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Questions Regarding Breast Implants
June 20, 2007
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Has anyone had breast implants.

If you’re a man reading this… What is your thoughts on implants and do you mind them?

I am getting ready to go to my doctor for a consult. I know I can get most of these questions answered at my consult, however, I wanted real opinions outside of a doctors office so I decided to post this thread.

First, a bit about me. I am 30 years old, single, I have a great job and overall am not to insecure in my looks (I would say I am cute), however, I am very small in the breasts and would like to do this for myself. I have thought about this a lot over the years. I am going from a small B to a large C. At least that is what I am thinking about as I enter my consult.

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Do they feel real fake? Does this bother you?

What do the men in your life think?

I keep hearing women say “men tell me they hate them….”. To be honest, I think if a man loves me he will love me for my REAL or FAKE breast. However, I would like to know what guys think about them too.

Are you happy with the results?

Any complications?

Anything else anyone would like to add would be great.

June 20, 2007
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My sis did...you are very sore afterwards, but she loves her's and has never had a problem with them. She too went from a B to a large C. She would tell you that they look real, and feel real. Her husband likes them, never did not like them, and she had them done right before she met him. She had a great surgeon...so that made a difference as well. No complications, except as I said, soreness, bedrest and pain pills.

June 20, 2007
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Shrotcake~

When I was a teenager, I've alawys been teased by others about my small breasts. That did not make me in the least change my mind about my preference to small breasts despite all the nagging and vexing of others.

As I became older, my breasts became bigger and my bra size, as a result, got bigger.

My 2 cents...is it really worth it? Mr. Right would love you just the way you are. In fact, small breasts are a better to hold, take care and in every other area.

Think about it Shortcake. Take the time to reflect!!!

Blessings~

June 20, 2007
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OMW - Thanks for sharing what your sister has been through. Yes a great surgeon and research is a the key.

Rasputin - Others have never complained, neither have the men I have dated, this is really something I want to do for myself. I am researching everything I can, including this post to get opionons and others thoughts. Thanks for your post. I am still researching, because this choice is a one way road once taken.

June 20, 2007
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ShortCake
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here's an old guy's take. 🙂

I always thought that my nose was too big. No one else ever thought so. I always thought that they were just being nice. I went and had a first class nose job that gave me the nose that I always wanted. Now as I have grown older and need reading glasses, they keep sliding down my 'perfect' nose. 🙂

I got the operation done over extended leave. When I returned to work all healed, no one even noticed the difference. When I pointed out the fact to them all, I got the same response. "Oh, yes I can see a little difference. But it was fine before. Did you have some other problem such as breathing difficulties?"

Personally big tits are a turn off for me. I feel like I'm milking a Jersey cow in foreplay with same.

Nice little boobs are just as nice as any other. My first obsessive love had only nipples and I do not exaggerate. If it weren't for the nipple size you would have thought she was a guy up top. She only wore a bra to fill her dresses out a little. I loved her soooo much - her two pimples and all. If boob
size make a real difference to a guy, I'd disgard him as both shallow and a jerk.

My present partner, has breast implants, one of which has ruptured. I didn't break it. 🙂

She's up for thousands of dollars AUD to have them replaced now. I said, get the implants out and forget about having them replaced. But she's worried about how she will look now with razor strops instead of full breasts. Its a trap!! Implants don't last forever. Unless you die within 20 years of getting them done, there may well be a problem later. Think long term!

What about penis size? Aren't the two hangups closely related? Should I get six inches grafted onto my already adequate and well performing shaft to enhance my manhood?

This idea of a real man having to be hung like a donkey to be attractive to women is just as absurd as a real woman having to have huge knockers to be attractive to a man. If you want to be happy don't invest your self-worth in your physical self-image. No matter how pretty you are, you will never be good enough to please yourself if you do. Besides, aging will remove any youthful beauty that you have - despite your most valiant efforts. Beauty really does come from within - believe me.

Sexual attractiveness is all in the mind of the beholder. Besides, you'll have to buy all new bras and throw out the old ones. 🙂

June 20, 2007
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ShortCake

I don't have implants, but I do mammograms. I'm sure your surgeon will present you with all the info about the risks, so I won't go into that.

