taken a spin and im getting boobies done here at home, i want to plan a trip next year to visit a friend in London mid next year and hopefully New York at the end of next year but im clueless. any info would be great. xo
  11. Evening all! I'm trying to plan accommodation in Phuket in April 2013, and am unsure as to how far from the hospital I should venture. How many post op checks do you have and on what days general, ie day 2,5,10 etc etc. I'm wondering whether going to Koh Samui or Phi Phi island for the latter part of our 12 day trip is/isn't a good idea?? We're booked to arrive in Phuket late on 30/3/13, surgery booked on Monday 1/4/13, and booked to leave 11/4/13, but am considering pushing that out to 13/4/13. Any advice??
  12. Hi All, Most travel insurance wont cover medical related travel, especially for elective surgery. In my research to travel to Thailand for BA I stumbled across an american company that does provide coverage for medical travel. They even have an option to cover your travel companions. The amount for medical travel insurance is quite high opposed to normal travel insurance, but from my understanding it covers complications on the table and up to a certain timeframe (months) after surgery and basic cover needs in case of accidents while travelling abroad. follow the link for more information. or even contact them for info. https://www.globalprotectivesolutions.com hope that helps some people
  13. Have been thinking of traveling to tahiland for a BA. I have a family of 4, two adults and to kids aged 3 & 2. The cost in aus will be around 10-13k I have received quotes from a couple of agencies everything included for around 5k for myself only. I have been wondering if it's worth it? With the extra air fares around another two thousand, food and accommodation. Would you do it? Any advice from other traveling families? Are there advantages I havn't thought of... Thanks
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