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Hey, 

I'm a little shorter and a little lighter. 5'3' and 110lbs, bwd 13cm both sides. I've recently had surgery (10dpo) and I had 375cc moderate plus.

Did you show your surgeon goal pics or did he/she flat out refuse to go above that size implant without knowing what you would like? 

It is very common and completely normal to feel nervous, I was petrified the weeks/days leading up to surgery. It's the fear of the unknown! You wait for the day to come and you just hope that your dream is fulfilled the way you hoped. 

What profile have you opted for and are you starting off with much breast tissue?

Good luck ?

 

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I did show him lots of pictures, and he felt based on all my measurements that 345 was the right size. I’m doing moderate profile. I called him Friday just to ask one more time and he was really the size to do, and told me to stop look at the internet and driving myself crazy. :p

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He may have decided that the 345cc is the largest cc he can go for your anatomy. Some ladies do have multiple surgeries to get to their desired size. But on the other hand, your surgeon sounds like he is confident in the size chosen for your frame. Good luck for your surgery today. I am sure it will all work out and that you will look fantastic. Keep us posted. x

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Well, surgery went well. I got home 4 hours after I went in. My PS said that due to my fitness (I’m a runner and lift weights) the muscle was pretty tight. So I’m in more pain that I expected. Just laying here, or gently walking, is fine, but any use of my muscles sends them spasaming. Hopeful this slows down. 

Here in the US (specifically Texas) there is a surgeon that claims to have you out to dinner the night after your surgery. I can’t fathom!

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On 08/05/2018 at 8:26 AM, Zoey23 said:

Well, surgery went well. I got home 4 hours after I went in. My PS said that due to my fitness (I’m a runner and lift weights) the muscle was pretty tight. So I’m in more pain that I expected. Just laying here, or gently walking, is fine, but any use of my muscles sends them spasaming. Hopeful this slows down. 

Here in the US (specifically Texas) there is a surgeon that claims to have you out to dinner the night after your surgery. I can’t fathom!

Don’t even listen to those experiences, they are rare. To be honest whether you could be out for dinner that night your body shouldn’t be! It needs to rest. I was a big weight junkie st the gym prior to my surgery which also meant very tight chest muscles, and initially I could really feel the struggle he just have had to get the implants in, but to be honest after a few days everything really started to relax, and yours will too. Don’t push yourself just pace yourself and rest and allow your body to heal. Overdoing it could jeopardize your healing 

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