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    @almai, (sorry I'm crashing) my mother's group have been talking about a girls holiday to Thailand to get their boobs done, I don't want to do it myself but I told them I'd go for a holiday because they'll need someone to help them lift their bags etc! You could totally crash 😆

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    ooooh Loco are you still researching ??? I am Ive decided that Im going to buy myself the best present ever !!! BOOOBIEESSS My saggy deflated aa's don't even fill a push up bra.. HOW Embrassing !!
    Ive only recently started researching but I've read that it's better to go with a plastic surgeon rather than cosmetic surgeon, Ive read conflicting feedback with regards to a furry brazilon... Also from what I gather with my size is to go with the teardrop rather than round at teardrop is more natural looking and as Im small round wld make me look fake porn star style !! Also may have consult with 2/3 suregons to get 2nd /3rd opinions??? advice ideas etc.. yes will be costly.. can you star any research findings???

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    I already know where I'm getting mine done, Dr Chris Moss in Toorak (Melbourne), he's a plastic surgeon. A girl I worked with had it done there and she looked great (and, incidentally, she used to be a Zoo Mag model...lol). He's a bit more expensive but I'm happy to pay for good quality.

    My house goes up for auction in May and the property market is going bananas, so it looks like I'll have plenty of cash spare to get it done. Can't wait until winter when I'll be able to book it in!

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    If I had the money id consider it @TaylorMade. Although I'd prefer to get it done in Australia.
    Throwing all our money at ttc at the moment. But it's something I will save for in the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by almai View Post
    If I had the money id consider it @TaylorMade. Although I'd prefer to get it done in Australia.
    Throwing all our money at ttc at the moment. But it's something I will save for in the future
    Well they don't want to do it until they're all finished having kids so you've got a couple of years to save

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    I'd like to hear any recommnedations of surgeons on the Sunshine Coast???

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    That's great Hollywood that you already know who your going through.. Have you had any consults yet ?? How much??
    Im in Brisbane so yet to look into people, just trying to gather info on size, shape, recovery, risks... incision site etc...SOOOOO much to think about
    Alami... Hope you get your BFP sooner rather than later...
    KittiK.. I'll let you know about the ones I research in Brisbane..

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    Thanks @3Rreg - Im not opposed to travel for the right surgeon so look forward to any recomendations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    I would very throughly research before deciding to go with them. They don't use a general anaesthesia, they only use local anaesthetic and twilight sedation.

    A lady recently had a heart attack after the local anaesthetic was injected into her artery instead of the tissue.

    http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/woman-reco...31-132n8z.html

    There's a reason why they're cheap.
    Good advice here! I would not take the risk overseas, some don't have issues, many do. I would not be comfortable having a consult over the net. I would prefer to meet my australian surgeon and get his professional opinion before anything. If something happens overseas it can be difficult to have it sorted when you return to Australia and many wimen are left with a botched job which surgeons here are unable to fix. (Saw s documentary on this) While I don't need or have any inclinication to have implants, I have friends who have, most have had them done in Thialand and I have not made comment but after noticing a friends boob job in a pic on facebook lately I messaged her to compliment her saying how good they looked, they looked natural and in proportion with her body. If ever I was thinking of having them I would go to her surgeon only who is here in Perth. He does reconstruction for cancer patients. He's amazing. I would prefer to pay the dollars to a good local surgeon than go elsewhere such as to a foreign country. My friend also said that medicare contribute if you fit a criteria. Her right boob was smaller than the other so she was able to claim through medicare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3Rreg View Post
    That's great Hollywood that you already know who your going through.. Have you had any consults yet ?? How much??
    Im in Brisbane so yet to look into people, just trying to gather info on size, shape, recovery, risks... incision site etc...SOOOOO much to think about
    Alami... Hope you get your BFP sooner rather than later...
    KittiK.. I'll let you know about the ones I research in Brisbane..
    No I haven't had any consultations yet, will wait until I'm cashed up. My colleague said the initial consultation is $250 and her implants cost her $14k approximately. Pricey, but I'm happy to pay for quality.


 

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