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Originally Posted by perlanga View Post
I don't think her boobs are fake. I saw her playboy pictorial and her boobs definitely have a natural sag to them.
If they are or not... man they look great!

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I don't need them, but I say go for it if it made you happy! I always wanted.. (and still do) a tummy tuck, but I will never go through with it. I think it was Jen who said when doctor's give you a c-section, they should follow up with the tummy tuck. All in one shot... I'd do it that way. LOL! I would never be able to get elective surgery though, I'm terrified of something happening. I was terrified with both of my c-sections.

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Originally Posted by bella1342 View Post
I don't need them, but I say go for it if it made you happy! I always wanted.. (and still do) a tummy tuck, but I will never go through with it. I think it was Jen who said when doctor's give you a c-section, they should follow up with the tummy tuck. All in one shot... I'd do it that way. LOL! I would never be able to get elective surgery though, I'm terrified of something happening. I was terrified with both of my c-sections.
Not sure how accurate this is but I was told that the reason you can't kill 2 birds with one stone (c-section with tummy tuck) is that your womb is still swollen from carrying that baby for 9 months. Until everything goes back to normal size, internal swelling is gone, then a tummy tuck can be performed. Makes sense to me! I asked because I had a c-section myself.

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Originally Posted by StakeEdward View Post
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.
I wondered this too.

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Originally Posted by StakeEdward View Post
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.

I can afford them its all about saving....but my hunny wouldnt let me do that! he wouldnt let me pay 3k for implants all at once! he never understands . My hubby and i fight about how much money i spend on things he gets after me for buying $4000 handbags $ 900 shoes $300 jeans....Thats why i went to go get a CC its no big deal to my to charge 3k or more on a CC im gonna pay it off.

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Originally Posted by xjackie83 View Post
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.

Just an FYI, but you can get a boob job and still breast feed. They can place them so you can breast feed if you choose. I did, and I didn't have any problems breast feeding when I had my son.
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Originally Posted by HisBunny View Post
I can afford them its all about saving....but my hunny wouldnt let me do that! he wouldnt let me pay 3k for implants all at once! he never understands . My hubby and i fight about how much money i spend on things he gets after me for buying $4000 handbags $ 900 shoes $300 jeans....Thats why i went to go get a CC its no big deal to my to charge 3k or more on a CC im gonna pay it off.
lol You go girl ...thats what i was thinking Aint nobody payin your bills so its nobodys business how you spend your money!!!smile.gif

 

 

I suggest really doing you research my mom & 2 friends have implants & theres feel & look real ........I so would do it but need to lose weight first lol And of course you can still breastfeed my friend did it with no problem!!!

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I am quite happy with my girls and would never think of having them cut about. Too scared of needles and especially very sharp knives. Over here in the UK they have stopped funding a body that used to monitor breast implant failure. There is a French company who has a high rate of failure so be really carefull.

 

I cannot understand why anyone would want those huge ones unless they are going into the porn industry.

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Hey there! I just had augmentation done 3 weeks ago and I am estatic with the twins! I am 37,  5"4 and weigh 115 pounds. I was a 34 A if that and I went a full C. I had asymetery and one boob was lower than the other. I chose a 375 silicone implant for the smaller  boob and a 400 silicone implant for the other. WOW you talk about looking great!!!!!! My husband is in awwww over them. He loves seeing them and touching them. If you want boobs DONT put it off. My only regret is that I waited so long to get them. Best of luck to you!

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If a Saline Implants leak, the sterile saline solution is absorbed by the body without harm. This is why saline is used in clinical applications such as IV therapy and wound care. Saline implant leakage is also easy to detect as it results in a quick deflation of the implant. Silicone implants leak slowly, because the gel is thicker. This makes leakages much harder to detect, which is particularly harmful because silicone can migrate to other parts of the body if the leakage is not caught in time.

 

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To those who want bigger boobs, I say "be careful what you wish for"!  icon_wink.gif  I'm a 36 D, and if I weren't so scared about having surgery that I didn't need, I'd get a reduction!  There is nothing fun about lugging "Thelma and Louise" around with me everywhere I go, wrestling myself into these big honkin' bras, getting stared at by every skeevy guy on the street.  Big boobs are not all they're cracked up to be - until that moment when I come home from work and can take my bra off!  Aaaah, the relief!

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Hi, yes I have heard that the side incision is the way to go.

Funnily enough, yesterday I had a discussion about scarring from cosmetic surgery and a friend was telling me about her sisters scars, she has had

everything done and has a lot of marks on her.

 

The underbreast marks look very unsightly, but I expect that they do fade in time.

 

Hi there by the way, I am fairly new to the forum, do let us know how you are getting on.

  

 

 

 

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I noticed InternetChick (I think that was her handle) on the first page of comments mentioned that implants do not feel real and that they were hard.  I'm not sure if it's becoming as popular in the US as it is in Europe, but any women considering breast enhancement should definitely look into fat-transfer breast augmentation. Essentially, all the surgeon does is take unwanted fat from areas like our tummies and thighs and refine that fat.  Once the fat is refined, they are able to insert it into the treatment area (mainly breasts and butts).  What I like about it, is that it is a scarless procedure and doesn't have complications like some implant options.

 

There is a nice youtube video explaining the difference between treatment options.  I just wanted you Ladies to know about this option – I hope it’s as new to you as it is to me :D 

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