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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily of the Nile View Post
    Yeah that's what he said! Are you in Melbourne? I'm still trying to find someone that's recommended because I know people who've done everything but their nose!

    I try to explain to dh what it feels like to breath and the only way is to hold his nostrils, then he gets it.
    we are actually looking at this for DD, and eventually me too probably. we are going to the ENT (Ear,Nose,throat specialist) initially so will get his recommendation for surgeon i guess if he cannot do it himself?? maybe you could see an ENT first, or again if that is who you saw before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twotrunks View Post
    we are actually looking at this for DD, and eventually me too probably. we are going to the ENT (Ear,Nose,throat specialist) initially so will get his recommendation for surgeon i guess if he cannot do it himself?? maybe you could see an ENT first, or again if that is who you saw before.
    If anybody plans to do it for cosmetic reasons as well, having an ENT and facial cosmetic surgeon is the best. I had Dr William Mooney do mine. He has done the most rhinoplasties in Australia. Having a surgeon who Is both an ENT specialist/surgeon and a facial cosmetic surgeon leads to the best results.... That's if it's for cosmetic reasons as well.

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    I didn't get that far, only my gp. I'm still trying to get enough money tbh, mortgages, bills, babies you know the deal! But I'm sure within the next 5 years it must happen and I just have to do it.
    But thanks for the recommendation, I'll definitely be doing that then

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    I got my boobies done..before baby..as I wanted bigger boobs..

    I had a c sec..due to breach..but if i was having more kids..would c sec again ..I don't want to push a baby out of my vagina!!

    I was thinking I would like to try botox (bit of fun really)..I love being able to have cosmetic/plastic surgery if I want..

    If in future when I am old and I wanted to lift/tighten etc ..I would!!

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    I personally wouldn't have cosmetic surgery, the risks are too great for me considering I don't really have any parts I consider need 'fixing'.

    I think the c-sec discussion is a different topic as people who mainly speak out against them are mostly concerned with the risks associated with what could happen to the baby (of course there are side effects for the mother, but most speak out on behalf of not yet born babies). I'm not against c-sections though by any stretch of the imagination.

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    I have a boob job before I got pregnant (one month before I got pregnant that's why they are so bad) and they are completely ruined now.. Double bubble, deep purple stretch marks, big implants so now they are saggy you name it my boobs have it. They are a wreck and I regret it. Now my only option is going bigger or a breast lift that has terrible scarring. I'm sure it would have been great after bub but all the trauma they went thru in a year is the result I have. Would wayyy rather $9000 in my pocket.. Just sayin. Can't wait to get them fixed!!!!! Def recommend waiting until you have had all of your kids. My belly and everything else is back to normal with no marks.

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    I'll be having a breast reduction once I'm finished having children. They feel like saggy bags now after just one haha!! And my back gets so sore too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post

    I do, however, have issues regarding unnecessary interventions and uninformed c/s, but I mostly just focus on myself and do what is best for *me*.
    I am anti CS unnecessarily and can't fathom why someone would choose to have one if they didn't need to rather than let her body do what it's made to do. Your bits go back after a vaginal birth! I don't believe your tummy ever does after a CS and you certainly loose your abdominal strength, from what I've heard in discussion with friends whom have had CS and a thread on here some time back of posters showing their CS bellies made me believe that all the more. I was determined to avoid a CS at all costs unless it was an absolute emergency. I just wouldn't choose to be left with a scar over a vaginal birth.

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    I can't stand when someone says they are anti CS. I had a CS over a vaginal birth, my belly is flat and just for the record not everyone's vaginal bits go back to normal after VB as I have a few friends needing further surgery to fix their bits.

    To say everybody's bits go back to normal or everybody has CS over hang is a bit over the top. It's like saying the horoscopes are spot on because we are all split into categories!

    Anyway sorry to jump in there's my bit have a nice day

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    Yep I would get a boob reduction and lift. Mainly to save my back and posture!

    I wouldn't rule out a tummy tuck if u needed one. Each to their own


 

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