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Ok so im 21 years old and im getting breast implants in 4 mths right now my bar size is 34 B im going for a FULL C im not a big girl im 100 lbs and 5ft.... i cant wait till i have my new girls! My husband thinks i dont need them and he keeps telling me im going to loose the "feeling" LOL but i really dont care im getting inserted through the armpit so theres no cutting on the breast! rockwoot.gif

Has anyone had theres done?
Did it hurt alottt for a very long time?
Should i go bigger?

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Well... I got the girls done in 2004 and I wish I had gone bigger. But for you to already be a B cup... I'm not sure I would get it at all for just one cup size. I was a A cup on a good day but if I was really thin I might have been less. So for me to go to a C cup it was a pretty good jump and worth the money. But it was a good size I just think in my head for some reason a bigger size would have been better. But anyone that has larger then a C that isn't natural.... you can pretty much tell. So if you want the big fake look go bigger... want a more natural look C... but you're husband is probably right. You really don't need it at all. smile.gif

 

But it hurt! YES it hurt! I'm a belly sleeper and had to sleep on my back for about 6 weeks. Vicadin (sp?) was my best friend. But that was probably the worst part. I got it done on a Friday and was back at work Monday so... its not too bad though, make sure you massage though... or you'll be sorry LOL

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I hear that it's pretty painful but not unbarable. You need to make sure that you are really careful about the way you treat your skin otherwise when you get the surgery the skin will pull and be iritated. I've even heard of women getting slight stretch marks from getting implants.

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My husband's aunt got hers done. When I hugged her it was like getting punched in the chest by two fists. I would consider implants if they felt like real boobs, but they just don't.

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Angela: Thanks for the info! What about when you sleep on your tummy? dose it feel like you are sleeping on two bags? Thats what i was told when i went to see the Dr I was like 8-/ how would he know hes a male! And the Dr told me to really think about the size cause everyone always says they should of gone bigger but he can only fit half a cup more so in other words a BIG C or small D. eek.gif

 

 

Internetchick: OMG! thats crazy! i hope mine are not that hard! omg if my husband see's what you just said he'll stop me from getting them for sure! idiot.gif

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I'm happy for you! I would never get implants, but I applaud other girls who have the guts to get them. It's good your not overdoing it, because although they are "fake", at the end of the day you still want them to look god given.

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No... they don't feel like anything when you sleep on your stomach. Maybe chicks who get big giant knockers it does but they are normal... they look normal... they feel a little more firm then normal but I love them. HONESTLY, you CAN NOT tell mine aren't real. I did get the under the muscle one which I heard hurts more but its more natural and they aren't huge! I do wish that I had gotten bigger... but... if I did, then what... would I want even bigger? You know what I mean? So... I would stick with your original plan already knowing how you will feel, it won't be a surprise.

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I want to get mine done too!! Good for you, I'm sure you will be happy with them. I'm a B cup with birth control and I would like to be a big C cup. I have a small frame so I don't want to over do it.

 

Does anybody mind saying how much it cost so I can get an idea? I'm really leaning towards doing this....

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Perlanga: Thank you!

 

Angela: Yeah i was told by the Dr thats under the muscle did hurt a bit more i was really going for that i dont want to look like i have two big balls in front of me. Thank you so much for all the info!

 

Jewele: Mine are going to cost me 3,500 it seems like alot but i think there will worth it. i went to my bank and applied for a CC and got it so im going to charge my girls on that cause i dont have 3,500 to just give to the Dr. But every Dr has a diff price you should look it up online find Dr near you. =]

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I got mine done in 2004 in Kansas City and it cost me 4,500.

 

And the BIG fakies.... they do look bad, if they aren't done right too the cleavage looks horrible

 

You don't want bad cleavage!

 

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I had mine done on '97.

 

I didn't have any trouble with recovery but I think it's because of the precautions my doctor took before closing the incision.

He knew we had a long drive home, so he shot anesthetic inside before suturing so the drive would be bearable.

 

I didn't even take any kind of pain meds., not prescription, not otc. NOT the standard reaction- don't expect to get that lucky, lol!

 

There was a lot of bruising on one side and that's about it.

 

It's time to get them redone (remember the implants are not for life, they do have to be replaced every 10-20 years), and I think I will look into silicone there was still a ban on it back when I had mine surgery, it gives a more natural look with a softer feel.

 

I didn't sleep on my stomach for a long time because I was really nervous about it even though my doctor told me is was perfectly fine. Now I sleep on my stomach without thinking about it.

 

You will have to do manipulation on the breasts and implant to prevent scar tissue inside the implant pocket and around the implant- do NOT slack on that. If you don't do it, you can get that tight, "baseball-in-a-sock" look.

 

Don't push for a bigger size. Let the doctor decide on a size based on your frame.

When I had mine done, I was 5 foot 8 and 115 pounds, my doctor picked the size based on how much my skin would stretch and based on my stretch marks leftover from my pregnancies, he used an implant big enough to smooth out those stretch marks but not so big to make me look all pornographic or top heavy.

