i am posting this and hoping not to get any judgment or nasty comments
I am looking to travel down the path of a tummy tuck. My stomach is a mess with still some separation and dreaded lose skin. Even with toning and exercise, I am saggy, baggy elephant.
I am am calling out to see if anyone recently has taken the plunge. If so, can you give me some info on costs, recovery and any recommendations of surgeons. I am in Brisbane too.
Thanking you in advance
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23-04-2015 18:18 #1Member
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23-04-2015 20:47 #2
No judgement here, if it's something that will make you feel better than I say go for it!! I don't want a tummy tuck but definitely want some boobs later on lol.
23-04-2015 21:11 #3
No judgment, you just need to be really really sure you're finished having kids and be on some failsafe contraception. It can be really dangerous to get pregnant after a tummy tuck. I should add my info comes from Take 5 magazine....
26-04-2015 08:34 #4
I went to Dr Luke stradwick on the GC in 2013. Cost was around $9000- recovery was hard but manageable. I went in for day surgery and stayed at my mums for the first 3 nights to be away from the kids. I bounced back pretty quickly, I'd say by 12 weeks later I was completely back to 'normal'. My scar is amazing! Barely noticeable. He's a lovely man, very straight to the point, he'll give you straight up answers. go for it!
28-05-2016 07:56 #5Senior Member
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I'm booked in with Dr Kane. Did my research and very happy with consult and seen his work on another girls Instagram.
28-05-2016 10:05 #6
Go for it is all I can say. I know someone that had one before children as she thought she'd never have any then 3 years later she did and her body hasn't recovered so just be sure you don't want any more children. I'll be having my boobs done as I know there will be nothing left after my next one stops feeding (I'm due in July). Good luck and best wishes with it all
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