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Old 04-27-2011, 11:57 PM   #11
 
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you will feel pain but a little bit as you will be on medication. You will also not be able to lift your child for few days, better to avoid lifting any weight for at-least one month and better to ask your doctor about this, he will guide you better.


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Old 05-01-2011, 12:19 PM   #12
 
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I'm from sweden and I just had surgery (29th of April). Before I decided to do it I was looking up the Internet searching for people who would write about their experiences but I didn't really find anything interesting besides girls showing off their boobies in new bras and bikinis (6 month after surgery). So I started a blog about that and I'd be happy if someone from this forum would like to talk about different experiences. The blog is in English so no language problems there

This is a freaking boob-job blog

Thanks for your help and for helping others (hopefully).

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Old 05-02-2011, 02:07 PM   #13
 
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I would definitely say you will need help with your child for a few weeks at least. There will be some pain, but it will be curbed by pain killers. Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure and there will be pain associated with recovery. It shouldn't be extreme pain, but everyone is different.


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I had it done one year ago and it was the best thing that I have ever done! I didn't have pain, discomfort is an accurate description. Two hours later I was up baking cookies and making rice crispy treats. I would definitely NOT pick your child up for a few days. For one you don't want to cause yourself to have pain and two you won't want to ruin your new pretty boobs!!! Good luck! I highly recomend it to anyone thinking about it!

P.S. I know that I responding to something old, but just in case anyone else is wondering the same thing!

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