Post # 47
Thanks! EJS, I’m right there with you my professional/non-professional clothes are already two different things and the guys I work with can be pretty clueless. My sister and I were talking about this and she was already planning our shopping trips lol, so I’ve got that one covered.
Post # 48
I swear the grass is always greener.
I’m 5’6″ and a 34 D. I hate my boobs. I wish they were smaller. I’m 120 lbs and a size 4 on bottom but you never know on top. The hardest thing about having boobs is the constant ache in your back. Also, its really hard to shop for dresses. Usually if I find something that fits on top without me looking like a stripper with massive cleavage, it is way too big in my stomach area and on bottom . I don’t even try to find button up shirts, those are hopeless.
I am really scared about getting pregnant down the road because I don’t want my boobs to get any bigger too.
The worst thing about big boobs is that they droop. Gravity has taken its toll and I’m only 28! Granted, if you had fake boobs this wouldn’t be an issue. It also really sucks to have to wear two sports bras whenever I work out and this always results in me having very sore shoulders from where the sports bra straps were pulling from the bouncing.
Having a naturally large chest, I would giev anything for them to be naturally smaller. My girlfriends who are flat chested wish they had mine. I think the grass is always greener on the other side.
If you are contemplating this surgery, make sure you really want them and are ready for the ramifications.
Post # 49
I work in an industry of mainly men. A few women at my office, including me, have implants. Some of the girls were going for “the faker the better look” while others were looking for a more natural look. The guys gossiped about the girls who got stripper boobs, but didn’t notice the more natural ones.
I only went up a cup and a half and absolutely love my boobs. I always wanted implants, but after needing to have a lumpectomy, I needed them to make my boobs even again. They are under my muscle and I don’t even have a scar. You can feel my natural breast tissue on top, so they feel pretty natural. My Fiance didn’t even know about them for months. He was shocked when I told him. I explained to my doctor the look that I was going for, which was natural. He made several recommendations and showed me pictures of other clients that were going for a more natural look. I loved his work and choose him. Get a good feel for the doctor and make sure he shows you pictures of his clients. Also, ensure that the doctor is board certified for plastic surgery. It is a life time commitment, but it is worth it to me.
Post # 50
As my momma says, “they all look more or less the same when you’re lying on your back.”
Do what you want, you only have one life but I’d think I’d wait if you want more kiddies. You can always use a push-up, or whatever for your wedding if you need to fill out your dress.
Post # 51
One surgeon that I spoke with in STL offered a “pain pump” which releases pain to the site of the surgery to ease the pain and discomfort. He also said that he takes about an hour to do the surgery and most people take 20 min because he tries to lessen the damage down to the surrounding tissue. My cousin’s mom had them done in Tulsa, without a pain pump or anything like that, and said she was out eating and at the mall after her surgery and I was like WTH?
As for keeping them a realistic size, that is something I am very strong about…heck I figure I have lived on push-up and padded bras its not like i know anything else lol
Post # 52
I agree with Louboutin — grass is always greener.
In fact, you can have some of mine — I’m a 38 D but also can wear a 36 Dear Daughter depending on the style of bra. I can’t really suggest something one way or another but I know my sister got a reduction and is much happier with a size that makes her more comfortable in her own body. I’m sure this feeling goes both ways.
Post # 53
<h2>@sulaii hahaha your moms words are hilarious…thats so rad! I am gonna use that next time I even get close to the chance</h2>
Post # 54
One thing to keep in mind with augmentation is the scar tissue. Regardless of which cut you opt for [aereola vs. under the breast etc] there will still be scar tissue, which is an issue if you plan on having kids and breastfeeding [the scar tissue can close/block/disconnect your milk ducts which can cause abcesses within the breast or simply being unable to breast feed].
If you plan on having the $$$ to formula feed, then this obviously isn’t an issue.
I’ve always thought about getting augmented, at 32/34A [depends on how much weight I’ve put on lol] it can be tough to find things that fit appropriately, just as it can be with 36Dear Daughter, though, I think I personally would wait to go with a more natural augmentation when it comes out of trials, rather than getting silicone replaced every 10years or so.
Post # 55
For the past few years, I have considered implants. I will most definitely be doing this after the wedding. Right now I’m a 32A. Small, but also uneven. My right one is about half a size larger. It is noticeable when I’m naked. I’m petite — about 5’0, 100 pounds. I’m pretty curvy though. I’ve got a booty – I love my body, I just want my chest to match. I’m not going too large — a full C is the plan. Do I need them? No. Fiance supports me either way. I’m young, and I only get to live once 🙂
Post # 56
Shannon…what did you decide?
I got mine done in January and went from a small 34b to a 34d and coulldnt be happier. I paid 4400 here in colorado springs.
Post # 57
I would like implants too. I am a 34A … however I do also plan on waiting until I have atleast 2 kids
Post # 58
I got implants a little over a year ago and I couldn’t be happier! I went from a 32B to a 32D. They look and feel completely real. The only time you can tell they are “fake” is if I am lying on my back with my arms stretched over my head. This pulls my muscles taut so it feels a little firmer (its the muscle not the implant that feels firm).
I knew going into surgery though that I heal extremely well. I have never had a problem with scaring, body rejecting piercings, etc., and I have a high pain tolerance. Because of this, I had a good feeling things would turn out well, but I was fully aware of the risks I was taking. I did a lot of research before I made my decision. It was something I had been thinking about for years and I am glad I did it.
The only “complication” I had was that I got out of my routine of working out during recovery and I have never really picked it back up. Therefore, I have gained almost 20 pounds since! haha. It doesn’t look too bad though since the boobs kinda balance it all out! (although this weight WILL be off by the big day)
If anyone has questions feel free to message me!
Post # 59
I’m small (32 A) and I would think about it now and then. If I had the money for it, I would go up to a B. My DH says that since I’m such to petite person, anything bigger wouldn’t look proportional. He’s an artist and all. Although, he said whatever I wanted would be fine with him.
I do want to wait, because my sister got bigger boobs after having kids and the kept the size. Yes, I know, a lot of women lose their baby boobs but my sister didn’t. That’s what I’m hoping happens to me… then I’ll essentially have a free breast enlargement. haha
Post # 60
I’m a 34B. And growth wise, I didn’t reach that 34B until I was about 20. Before that I was an A cup for a really long time. Every once in awhile, I’ll make the comment to Fiance that I wish they were a tad bigger. But he loves the size they are, and honestly, I don’t even pay attention to my boobs the majority of the time. Even looking the mirror, I can’t say that my focus is drawn there. It’s just not something I’m concerned about in my overall appearance. If it’s something that really really bothers you then by all means, go for it. But if you’re thinking it would be nice to have bigger ones, but you still love the way you look and could definitely live well without them, then I don’t see the need.
I know this thread is kindof old though, so what did you decide?? 🙂
Post # 61
I had my daughter when I was 16 too! Im 29 now and got my implants when I was 18! It was the best thing I’ve ever done for myself, costed me $2000 in Florida at that time. My Fiance loves it and we are going to replace them in a couple years and im getting them a little bigger. I heard you have to replace them every 10 years or so, so mind as well get them bigger right? I was flat as can be all my life and always envied women on the beach with bikinis on and always loved tube tops but could never wear them, then one day I decided to save up and now I love them and will never regret them, they make me feel so much sexier. Now im a 32C, would like to be a D cup. The recovery is pretty bad though, alot of damn pain, feels like a ton of bricks on your chest but only for the first few weeks