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    God how I would live for a tummy tuck to be covered by Medicare!!!! I'm having my 4th c section next month and u have a lot of saggy excess skin
    I'm embarrassed by it and don't like being naked in front of my partner even though he says it doesn't bother him!!!
    I have been told that even losing weight would not make it go away
    I don't want to have this for the rest of my life


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jemma87 View Post
    God how I would live for a tummy tuck to be covered by Medicare!!!! I'm having my 4th c section next month and u have a lot of saggy excess skin
    I'm embarrassed by it and don't like being naked in front of my partner even though he says it doesn't bother him!!!
    I have been told that even losing weight would not make it go away
    I don't want to have this for the rest of my life


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    High chance youd be covered. Talk to your GP about seeing plastics.

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    http://www9.health.gov.au/mbs/fullDi...oteID&q=T8.103

    Breast lift reasons covered there. Google the titles of them to see if you have a medical condition that would be covered. As you can see, the rebates do not cover the whole surgery, you would be out of pockets thousands still but any little bit helps I guess.

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    Why do people think that only women who have had c-sections get loose saggy skin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserama View Post
    Why do people think that only women who have had c-sections get loose saggy skin?
    Well said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserama View Post
    Why do people think that only women who have had c-sections get loose saggy skin?
    There is a bit of a difference between saggy skin and a chunk taken out of your lower abdomen.
    While I have had 2 of the horrible things I don't see why you would get it cheaper then anyone else

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    What do you mean 'chunk'? Aren't we talking about loose saggy skin with a crease at the bikini line?

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    http://www.google.com.au/search?q=C-...w=1366&bih=563

    Vast majority of these pictures just look like everyone else who's had a baby...except that at the crease there's a scar. Some have saggier skin than others, some people's skin hang down pass the crease whether they have a c-section or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emzy83 View Post
    She had huge bewbs before she started BF, she was a FF cup and by the time she finished she struggled to fit into a J cup, her nipples touched her belly button if she curled up! They were so saggy...
    I was a j cup at last fitting. Probably a h or I now, my nipples have touched my belly button fo years. I just gotta do the who breast feeding thing so I can get the reduction. I've planned on doing this for years. They only thing that would stop me is my high risk of keloid scarring. Don't know if I could live with them.

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