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baberella 05-03-2011 08:09 PM

Should I get breast implants?
 
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I went on a website today to simulate what my body would look like if I got implants. I want small C cup saline gel unders. I'm 26, 5ft 8" and 115lbs, small A cup.
So - should I get implants?

I'll appreciate your honest opinions :)

PS - My boyfriend is supportive on the idea, but my mother would flip out! She is very against the idea of plastic surgery and I've kept my long term desire,to get them, from her for years.

April04 05-10-2011 05:31 PM

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Originally Posted by baberella (Post 10695)
I went on a website today to simulate what my body would look like if I got implants. I want small C cup saline gel unders. I'm 26, 5ft 8" and 115lbs, small A cup.
So - should I get implants?

I'll appreciate your honest opinions :)

PS - My boyfriend is supportive on the idea, but my mother would flip out! She is very against the idea of plastic surgery and I've kept my long term desire,to get them, from her for years.

I say "GO FOR IT"! I was a small or non-existent A cup and I had always wanted to have boobs. When I turned 30 I did it! It was the BEST thing that I could have ever done! It was an easy quick surgery without any down time. Two hours after the surgery I was baking cookies and making rice crispy treats (weird because I am not really a baker…lol).

If you decide to do it, I suggest going one cc size bigger. That was recommended to me from my doctor and several people that I spoke with prior to getting them done. They were definitely right! Sounds like we are similar in size and I went with 350cc of silicone, perky style. They feel and look great! I get compliments all of the time! It changed my life, gave me confidence that I thought I already had!

baberella 05-11-2011 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by April04 (Post 10766)
I say "GO FOR IT"! I was a small or non-existent A cup and I had always wanted to have boobs. When I turned 30 I did it! It was the BEST thing that I could have ever done! It was an easy quick surgery without any down time. Two hours after the surgery I was baking cookies and making rice crispy treats (weird because I am not really a baker…lol).

If you decide to do it, I suggest going one cc size bigger. That was recommended to me from my doctor and several people that I spoke with prior to getting them done. They were definitely right! Sounds like we are similar in size and I went with 350cc of silicone, perky style. They feel and look great! I get compliments all of the time! It changed my life, gave me confidence that I thought I already had!

Thank you for your honest opinion! I am really confident as well, but if I could just fill out a padded bra I'd feel SO much better! I feel that 350 cc might be too big for me because I'm worried about having my skin stretch and them feel hard, or going TOO big for my tiny frame. I'm not sure what size I should get really, but I would like to double my current size. I want them to be very natural looking, tear drop shaped rather than melon shaped like posh spice!

lisaxxx14914 06-07-2011 03:11 PM

I think this is a personal decision. My mom kept getting mad every time I told her that I wanted to get implants. I finally did it in March. I told her 2 weeks before I was going to do it and just brought her one of my padded bras and explained that I didn't want to have to ever wear one of them again. She understood and was supportive. Best decision I ever made. I hope this helps.


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