Boob Job

Boob Job

RosesThorns RosesThorns
So I am back to considering having breast enhancement surgery. I have been thinking about this since I was about 18, back then I was a tiny A cup now I am a rather lopsided C. I have pretty much never been comfortable with how my body looks(looked) and I have started really having some strong feelings about getting implants. I am also starting to work out again and trying to tone up/slim down. Anyways, if you have had breast enhancement (or decided against it), what were somethings you took into consideration before making your decision?

If you had a crappy body image, did surgery help?

Were you concerned about becoming addicted to the knife (thumbs up for Repo reference)?

Thanks Ladies!
10/10/2011
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Peggi Peggi
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Originally posted by RosesThorns
So I am back to considering having breast enhancement surgery. I have been thinking about this since I was about 18, back then I was a tiny A cup now I am a rather lopsided C. I have pretty much never been comfortable with how my body looks(looked) ...
I have never had any type of breast augmentation, however, one of my best friends thought about it, and I'll tell you the same thing I told her.

You will want to consider weight fluctuations in the future. Weight gain or loss can change your breast size. Not only will this affect whether you want to enlarge them or not, but also if you go ahead with it, it should affect the size you choose. Should you have weight gain, they may become too large and become painful for you.

Pregnancy is another thing to consider. Not only does this often cause a woman's breasts to grow typically, but if you plan to breastfeed, which is recommended for all mothers as this is how babies develop their immune systems, sometimes but not always, breast augmentation can affect the ducts where milk is secreted.

Finding the right surgeon is also very important, because so many women don't do their research and end up seeing someone who over-charges for a less-than-satisfactory procedure, or worse yet, the second part of that statement in general! Many women have paid for implants and had scarring, over or under "inflation" (injection of saline) or uneven breasts. Often, this is due to not finding a great surgeon. Unfortunately, the less expensive routes are usually the worst idea you can go through with. Which leads to...

Expense. A typical cost of augmentation is $3,500 to $4,500 and many physicians are now requiring the payment in full before the procedure. For some, this may be a bit pricey. You'll want to take that into consideration.

Recovery is stated to be about 2 weeks, but from having seen women have this procedure, keep in mind you are looking at closer to 3 before you can resume normal activity.

All of that being said, a lot of women go into this being concerned about the need for future surgeries more than addiction to cosmetic procedures. Although this can be a life-changing procedure (and if you have issues with your body, it really can be!) you often need to have it redone later due to aging, if you've had issues with maintaining weight, or with pregnancy. Also, breast lifts, which cost just a bit more than the initial surgery, need to be considered as a possibility.

All-in-all, knowing what you are going in to and finding the correct surgeon aside, I think that augmentation is excellent for women who know what they are getting into, know the risks and have weighed them against the benefits, and have done their research.
10/10/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
I had my breast done in August. I am very happy with my results! I'm happy to answer any specific questions you have. I actually aired my consultation and my surgery on my web show.

link. Consults

link Surgery

Peggi made some great points. Finding a board certified competent plastic surgeon is your first decision.
There are several things to consider about placement, incision, and implant type. Do your research so you'll feel better about your decision.
Go for a consult if you are on the fence. Usually consults are free and you can get your questions answered.
Peggi was right too about recovery. I had people telling me the down time was just a few days. I wasn't feeling back to ke for about a month. While after 2 weeks I was able to get out, it was another 2 weeks before I felt up to myself again.

Again, happy to answer any questions!
10/10/2011
Peggi Peggi
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
I had my breast done in August. I am very happy with my results! I'm happy to answer any specific questions you have. I actually aired my consultation and my surgery on my web show.

link. Consults

link Surgery

Peggi made ...
I am watching your videos!!!

Always room to learn! Too bad you had about a month's worth of recovery. Many women do, although as with you, after roughly 2 weeks it is possible to get up and about it certainly doesn't mean ready to do all of the daily activities as from before.

Glad to hear another wonderful success story on augmentation!
10/10/2011
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