(Closed) Hmm boobs or no boobs?

posted 8 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
Hostess
18643 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I’ve always considered it, I’m sort of a low B.  But I don’t know if I could ever justify the expense.  Especially since I want lasik and laser hair removal too.

Post # 5
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582 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I think thats a very personal choice and only you can decide. Im not against plastic surgery, im just not really a fan of breast implants. Something to think about are the fact that its not only a one time surgery, they have to be replaced every 10 years or so. Also, not everyones body does well with them. My sisters hair dresser got them and shortly after had to have them removed. My acting coach had them years ago and also had them taken out, she now tells everyone not to get them.

Post # 6
Hostess
18643 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Yeah, I’ve heard the same thing july about having to replace them every 10 years.  I wouldn’t want to have an additional 3+ surgeries in my lifetime that I don’t need.

Post # 7
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337 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

I say if it makes you happy and your Fiance wants to help you with the cost then go for it. My cousin’s wife had it done and she looks very natural and is a full C and loves it. She did it prior to meeting my cousin and did it more for her own self-confidence than anything else. Not sure if that helped any, but good luck!

Post # 8
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I have thought about it. When i got pregnant and after I had my son, my boobs ballooned to a HUGE E/F! I couldn’t even find nursing bras big enough, online, anywhere. So, needless to say, after they went back to their normal size, a C, i wasn’t too happy! They seem really small now, but thats not what really bothers me. They are saggy! I have old saggy mom boobs at 22! So i looked into getting mine done, went and talked to the dr and everything. I have decided to wait though. I do want more kids, so who knows what toll they will take on my boobs! Also, the dr told me that he would do them, but more than likely, because of the “life” of boobs, I would have to get them done again at about the age of 40. So, for now, i’m waiting. If i still want them fixed after more kids than maybe, but i’m with you, its strictly for me, not other men or the world. But i also like the “reallness” of mine and don’t want to be fake at all.

Post # 9
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582 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

@rosiegirl I dont want to give you a suggestion when you didnt even ask, but why not a breast lift? I know alot of women have problems after having kids, I would definitly consider a breast lift after I have kids if im unhappy with my boobs. That way you dont have to put  foreign objects in your body

Post # 10
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I was actually thinking of a breast lift instead! that is actaully a better idea because then i don’t think i would feel so fake, and my boobs aren’t that bad of a size on their own (even though they still feel WAY small compared to what they were!!!)

Post # 11
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2004 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

A friend of mine got a breast augmentation and loves it. She was very flat-chested and hated that clothes never fit. She went from about an A to a C cup. You actually couldn’t tell once she had got them done—she just looked normal, with an average size chest. She actually stood in front of me and said “Can you tell what is different” and I couldn’t guess. But she says all the time how she feels so much more confident because of it.

I think the goal should be to make you feel like you. My friend felt most like herself when she had a medium-sized chest, which she got through surgery. What feels most like you?

Post # 12
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168 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I would just make sure to keep them natural!  Otherwise you can get into back problems, or just looking “unbalanced” 🙂

Post # 13
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14186 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

My SIL had an augmentation (went up to a B, so yeah, she was small!) and loves them. They look very natural (being a Dirty Delete myself i’m pretty good at spotting the fake ones) and you wouldn’t knwo they weren’t real unless she told you. The high profile, extra full on top, etc kinda gives it away. I’d go visit a few plastic surgeons and get ALL the dish. 7K sounds a little high to me–in StL the price for that is 4500 to 5000, not too bad.

I’m all for plastic surgery. If you want it, can afford it, and have seriously given it some thought (and your SO is on board, which it sounds like he is!) i’d go for it. Darling Husband already knows i’m having a mommy makeover after i’m done with kids, lol…i’m over it. Gotta do what makes YOU happy and if you think a new rack will give you the boost (no pun intended lol) you want, you deserve that. Every woman deserves to be happy with their body for the right reasons and if a little bit of work can do that for them, all the more power!

Post # 14
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3316 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

If I can offer a slightly different perspective, I have really disliked the breast augmentation I have experienced (not on me, but on partners).  There are two big problems.  One is that it may make you less sensitive.  The other is that augmented breasts never feel really natural–they are too hard.  I can’t imagine wanting something that would interfere with intimate moments in those ways.

Post # 16
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7082 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2009

As someone who has ballooned in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy, I would kill for your size.  I went from a 36C (which I already hated and thought was too big) to a 38D or Dirty Delete.  It’s AWFUL!

You should be happy with whatever you decide, but know that the grass isn’t always greener… even just as a C …

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