So, before my kids I was a 36c, after my kids I was a 34a and after my surgery I was a 36c/d (425cc implants).

 

a lot of people don't realize that they may have a large breast plate area and then they get implants and there is a very wide gap in the cleavage- that does NOT mean it is a bad surgery, it is because of the chest bones. Ask your doctor to take that into account so he (she?) can compensate for that as much as possible if need be. They can't reduce the size of the breast plate and they can't make the implant pocket wider to make the breast fill in that space but sometimes they can adjust the implant size or type of implant to help compensate.

 

Do NOT pick a doctor based on price. You WILL regret it. You get what you pay for.

Make sure they are board certified and even then, do a check on their medical license.

One of the first doctors I was looking at seemed reallllll good at first and then I checked with the state medical board he was in (Utah) and found out he was working under a probationary license as there was 5 malpractice suits pending on him.

So, just because they are working, doesn't mean they are good or haven't been in trouble.

Needless to say, I didn't go with that guy and after 2 more doctors interviewed, I picked one that I knew at least 5 people went to- people I knew before their surgeries, so I actually saw the before and afters and saw their recovery process.

 

It took me 2 years to pick a doctor, because this was no joke, no passing fancy; it was not taken lightly and seriously, after all the disastrous boob jobs I have heard of, I am very glad I took my time finding a doctor.

 

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I am 36C au naturel. I am 5ft. and 125lbs (I was always curvy--not bragging, just describing myself) I guess you would say I am fortunate. But I really don't know what the big deal is with big boobs. Unlike you, I wish they were smaller. I got my first bra when I was in the 3rd grade and I got teased a lot by boys and girls. I grew up self-conscious--I always walked with my back slouched because I did not want them sticking out. I hate people talking to my breast.

 

I know implants have to be changed every 10-15 yrs because the plastic breaks down or hardens.

 

It is harder to detect lumps in your breasts. I know when you start having your mammograms, the radiologists have to take twice as much photos of your implanted breasts to find any lumps.

 

I have a gf who had her implants inserted through her armpits and she was in pain for 6 months. She had to quit her job because she was not functional. She had those tube sticking out of her armpits to drain out blood. She was in so much pain that she couldn't raise her arms over her head or up to her face. Her husband had to shower her, brush her hair and teeth, etc. I don't know if that is typical of implants. But that was the hell she went through. And, she did regret it and wants to remove them but is afraid that she will have to go through all that pain again.

 

You are not even small with B cups. Your husband is happy the way you are so why compromise your health and your finances? He's the only one who's going to see them.

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Congrats I think a C cup is fine for your frame. I wouldn't consider any bigger it would just look to fake on u. I want to get mine done, I'm a b cup I also want to go to a c. I'm just now looking into doctors and costs smile.gif Wish you luck and tell ur hubby it will make u happy thats what matters smile.gif

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This has crossed my mind only a few times. To this day though, my main thought is - I am 4'10" and a 34B... when it hits that time of month (even like 2 weeks before sometimes) I swell up to a low C. So really... I would look funny. I'm super tiny, like 105 I have curves, and I just think I would look silly.

 

I'm too scared, too. All the stuff that can go wrong... eek.gif I've been put through brain surgery and I really don't EVER want to have to deal with any surgical complications or just anything as miserable as that EVER again.

 

But good luck to you!!!! biggrin.gif

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I'm 5'4" and only an A cup but I could never get fake boobs. I plan to have kiddos some day and the idea of not being able to feed them seems selfish to me. Plus there are so many people with bad boob jobs (the girl who was just voted off Survivor you could see the ripples), you have to get them replaced every ten years, and they just seem like a pain. I'd rather have small boobs then bad looking fake ones.

 

Plus I love my boobs and my boyfriend loves my boobs. That's all that matters.

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If that was possible i'd donate you a cup, i wouldn't mind having smaller boobs.

 

Things to consider are : the content of a breast implant is far from appetizing, and they need to be changed regularly (i think it's something like every ten years) and the muscles supporting the boobs tend to loosen with age, and this only increase with bigger boobs. That said for a C cup i don't think it will change anything, i was thinking of bigger breasts.

 

Also with implants you will need good bras that fit you perfectly, so that's actually a good argument because you may have the good excuse to buy nice lingerie your husband will like as well wink.gif

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i'm the same jackie!! plus, i hate the idea of not being able to breastfeed any kids i have. that just something i'd really want to do.

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Mm-hmm.

I've known lots of women who did and doctors say can do it.

It doesn't interfere with milk production- providing you have a qualified doctor, of course, who doesn't botch the job.

I didn't do it, but my youngest was 7 years old by the time I had my surgery.

We were way past breast feeding.laughing.gif

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I'm a 32A; I would love to be a B cup lol. I won't get implants, though, because I have better things I could be spending my money on. Which leads me to the question - why are you getting them if you can't afford them? I know a lot of people charge things on credit these days, but that is the issue behind our current economic crises. Unless you can pay the bill back in a reasonable amount of time (and not over a period of years), I don't see why you'd spend $3k+ on breast implants.

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