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325CC or 350CC? Help...this 25cc difference is totally consuming me

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Hi Ladies, 

I'm agonizing over 25CCs. I know many say this is miniscule but I want my new additions to suit my body/active lifestyle. I currently measure 10AA (if that...imagine a flat surface with nipples). I'm 163cm tall (5'4), weighing 65kg. My surgeon suggested 350CC for the natural look I desire. I tried on sizers for 325CC and 350CC (Round-Mentor, Moderate Plus implants). He also said the difference between the two implants was 3mm in width, no change in projection. I'm still no closer to picking a size. I fear that I'll end up looking chunky with the 350CC, and then wonder if I'll regret going too small with 325CC. If this forum has shown me anything, it's that a small implant can go a long way on small frames.  

Desperate to hear similar experiences or stats. I booked in my surgery for 28th Feb but then cancelled because I couldn't decide on a size for them to order:-( 

-Bec xX

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I originally got 320cc anatomical in 2018 and have almost exact same stats to you.  Started out as an A cup.  I ended up with HUGE boobs that made me look bigger than I really am... my bra size was 32DD and I looked liked a solid DD too.  So many people would comment on how big my boobs were and I hated it... even though they did look natural.


Fast forward to this year and I've switched over to Motiva Ergonomix 275cc and I already feel way better.  I feel like around this size, no more than 300cc will bring you to your goal. :)

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Hi there. If your going under the muscle which sounds like you will be remember you can loose up to 50/60 CCs as the muscle compresses the implant. I'm 5'7 and 58 kg with a 13 cm BWDand have 440 cc anatomical implants, was a 32A (10A) before my BA now a 10 DD/E depending on the style of bra .25 cc is negligible and you won't notice a difference in reality it's only 3 table spoons. This was taken around September last year 


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