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  1. Hi everyone! I'm booked in with Dr. Edmund Ek on the 28th/9 (only 16 days to go, wooo ) to get lipo to my upper and lower abdomen, outer thighs and flanks, teardrop 325-350cc textured implants and an areola lift. I'm 23 with no kids and approx 80kg. Boob wise leftie is a C and rightie is a D/DD. Does anyone have the same surgery date as me? Or is anyone booked with Dr. Ek? If so I would love to read about your experience and/or see before and after pics! It's close to 1.30am and yet again I've spent hours on my phone googling pictures and stories.. I think that I've been running off 6hrs sleep per night for the past few weeks, it may not seem that bad but I don't cope well without at least 8 hours sleep lol I'd also love to hear from any ladies who have had surgery to correct asymmetrical breasts? And for anyone that has had these procedures done all at once, how was your recovery? I work an office job from home, so I'm lucky in that aspect, but I'm worried about being too doped up on painkillers to properly speak with my clients. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! I look forward to chatting with you lovely ladies!
  2. Hi girls, I was wondering if anyone has had their tuberous breasts corrected in Melbourne, and which surgeon did they choose? Please tell me all about your experiences in detail. I am desperate to get mine done, and I have no idea where to start. Thank you!
  3. Hi, First time poster here! I am 26 years old, 174cm with Tuberous Breasts - less than an A cup currently. I have been extremely self conscious about the size and shape of my breasts for years. I have only just been officially diagnosed with Tuberous Breasts and was initially really upset but now I'm feeling relived to finally have a diagnosis. I had a consultation with Dr Luke Stradwick on the Gold Coast and he has suggested 295-370cc tear drop implants placed under the muscle. My only issue is that I have not had kids yet and would like to in the next few years. My chances of being able to breastfeed anyway aren't great but I won't know until it happens. Is there anyone who has been in the same position? Does breastfeeding after an augmention/reconstruction ruin the look of your new boobs?? Any advice and help would be greatly appreciated!
  4. Hi all, I had a consult with Dr M late last year & was told I had tubular breasts. The consult was a whirl wind, I broke down right in the middle of Dr M telling me the news (just a tad embarrassing). I was overcome with emotion, finally someone had confirmed what I had suspected all along...that something just wasn't right. It was also emotional as I was hit with the hard fact my breasts would never be how I wanted them to be after surgery. i wanted to just fill out my C cup but Dr M suggested to go larger to fill the extreme gap between my breasts. It made sense, but part of me would rather have small tubular, than large fake ones that would still look abnormal. Feels like a lose lose situation! The breasts he showed me just felt gigantic! Did anyone else feel like this? And if so, how did you feel about your breasts after the surgery? i don't know what to do! I feel like I either stay with the small tubular breasts that I know and have dealt with so far, or pay a great deal of money to get breasts that aren't what I had dreamed of (before I found out I had tubular breasts) It's hard and emotional but I'm really open to people's experiences and what people have to say. Dr M was fantastic, but I'm getting a second option with Dr Harvey Stern next week as I feel it is a sensible thing to do. Thanks everyone
  5. Hiya Ladies I am looking at adding friends to talk & compare stories & photos of tuberous (mild-grade 1) breasts. If you have them or had them & have had surgery please add me or comment on here so we all can unite together. I know it's hard to gather anyone on here that have the same conditions/issues as ourselves sometimes & hoping this would make it easier to find all of us. It's comforting to know that we don't go through this alone also & that someone else actually understands the emotions we go through. If there are any before & after photos of members on here that would help the rest of us looking at or waiting for our surgeries that would be welcomed also LaydeeTJ x
  6. Hi everyone. Finally gathered enough courage to go for the BA procedure, sitting at a small A cup with signs of tuberous symptoms (knocked back by TCI based on this reason). I've done plenty of research. I've asked around. I've talked to doctor friends, friends who have gotten BA done. And this is probably half of my problem as I am confused with so many options. Ideally I would like to go to a C full cup (im 5'5 at 62 kgs) silicone gel, round, over the muscle, preferably armpit incision or infra-mammary. Really looking at most painless (isn't everybody) and currently have these doctors shortlisted. My best bet is to for with a plastic/cosmetic specialist due to the "tubular" knock back. Dr Stephen Chan Dr Cary Kailis Dr Mark Hanikeri Dr Robert Goldman Dr Chris Allen Looking at advice for the most pain/cost effective-with great post op care advice/reviews on doctors or any other suggestions. I'm trying not to feel terrified of the procedure/pain. So any advice is highly appreciated. Many thanks in advance ladies! Lastly, generally speaking-how long after consultation can you book in for surgery?
  7. I've recently found out I have tubular breasts and coming from my most recent consult in Adelaide it appears I will need two surgeries. The first to place stretchers under the muscle which will be gradually be filled to represent the implant size. A few months laters these stretchers will be removed and the actual implants will be placed in. This procedure was totally new to me and I didn't ask nearly enough questions in my consult. Has anyone had stretchers placed in as a part of their augmentation? Was the double surgery worth the end result? Thanks so much!
  8. So I'm currently in the position to book in a breast augmentation (in Melbourne) but I'm super stressed that due to my tubular breast I will be still unhappy with the appearance of my breast has anyone got any advice or possibly even reassurance for me Thanks ladies
  9. Hi everyone I am new here but am definitely looking forward to getting to know you all here. Anyway, I am a 23 year old slim woman who would like an upgrade from 10B to DD. When I filled out an online consultation with Dr Tavakoli in Sydney (who seems to be a bit of a legend over there) he quoted me for a breast reduction with implants because I have slight tuberous breasts. This would set me back about $18,000. I would get a second opinion. Airfares, accommodation for 2 weeks, food, etc would end up making my trip even more expensive again, and I still need to have money saved up to compensate for the time I will need off work (as a dancer). I saw Dr George Mayson when he was in Melbourne and after doing all the measurements he said that I would definitely need a breast lift with an augmentation. Otherwise, i would certainly get "double bubble" with augmentation alone. He was very nice, but recommended that I wait until after I have kids to have this done, as there is considerable scarring. I left feeling quite sad, as I don't want to wait 6-7 years + to have them done. I am happy to get a lift and put up with scarring just to have the desired size and shape, and so I can fill a bikini top! I am having a consult with Dr Hamish Farrow late January. My hopes are high with him as he specializes in constructive plastic surgery. Does anyone have any intel on him, especially in relation to breast lifts in young patients? I hear that he is excellent at augmentation, but am wondering if anyone has had any problems that he has been able to correct for them, problems that a simple augmentation will not correct.
  10. Hi I've come across a lot of mildly tuberous girls on this site that have required only implants to correct their condition, however I am moderately tuberous grade 2 therefore I require a benelli (nipple) lift as well as a imframammary incision to place the implant because apparently there is more risk of infection and hardening of the breast if you insert via the nipple. I was wondering are there any moderately tuberous girls out there who have required a benelli, or moderates who have had another procedure done to correct the condition... if so please share your experience also who was your surgeon. Thanks ladies
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