I have been considering getting implants for years now. 25 years old, 5’ 7 and 129 pounds. Breastfed my daughter for a year and am a deflated 34 A. I have my first consultation set for this Wednesday and am SO EXCITED. I just don’t want to go too big or too small and am nervous for recovery. Anyone else with my stats have any input to give?
You sound like my twin but I’m 32. I went for my first consultation this past Friday. I have been reading and watching YouTube videos like crazy so I have any idea of what I want. We briefly discussed size and surgeon assured me I ideally could do whatever I wanted. I think since breastfeeding I have areas now that just need to be filled back out. I’m looking at getting silicone under the muscle with 355ccs. Shooting for a sx date in Feb. so excited!Reply
I just got mine done a little over a week ago and I’m similar stats (just a little shorter). I was so nervous about going too big that I regret not going larger I was a little too conservative! I was a AA so the silver lining is that anything is better than what I had!
I went with 305 CC silicone using a split muscle technique. I know they will get a little bigger when they drop and fluff, but I’m guessing they will be a full b, small c when all is said and done. Thinking I should have done at least 350/380.Reply
Hi! Our stats are pretty similar (I was 5’6” and 125 when I got my first surgery). I had Natrelle Inspira SRF 450cc unders put in. They took me from a 34A to a 34C. I was terribly disappointed so I’m almost 2wpo from a revision to Mentor 595cc overs. My first doctor refused to even consider overs, even though I am very active, and left me with terrible lateral displacement and animation deformities. Definitely find a whole lot of wish boobs, and don’t let doctors scare you into going too small for what you want. I think one of the biggest complaints I see is that people end up with terrible boob greed.
Recovery sucks! No easy way to put it. Ha. It’s not the worst thing ever, and recovering from overs is definitely easier than unders. But the unders were easy enough that I signed up for a second surgery.Reply