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How do you know if you need a lift?

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I was wondering how you know if you need a lift? I know there are cases where it is obvious but i hear a lot on this forum about women who have been told by one surgeon they need a lift and then told by another that they don't.

I initially thought i needed a lift but now I'm not so sure?

When the implants are in will it just lift them up a bit or just make them more saggy? I really want perky boobs

Anyone with similar pre op boobs to me not get a lift and still have nice perky boobs?

Im having a little freak out because i have seen some pictures of women whose boobs look more saggy afterwards and i really really dont want that to happen at all and id rather just get it all done at the same time instead of having more surgery down the track

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Not sure about the incision types for lifts etc but I think mine were saggier than yours and I didn't need a lift. It has to do with the distance of the nipple below the crease. I had an extra high profile which has helped to lift mine. Your surgeon will be able to advise you if he thinks you need one...I wouldn't think so though.

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see yours look nice and perky now thats what i want.

I remember reading about the nipple in relation to the crease but i can remember what the distance was but i measured mine and i thought i was borderline.

Just want to gather as much info as i can because im worried ill be given the choice to have a lift or not to have a lift and if thats the case i want to make the right choice. gah so hard lol

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I think that is a lot of girl's worry. As soon as my Dr looked at me and did the measurements he said the good news was that I didn't need a lift. I can see you have 2 consultations so you can be reassured you are getting good advice :) As mine are settling the nipple is moving even further up too so the type of implant I have is certainly doing the trick.

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