I have handled alot of these implants- at my last mammo job, they called me the Implant Queen, because I didn't mind doing them, and the volume was high. I learned that Dallas has a higher incidence of implants than Los Angeles! HOllywood! The reason the other techs minded is that it is very difficult to see through an implant on an xray, and any abnormality in the home grown tissue could be obscured. So, for a screening mammogram that usually involves 2 images of each breast? You will have to have 4 taken - on each breast. If you want to know I can describe what is involved to push the implant back toward the chest wall while pulling the natural breast tissue forward for compression.

The implants that are behind the pectoral muscle look more natural, because they just sort of boost your own breast up and out, are not actually in the breast, and there will be no tell-tale line of demarcation of the implant under your collarbone.

The newer fluid filled augmentations are more natural feeling than the type that were common when I trained, but they can rupture. One of the radiologists I worked with ruptured one of hers when she had a bicycle accident and fell on her side. She had to have surgery to replace it.

And keep in mind that there's no tricking time and gravity. Eventually those implants sag because the muscles and skin supporting them do. Many older ladies came in and when I questioned them for a history to give the radiologist, told me they had had 2 or 3 surgeries for augmentation.

Sometimes, especially right after the implanting- one will slip and ride lower than the other one, and has to be surgically "lifted" to match the other breast.

There is a procedure now called "cracking" that some specialists are doing to crack the implant away from the chest wall. Over time, an implant can adhere to the chest wall and cause problems.

Sometimes plastic surgeons will not tell a patient this. They make pretty good money putting them in.

My opinion is that it's not worth it. I'm a small C, and sometimes? Handling all those bodacious ta tas made me kind of look down and sigh at mine, but you sure can have alot of problems with them, and if I had microcalcifications that signify early cancer, I would want the doc to be able to see that.

June 21, 2007
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Shortcake-

When I was younger, up until college, I was a B. Though my weight has not changed much, my body type has... and fortunately it is balancing out a bit on top...because I do have hips. I am now 38 years old and last time I bought a bra I measured at DD. I bought D's because I like them snugger. So your body can change naturally. Have you tried excercise and/or gaining a little weight?

The right bra really can make a difference. I never realized that until recently. If you want to splurge a little Victoria's Secret has a variety of bras that will give you great cleavage. (Don't buy them through the mail unless you know your size, and/or don't mind returning through mail- they don't take orders from catalogs or online back at their stores). But if it's cleavage you want, a nice sports bra from the Gap or some where can even press your breasts together for that. But it does hold you in.

Honestly, there are a lot of clothes I can't wear at work (although I wear them outside of work) because of my boobs. Annoying. Other, smaller breasted girls get away with the same tops and look neater in them.

It seems none of us like what we have, or we take it for granted. Sad. Society does a number on women.

I hope you make the right decision, and whatever it is it leaves you happy and in good health.

-ella

June 21, 2007
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P.S. I had a friend that had implants. Most of the time I knew her I never noticed one way or another because she didn't get very large ones put in. She looked natural and was a pretty girl, so it was her face everyone looked at. One day we were walking down the street and I don't even know how we were talking about our boobs, but we were talking about what we were wearing or whatever. Something made her say "... oh, my boobs are FAKE! I got them for Christmas!" Then she grabbed my hand and made me feel them! As another woman, I can say, they didn't feel like I always thought those did. Not like rocks or anything, soft. I don't know. I imagine all of us are naturally different anyway, some firmer than others so as look as they don't look like grapefruits glued on to your chest, you will look fine.

June 21, 2007
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I appreciate bev's recounting of her experience as a mammography technician. As a nurse I would also caution against any unnecessary invasive surgery and general anesthesia (and other risks specifically associated with breast implants which you can no doubt discover with a little googling).

As a small-breasted woman, I have every now and then thought a little about implants. They would balance out my figure... but when it comes down to it I'm just not willing to go that route. My current boyfriend, and also my previous one, happened to love me the way I am and said very strongly they did not want me to get implants. When i think about it I realize that if I was with a man who wanted me to get implants.... I would probably dump him.

ShortCake, what's wrong with being a B cup?? Unless you've got really really huge hips, why would you want to be a large C?

