Post # 1
getting breast augmentation? I’m just curious because it’s always something I keep at the back of my mind that I mike like in the future. I’ve noticed I see a lot of posts from people who had one and say they’re so happy they did it and I lot of people who say they know of someone else who did it and totally regretted it. I never seem to see anyone who had one herself who was sorry she made that decision.
Are you people out there and just keeping quiet or it it just that everyone loves having bigger boobs?! 😉
Post # 3
I will say that I loved mine. However, they do eventually wear out and you must plan to have the money to have them redone. When one busts and the other doesn’t…it doesn’t look so cute waiting to save up the money to have it fixed.
Yes, it has happened to me. Can you say “A” cup on one and “C” cup on the other??? Not so fun.
Post # 4
@Smiley Bride: No, I haven’t had one.
But I did read an article for one of my anthropology classes that was about how women tend to internalize the desire to for bigger boobs, even it was societal pressure that caused it the first place. So basically even if a girl’s husband subtly pressured her into or something, she would still come out and say “no, totally my decision.”
Along the same lines, women just might want to not admit that they don’t like it, so they say they do. Knowing that people judge you for getting one might make people less likely to say “Yeah, my mom was right I was beautiful the way I was.”
Post # 5
I have had mine for about 10 years now and never had any problems. I love them and so does he LOL. So no regrets here!
Post # 6
I don’t think it’s from him. I know it’s probably societal deep deep down but at the conscious level I just want them!! It’s not a huge deal to me either way but I like the idea of it! For you girls who had them done, do they feel plastic or hard or do they feel more like real boobs? That’s another worry I have! I don’t want them to feel too fake! I was joking with my Fiance that I may have to go to a strip club from a purely research point of view to feel some up!!
Post # 7
@Smiley Bride: I lost a lot of sensation in mine so I can’t feel a lot when they are touched. On the flip side of the coin and to answer your question…my Fiance says they are much firmer then a natural breast and he can definitely tell there is a difference.
Post # 8
It is a site dedicated to answers and patients. Personally, it was the best thing I have ever done and from working with plastic surgeons for the past 12 years, I see it has a very high patient satisfaction rate. Unfornately, plastic surgery is similar to dining at a restaurant in the sense (and only sense) that if you have a pleasant expereince you may never tell your friends and family about it. However have a bad experience or a bad outcome (just like a bad meal) you will be inclined to tell everyone you know! Again, it’s not the wand; it’s the magician. Do your research. Don’t concentrate on prize but focus on experience. Check the doctor’s record. Check RateMD.com. Schedule a consultation. See before and after photos. Ask to speak to a real patient and not someone who works at his front desk. Any great plastic surgeon will let you do all of this. The biggest complaint I have seen is women who did not feel they had chosen a big enough implant (however most are happy with natural results).
I hope this helps. And like anything else life changing you do…for example marriage…buying a home…everyone will volunteer their expereince and opinion!! BUT remember to please the person in the reflection of the mirror in the morning and screw everyone else!! Life’s too short. XOXOX
Post # 9
@laniefl624: price * not prize…it’s Friday.
Post # 10
I don’t personally have them because I wouldn’t want them to be “maintained” every 10 years or so. However, I do plan on getting a breast lift once I have all the children we want. I’ll put those babies back up where mother-nature intended them (prior-children) lol