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iamugly 11-11-2009 01:09 AM

Do I need breast implants?
 
I would like to know, do I need breast implants. I am not going to post any pictures because I feel so ugly but I have a body that looks like a boy. In high school I was called 2x4 because I was 'flat as a board'. I really am sick and tired of this and want to do something. Please tell me if you think I need plastic surgery.

I am 5'9", 118 lbs, and a very small A cup. I also have big feet which are ugly and my nose is too skinny. My ears stick out a lot and my teeth are not the best. Is there hope for me or will I be ugly my whole life?

robyne00 11-11-2009 08:31 AM

Professionally speaking, it sounds like you should speak to someone (i.e.: a psychologist). No one else can tell you if you NEED any type of plastic surgery. Also, worrying about what people said in high school is not assisting you at the present time.

Also, I hope I am answering a legitimate post ...

iamugly 11-11-2009 12:42 PM

I probably should talk with someone but that won't change that I have a boy's body. Others undergo surgery all the time to change what thye look like and if that works then I don't see why I should not do it. I do not want to go my whole life looking like this I want to change. I know it won't solve life's problems but it will solve how I feel about myself. Am I good candidate?

robyne00 11-11-2009 01:35 PM

You discuss having issues with your breast size, feet, nose, ears, and teeth.

What surgery are you debating?

la_angel 11-14-2009 09:31 PM

How old are you? You give the impression that you are still young. Trust me cheer up your best years are ahead :D There were girls in my class that were in that awkward stage until their mid-twenties and then they blossomed. I'm not saying you're breasts are going to get bigger naturally, but I am saying that everything may fall in place and look better a few years from now. Also remember that most runway models have the look you describe. Most people would love to have the body of those girls!

robyne00 11-15-2009 05:45 PM

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Originally Posted by la_angel (Post 3055)
How old are you? You give the impression that you are still young. Trust me cheer up your best years are ahead :D There were girls in my class that were in that awkward stage until their mid-twenties and then they blossomed. I'm not saying you're breasts are going to get bigger naturally, but I am saying that everything may fall in place and look better a few years from now. Also remember that most runway models have the look you describe. Most people would love to have the body of those girls!

la_angel,

It is funny how you cite that the models have these attributes, and how people would desire them. The difference would be the verbiage used to describe them. They would be called "small breasted" instead of "flat as a board". The height and weight ratio would also be highly coveted. Large feet often come along with the desirable height. If one is 5'9" and 118 pounds, she would have modelesque proportions, which at that weight might include a pronounced nose.

I'm not too sure about the teeth and the ears, but the rest sounds like potential runway material to me.

And yes, most people do end up "blossoming" once they get out of their awkward stage.

Like you said, it sounds like a young poster, and the best years might be yet to come.

versace 11-16-2009 05:35 PM

I would recommend seeing a psychiatrist before a plastic surgeon. When a person is teased about a physical feature growing up, often they develop body dismorphic disorder for that physical feature - after correction they are remain unsatisfied. This is what happened with Michael Jackson after being criticized about his nose so extensively while growing up.

robyne00 11-16-2009 06:45 PM

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Originally Posted by versace (Post 3108)
I would recommend seeing a psychiatrist before a plastic surgeon. When a person is teased about a physical feature growing up, often they develop body dismorphic disorder for that physical feature - after correction they are remain unsatisfied. This is what happened with Michael Jackson after being criticized about his nose so extensively while growing up.

I agree with versace 100%. On a professional basis, I cannot make any specific recommendation, as I do not know you, but yes, in a general sense, as I said in an earlier post talking to someone first would probably be your bet.


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