(Closed) Ehh Hemm…so how bout those breast implants?

posted 7 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 3
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580 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Don’t you dare get them! You are small, you will be in proportion, and think of all the tops and dresses you could wear now that you couldn’t before! No back pain!
You don’t even want to know how ridiculously large mine are. I envy you!

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I rock the Miraculous push up by VS (target & Macys both have versions too) and its AH-MAZ-ING!!! They even make bathing suites with these bad boys built in now!

http://www.victoriassecret.com/ss/Satellite?ProductID=1265657327134&c=Page&cid=1319075840382&pagename=vsdWrapper

A few years ago I was all ready to go and get a set done, but my biggest concern was that they have to be re-done every 15-20 years, so at 20 years old, that ment at least 3 more surgeries in my life…..

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

I wouldn’t mine getting a lil oomph! But I gotta say that it would make me feel “un-natural” But if I had the chance I probably would do it! After breastfeeding they did get a lil different but not in a bad way. I’m just grateful to have some lol 36C

Post # 7
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56 posts
Worker bee

I would say if it is effecting your self esteem and your relationship to go for it. I have seen some marriages almost fall apart post breast feeding because the women were so uncomfortable with their post baby breast. 

Post # 8
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Think about it for awhile, do research, go in and have a consultation with a plastic surgeon. I was never big to begin with, after having my son, I am the same size but gravity has done some damage for sure. I would never get implants but only because I am happy with my size (I sure wouldn’t mind a lift though). If it’s something you really feel would make you feel like “you” again, I think it’s worth at least looking into.

Post # 10
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

I had mine done about a year and a half ago, and I am THRILLED with my results. I had serious self esteem issues with mine before…example: I was with my ex for over 3 years and would never let him look at me without a shirt on in the light. Awful, I know.. imagine how I felt. I was so flat, did not look proportionate at all, and there were tons of clothes I just couldn’t wear. I didn’t go huge. I got 350 CC’s which gave me a D. It’s insane how feminine boobs make me feel. I love the way clothes fit now, I am not ashamed to let my SO look at me when he wants, etc. I would say, definitely do your research. I researched it for months and months non stop before I did it, I went to different Plastic surgeons till I found someone I was really comfortable with, etc. And yes, there is a chance you’ll need to have them replaced at some point in your lifetime. But there is a common misconception that it’s every 10 years, and that is not true. They only need to be replaced if something happens to your implant. I’ve known people who needed replacements after 5 years and people who’ve had them over 20 years and still have their original ones. Before, I really hated the idea of plastic surgeory and having something foreign in my body, but I also didn’t want to live my life feeling the way I did about myself and being so self conscious. So, definitely a personal decision you need to make for yourself! In my case, worth every single penny.

Post # 11
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2015

@Ohhavok: ditto! I couldn’t fill an A cup before I got mine done 2 years ago, and had major self esteem problems becuase of it.  SO didn’t want me to get them done becuase of all the horror stories he had heard, but understood why I wanted them, and was super supportive. Didn’t go super big- 350/325cc which got me up to a low D, high C.  I’m 5’8″, so I finally am proportionate! Nothing made me feel better then the first time I walked into the living room for a towel naked (laundery on the couch lmao) and my guy couldn’t take his eyes off my boobs when we talked (hello, my eyes are up here hahah). I love my ‘add-ons’, and would do it again in a heart beat!!

Post # 12
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1015 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I love mine – I lost volume due to breast feeding my son so I got implants and a mini lift as well. I am very happy with the results. 

Post # 13
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

GO GET THEM! I totally can relate I am 5 1″ I had a baby and lost weight going from a 38 DDD to a 34 C which seems fine but they are like deflated balloons! YUCK I am having them done after baby #2 which we are going to start TTC in Sept 2012.

Post # 14
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1370 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Get them! I’ll more than likely get boobs after I finish having children.

Post # 15
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181 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

If it makes you feel like you again – do it!

I am very small – 32B – and though I don’t have an issue with them now if they ever get saggy (small boobs sag too!) I’m totally getting some work done. I wouldn’t go large but I wouldn’t be ashamed of having them done either.

Post # 16
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1133 posts
Bumble bee

@TequilaSunrise: I think you need to do whatever you feel will make you happy! If you loved having breasts, then get them girl! You don’t know howwwwww many girls I know whos breasts deflated after children and just stayed that way. It totally messed with their self confidence and they felt like a million bucks after implants.

I think ALL breast sizes are beautiful 🙂 So I don’t want to be the fake boob pusher, but I have implants and I absolutely LOVE them. Fake boobs measure smaller than real boobs, so a D isn’t even big. I’m a Dirty Delete and I look like a full C in clothes, but my bras are all D-DD. It is the best decision I ever made and they are not even noticeable as far as extra weight, pain etc. If you have any questions you can PM me anytime. I feel like I know so much about fake breasts I could probably do a surgery on my own, LOL!! Good luck hun 🙂

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