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    Was thinking about this today.

    I'm getting increasingly unhappy with my less than 12A boobies - down from a nice set of 10C/Ds. I'm not to happy naked (used to quite like my boobs). I don't like not being able to fill out clothes/bathers etc

    So, has anyone actually done it? Love them? Hate them?

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    I would

    Nothing super huge, just a little bigger. Very natural looking.
    Would make it so much easier to find bras.
    Before DD they were okay i was wearing an 8C/D bra, now Im struggling to fit in an 8A bra

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    Hells to the yes!!!!

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    I'm getting a set as soon as I'm finished with babies

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    I wouldn't get implants as I have quite enough there as it is, but I will be getting a lift once I've lost all the weight and saved all the money.

    And some nipping and tucking around my caesarean site too, there's stuff going on there no amount of diet or exercise will ever fix

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    Nope. Big boobs wouldn't suit me. And having falsies would just clash with everything about me, my personality, my sense of style. Not for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummabearr View Post
    I would

    Nothing super huge, just a little bigger. Very natural looking.
    Would make it so much easier to find bras.
    Before DD they were okay i was wearing an 8C/D bra, now Im struggling to fit in an 8A bra
    But can they ever really be natural looking? There's a few mum's at my DS's soccer who have them and even when covered with normal clothing I can spot them a mile away. It's like a wax figure at he museum, even though they look lifelike, they still don't look "real".

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    I have a pretty good relationship with my boobs but I Might get them done one day. I like the fake look. I saw the natural ones I think they call them "teardrop" or something like that and they just look like my boobs now.
    I only have a B cup so nothing fantastic.
    But before boobs I would get Botox and facial stuff done to me that's more important.

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    I actually came very close to spending a small inheritance on a boob lift. I'm happy with their size, I just want them to stop sagging! If money was no object, I'd be booked in immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plexus Solaire View Post
    But can they ever really be natural looking? There's a few mum's at my DS's soccer who have them and even when covered with normal clothing I can spot them a mile away. It's like a wax figure at he museum, even though they look lifelike, they still don't look "real".
    yes some can look very natural .. Nothing to do with shape of implant ( tear drop can turn and look very distorted ) its about what fits your frame... Any good plastic surgeon can advice on size to suit .. Mine are very large but fit my almost 6 ft frame ..

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