Does it feel weird though? Anyone?
OK So You know when you get acrylic nails or hair extensions done and it feels uncomfortable and you freak out so you just remove them...THIS is what I'm scared of. I don't want that feeling once I get them done...Oh gosh I can't explain hope that makes sense.
It's not like you can call the doc and say " sorry but I'm not comfortable can I take them out"🙉
Oooooo and I forgot to ask? What type of implants do you all have? Saline or Silicone?
Subbing! I'm def getting mine done! We're just deciding if we should have another baby first or not. Will def get them done after if we do have another
Where's all the boobies on a Sunday? I thought BH would have lots😋
This isn't meant to be argumentative, just another point of view.
I had a large abdominal procedure.. A lipectomy after large weight loss. The initial procedure I had general anaesthetic and was so violently ill afterwards.
I had to return to theatre about 5 months later for a scar revision following a large infection at the surgical site and for the 2 hour procedure, the anaesthetist gave me only a deep sedation. I was not Ill at all afterwards, did not wake up etc, I had no problems.
I have also seen surgical procedures done under both different forms of anaesthetic.. (General and sedation) with work.
A breast augmentation/boob job is actually not a very involved procedure nowadays and can even be day stay in some circumstances.
(Of course all surgical procedures carry inherent risk).
I am not advocating either way, that is a personal choice, but I don't think it is just the anaesthetic that factors into the cheaper price. How long you stay, where it is performed, whether the anaesthetist is part of the practice/hospital or is contracted..
In my surgical case, my rate went up because my surgeon contracted the anaesthetist. There are many many factors which contribute to costing.
Also, my procedure cost $16,000 (as it could technically be classed as cosmetic) the same procedure at other reputable clinics was from 14-23,000k), my procedure was in a private hospital.
The best thing to do is always to research, look for reviews, ask tonnes of questions (which at a good establishment should never be a hassle), and make sure you feel comfortable, not like a number or rushed or pushed into decisions.
There is also a new type of implant I saw on TV... It is a medical grade foam, it is apparently wonderful..
I would love to have a boob job, it's on my wish list, but I want a reduction and some perkiness back
I've always wanted bewbs and after having my DS and seeing a 12b/c chest, well I had so much more confidence. Back down to not even filling a 10a and I won't undress in front of DP. I just need to win lotto!
And I too would like to know answers to OP questions!
Ps. I just realised this is an old thread... :/
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