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24-12-2011 14:04 #51
24-12-2011 14:26 #52
Yep, sign me up for some fake b00bies!!
24-12-2011 15:42 #53
My breasts disappeared after 2years of feeding DD and never returned. I know breastfeeding isn't meant to do that but they were C cup and are now AA. Its embarassing and I feel so unattractive and unsexy.
I'd love bigger breasts (even a b cup would be wonderful) but surgery terrifies me. The risks are not high but they are there and I do not react well to anaesthestic. I can't bring myself to take the risk.
If there was a 100% safe non surgical way to plump up my breasts a bit, I'd be overjoyed. I miss having breasts.
24-12-2011 15:46 #54
24-12-2011 15:47 #55
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24-12-2011 16:42 #56
Yes, but only a reduction and lift, my breasts have always been like socks with baseballs in them (I think the medical term is tubular), now it's more like socks with a half sized basketball. Hate them as much as I appreciate why I have them once we are done with kids I would love to have boobs that don't literally reach my navel.
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24-12-2011 17:07 #57
i dont like the idea of having a sack (2 actually!)of saline/silicone in me, would prob only want to get one if i had my breasts removed (like for cancer or something). having them made less saggy on the other hand i have often thought of but wouldnt do anything until ive finished having kids. probably wont ever do anything about it....
24-12-2011 17:24 #58
Yep Lift and fill for me thanks !!!
24-12-2011 17:30 #59
I've had one and I plan on doing it again once I've finished having children. I love mine
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24-12-2011 17:35 #60
It would all depend on how they looked after I finished breastfeeding all our children. Fingers crossed they fill out a little more!
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