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    Your trunk is fine packed the way it is now! LOL
    Bigger is better.

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    Yes I would if I wanted to. I'm a feminist and are keen to make decisions purely to benefit myself. If something makes me unhappy in my life I am proactive enough to change it. I sure as h*ll would not make cosmetic changes for a partner but for myself yep I would!

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    I have had fillers in my cheeks and botox on my eyes. I am going to get my forehead done in a few weeks.
    I love it!
    I have promised my DH though that this is it and I wont touch my lips.

    I always wanted a boob reduction but since having DD, they seem to have got smaller. Awesome!

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    I have & I'm going back for more.

    I've had 2 rhynoplasty (spl), ill be having my boobs & tummy done soon.
    I also have a cleft lip & palate.

    Never say never, one day you might need cosmetic surgery after accident.

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    Yep.I would get things done.Actually,Im starting the prep work tomorrow to have my teeth done (theyre crooked and I have been self concious of it forever).

    I am probably going to get my tummy done because my back always hurts from my core being so weak after 3 c/secs and nothing I do helps much.

    My breasts are weird as,always have been.There's about 2 cup size of difference between them.I'd like to get them fixed.Not bigger,I wouldnt even care if I had to go smaller,I just want them the same size.It's always made me so uncomfortable in front of DH (not that he cares,thats all me) or in swim wear etc'.But Im not sure Im brave enough to have my tummy AND my boobs done because I'm scared of the recovery.

    I have yucky arms and thighs but I just need to tone because after having ED's and babies I have yo yo'd so much I have loose skin.

    I wouldnt touch anywhere else though,I don't mind my face-it's just me.I couldnt imagine it different (well,maybe a little bit thinner would be nice haha)

    I dont judge anyone for wanting things done.I just feel sad when I see people who've gone overboard and ruin their natural looks.

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    I got my nose done... it was huge and hideous with a bump in the middle of it... everybody used to comment on my nose all the time. and at school i got teased for it.. being called ''gonzo'' and ''elephant nose'' really hurt.

    Mind you, the pain was atrocious! LOL. i didn't imagine it would hurt that much.. surgeon shortened my nose too, cos it was long. now i love it, and it's the best thing i did!

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    If I was you I wouldn't get plastic surgery either lol! You are confident with the way you look, a size 8, perfect boobs, bounced back perfectly after your kids etc so of course you wouldn't consider it ! Must be good to be you hey. yeah I would consider it, I have a severe abdominal muscle separation from my last pregnancy and a hernia so although I have lost all my baby weight I have a sort of swollen looking belly which I hate. I've also demand fed two kids who literally hung from my nipples all day and night at times but I don't mind my boobs, they aren't perfect or as perky as some others but they have done a good job and I don't worry about them.

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    I want...

    - a nose job
    - collegen lip injections
    - lipo in my neck
    - mini face lift
    - veneers
    - beast augmentation and reduction
    - lipo on my arms, stomache, hips, thighs
    - tummy tuck
    - butt implant (my butt is flat)

    I really hate the way I look...

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    Lucky you! Most women aren't that lucky post-pregnancy. I'm only slight as well, but pregnancy definitely had a major effect on my body and motherhood has aged me!

    I used to say no way, but in the last few years I suddenly aged (now 37) and although I would never do my boobs or anything drastic, if I had plenty of money I might consider a slight 'lift' as the lower part of my face could use a lift.

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    I dont think Id ever get anything cosmetic done until DD is an adult.

    There are risks associated with every surgery/botox injection, and id have to weigh up 'is this surgery worth dying for, worth leaving my DD motherless'....Im just really paranoid about stuff like that.


    And before anyone says it, yes im having a c section, to me, there is no other option, I have no choice in my mind. I wish there was another way for me but there isn't. I HAVE to take that risk.


 

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