Post # 1
Soooo….this is totally embarassing but I’m the smallest bra size that exists. As a matter of fact, I don’t need to wear a bra if I didn’t want to. I don’t have time to get a boob job before my wedding but that’s fine, my dress is pretty padded there anyway. I’m seriously considering getting a boob job. I don’t want anything that looks perfectly round and fake, just something natural but still a good size. Maybe a C cup, idk yet.
I actually have some questions about this, so if any of you have had this done I’d really appreciate your help! If I get them done before I have a baby, can I still breast feed? Do they feel pretty real after getting them done or are they kind of hard? (I’ve heard some people say they’re hard but idk if there are different kinds of boob jobs out there). Thanks! 🙂
Post # 3
I’m sure you will get plenty of advice, but in the meantime, you could do a search and find lot of threads on this! I can’t help because I had the opposite problem and had a reduction 7 years ago 😉
Post # 4
@MusiqueEstVie: I would wait until you have kids if you want to breast feed. Also, you boobs might get bigger and stay bigger after kids!
You are my mom’s size. I am a D or Dirty Delete. It (sadly) has caused a lot of tension beween us as I grew up. She used to always nag me about showing ANY cleavage, and then make jealous digs at my chest size.
I would not go larger than a C if you decide to do it (but since you are already so small, you might actually only be able to go up to a B, that happened to someone I knew in college).
Honestly, as a large-busted lady, I am so jealous of women who don’t even need a bra. I hate wearing them! And I have a lot of back pain from carrying around my chest. And working out is often painful. And good bras are expensive!
I think your size looks best in most current women’s fashion trends. I look pregnant in anything baggy, flowy, or drapy, and it is really hard to buy button-ups that don’t gap at the bust while still being too big everywhere else.
FI’s sister had one a few years ago, and she seems really happy with it. If it were me, though, I’d stick with what nature gave me and enjoy being able to buy any tank top I wanted, and wear unique necklines/backs on dresses without a bra.
But then, I fantasize about getting a reduction one day, so who am I to give that advice?
Post # 5
I got a boob job a year ago. I was a 36 A before my boob job. I went with 550 cc implants under the muscle and am now 34DD/36D. Mine look and feel real. They are not hard at all. I was afraid they would look round and fake but luckily mine don’t. I don’t have kids yet so I don’t know about breast feeding after getting implants.
Post # 6
You should do a lot of research on the Plastics Surgeons in your area- they are the difference between a bad boob job and a good one.
Post # 7
I also can’t vouch for pregnancy/breastfeeding questions, but I do know that some of the most natural ones I’ve seen pics of were implants placed under the pectoral muscles..! (Esp if the woman is super thin)
I would also go to a plastic surgeon who specializes in breast augmentations.. like Dr. Robert Rey from Dr. 90210… swoon.
Post # 8
I have the opposite problem. I’m 5’2 and a 32Dirty Delete (now a 34Dirty Delete since I’ve gained a bit of weight). I find nothing sexier in the world that smaller-chested women. Honestly! If only you knew how lucky you are! You can wear ANYTHING. I look like a sl*t in a ton of clothes that aren’t meant to be sexy just b/c my boobs are so ginormous. But you would look sexy in a classy way, not trashy the way I do. 🙁
If you do go through with it, don’t go too big because it’ll be so obviously fake. And, yes, the ones that go under the muscle tend to be the most natural looking. I wouldn’t get bigger than a B, if I were you b/c it would probably still look fairly natural.
Post # 9
@MusiqueEstVie: I got mine 2 years ago. I’m 5′ 3 and was a 34B. I’m now a VS 36D. When I did my consultation, I said I only wanted to go up a cup but the surgeon said it was more of how many CCs rather than cup size. I can’t remember mine (warranty is somewhere around) but I think it was about less than 300CCs each.
There’s the option of silicone vs saline, under nipple vs under muscle, under breast incision vs through the armpit.
I got silicone, under the muscle with incisions under the breast. If you plan to breast feed, then don’t go for under the nipple. Mine are very natural, soft feeling and frankly, no one can tell the difference. In fact, the only reason it comes up is if people are amazed how my bra size compared to my height (I’m Asian. Famous for small chests).
After the surgery, my breasts were quite high up but after a few months, they dropped and look more natural now. But all in all, they’re still fairly perky. 😀 Hope I didn’t ramble on too much.
Post # 10
Thanks for all of your input! Under the muscle sounds great, and now I’m thinking more about a B instead of a C (since I’m pretty small already anyway). Now time for me to research plastic surgeons! Thanks! 🙂
Post # 11
Only you know what is right for you, but… I have a friend who got a boob job for her wedding, and she regrets it. She had to totally change her wardrobe, and basically she doesn’t feel herself. She’s considering having them removed, but is worried about the skin stretching and everything. So, be REALLY sure about it. A wedding is only one day, and a boob job – while common – is still major surgery.
Perhaps have a look at some pictures of top ballerinas to see how feminine and beautiful a small chest can look – like Darcey Bussell, Svetlana Zakharova, etc.
Post # 12
Hello! I was totally flat chested all through high-school and college. I hated wearing bathing suits and was always so self-conscience about how I looked. I finally decided to get saline implants. AND IT WAS ONE OF THE BEST DECISIONS I’VE EVER MADE. That was back in 1997 (I was 24) and I still have the original ones in today. No problems ever, but I’ve heard that some women will have problems so do your research. I am now a 34B. I do wish I would have gone a little bit bigger, but I am quite happy with them.
My surgeon put the implants in under my nipples. After a couple a years, you could barely see scarring. Now, you definitely cannot see any at all. Going in under the nipples allows me to still breast-feed as the ducts are not cut during the implants (theoretically). I do not have kids, so I’ve never tried to breast feed, but that was one of the main reasons why he went under the nipples instead of implanting them through the arm-pit area.
If you’d like more info, please feel free to send me a note.