Nope, I will never enhance my boobs. I am who I am...a good bra does wonderfully
When I breastfed....I was very embarrassed by my 'full' boobs and I certainly don't ever want that again lol
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28-03-2013 11:53 #81-
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28-03-2013 12:16 #82
Yes very important to me. Wouldn't get implants but a lift after kids would be nice. My floppy boobies depress me
28-03-2013 12:28 #83
Once I am done having babies, absolutely!! Sign.me.up.
I will also have a tummy tuck.
Where do I sign again??
lol, my boobs have always been an issue with me. I have a huge @rse & hips, and very small boobs, post baby those very small boobs have become very small deflated boobs. So yep, call me vain, fake, whatevs, I want the surgery and I will get it eventually
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28-03-2013 12:50 #85Senior Member
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Yep i had them done 6years ago i was only an A cup and am now a C cup best thing i ever did
28-03-2013 12:54 #86Senior Member
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28-03-2013 13:25 #87
I wouldn't, but would consider a lift. I'd be much more interested in a getting lippo and a tummy tuck (or even banding surgery).
It's the kind of thing that would have to be offered free though because I just don't see myself paying for surgery when there's so many other things to buy lol.
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28-03-2013 13:41 #88
Long answer, yes, but not to increase their size.
My first choice would be to make them smaller and lift them.
I am a D and would be perfectly happy with a B.
My second, and it's only my second because I reckon my DH would find this hard to cope with, and that
would be getting them off altogether - reconstructed to be smaller but with no actual breast tissue.
Two reasons for that.
One being a family history on mam's and dad's side having breast cancer,
and two being I just hate having boobs!
They ruin everything for me.
It's like having a nasty little 'friend' that gossips about me to others before I even meet them, only these things are stuck on my chest. They're the first thing people see, and they're lying to everyone about who I really am.
They get me attention that I DON'T want.
Just wearing a singlet makes me look like a trollop.
They dictate my style in clothes in that what I'd really like to wear just doesn't suit me. So my personality is compromised.
I'd have a much better figure without them
And after a lifetime of begrudging them body space , they'll probably end up
killing me in the end.
I know that reads as very superficial but they really don't suit my personality, they're wasted on me hahaha
So yep, I'd have one but not for the usual reasons.
I am grateful they eventually worked to feed my children though, if I couldn't have done that I would have an even worse relationship with them now
28-03-2013 13:48 #89
My b00bs are no good unless im bf and they're full of milk.
I wouldn't get them worked on because im not interested in unnecessary surgery and even more so the idea of foreign objects in my body freaks me out.
Plus I'm not interested in the fake look. IMO fake goods do not = great boobs.
28-03-2013 13:58 #90Senior Member
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No! My boobs are my best feature. Also, the idea of having something fake in my body horrifies me and is so out of character with my personality
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