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    Default Breast enhancement - non surgical

    Not sure if i'm posting in the right area...

    Since giving birth 2 years ago my breasts have become somewhat "deflated" and its really starting to bother me. They used to be full albeit small, now they just look like wrinkled old balloons :-(
    i'm curious if anyone has used anything to make their breasts full again? Non surgical please!


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    Tiffiny Hall one of the biggest loser trainers did a clip on youtube which i was watching the other day, about doing weights, pushups and a vaiety of different chest exersizes can make boobs look perkier and bigger... Dont know if it works but its worth a shot i thought lol

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    Default Re: Breast enhancement - non surgical

    Or would surgery be the way to go?
    Anyone else done or know of anything?

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    Default Breast enhancement - non surgical

    Look up fat transfer, it's a viable option

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    Default Breast enhancement - non surgical

    I'm subbing
    I was thinking about doing a similar post! Mine are just so small gone from a "C" to struggling to fit in an "A"

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    Default Breast enhancement - non surgical

    I had a AA, and went to a D with my first. Back down to a B, then up to an E with my second. I am now a very loose and saggy D.

    I saw a surgeon before Christmas ad e recommended a surgical breast lift. He thinks I'd be to great candidate for the Medicare benefit which will knock $6K off the price. He took photos and submitted my case to Medicare. He doesn't think I'll end up needing augmentation, just te lift.

    Will let you know the outcome!

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    Default Breast enhancement - non surgical

    Quote Originally Posted by Mum2EandR View Post
    I had a AA, and went to a D with my first. Back down to a B, then up to an E with my second. I am now a very loose and saggy D.

    I saw a surgeon before Christmas ad e recommended a surgical breast lift. He thinks I'd be to great candidate for the Medicare benefit which will knock $6K off the price. He took photos and submitted my case to Medicare. He doesn't think I'll end up needing augmentation, just te lift.

    Will let you know the outcome!
    A friend of mines friend got this because she had mastitis. Mine are separated and horrible hahaha! I'm definitely going to get a lift or augmentation

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    Default Breast enhancement - non surgical

    Subbing, I'm BFing now but once I stop i won't even fill an A!! They will be saggy deflated balloons.

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    Default Breast enhancement - non surgical

    Subbing! I'm considering my options too

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    A friend of mines friend got this because she had mastitis.
    I'm curious- what does mastitis have to do with breast augmentation? And through Medicare?


 

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