June 21, 2007
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I've never dated a woman that had them. I guess they have their positives and negatives. If I had to vote one way or the other...I would say "no". A former girlfriend mentioned something about being a little small on top once. I said something to the effect,"There is more to you being a woman than that". I thought she was attractive just the way she was.

June 21, 2007
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Thanks everyone for your thoughts. You all mentioned good points. I am very interested in doing the procedure, but maybe I will take a little more time to soul search and find out why I am doing this... make sure its for the right reason.

No reason to rush....

June 21, 2007
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Yes, I keep doing research and I have found some amazing websites. The more research I do, the more I want them....

This truly is NOT for some guy or anyone else, its about me. This is something I want. If a guy was dating me because of my boobs, he would be a ass and his real ass colors will show sooner or later.

I guess after really thinking about it, this is about my own personal self confidence. I guess I look at this choice as something I want, it not about making someone else happy.

So if anyone out there has any advice from friends they know who got them or personal advice from people who have them that would be great.

Thanks everyone for your kind words. I am keeping them ALL in the back of my mind, I am not rushing this process, I am just focused on getting all the info and opionons I can from peoples personal experience with implants.

June 21, 2007
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I have natural biggins and they change the size of shirt you wear, and some cute shirts dont look so cute with big boobs. There are some adorable style of shirts that I will never be able to wear. Its so frustrating.

My big boobs sweat in the summer and I have to wear deoderant under them so they wont stink. They're heavy and they make me slouch.

I'm very embarrassed and self conscious about them. If I was single and dating, I would never want to take my shirt off. Thankfully my h is used to them.

At times it does feel like he's milkin a jerzy cow. As my momma always said, "if its more than a mouthful, its a waste". I tend to agree. Boy do I have alot of waste. 🙁

June 21, 2007
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me too...and they just keep getting bigger (pregnancy)...I would give anything for smaller.

wait, I would give anything for PERKY!

I have to admit, my left side is one full cup size different....which makes it hard to find the right bra.

I went to see about getting them evened out...the doc, a woman, grabbed my nekid breast and lifted them up and said "we can make them perky while we are at it!!!" I felt like saying "hey, I have headlights, you just have to lay on the floor to see them!"

I was HUMILIATED.

anyhow, insurance wouldn't cover it...so I left the experience behind.

I would lvoe to wear shirts without a bra.

June 21, 2007
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Rising and the wall... you both are so cute. I love what you posted.

Funny thing how we want what we don't have...LOL. I have small but perky, however, they don't look good in a shirt without a bra... they are two small and pear shaped.

When I was in high school they were small and then I gained weight in college. I went from 125 lbs to 155 lbs. I LOVED my breasts they were full but so was my ass and tummy...LOL. Then I lost the weight but also lost it in my chest, making me my high school girl shape again. I don't plan on gaining the weight back because I have so much fun being the weight I am... Its perfect for me, not to skinny (I don't like the boney look a women should have curves) but not to chubby. I just wish I could have lost the weight and kept my girls (I call them my girls...LOL).

I have done lots of research on doctors and plans, I am going in for my first consult with a highly recommended doctor (from a friend who has implants and I have asked her tons of questions too). I also have other doctors I have researched adn thought it can't hurt to get a few free consults, I might learn something from each visit.

Thanks again everyone for being honest and sharing your thoughts and experiences. It means a lot to hear peoples opionons. I do take everything I read in and I will be spending time continuing to research and making sure this is exactly what I want... My friend is going in for a tummy tuck and I am all over her as a BIG NO... since she is skinny already, but wants the perfect tummy. I guess others look at me the way I look at her and wonder WHY? Your already pretty.... (not to sound like I love myself or anything...LOL... but I only feel insecure there, otherwise I do well).

One funny thing is... I am a women geologist. I work with men all day long. I already get enough attention in the field...LOL. However, this is not about men, its about me wanting to look in the mirror naked and alone and LOVE myself in every way.... if that makes sense.

June 21, 2007
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"its about me wanting to look in the mirror naked and alone and LOVE myself in every way...."

That is a wonderful goal. I would like to think we could achieve it without resorting to plastic surgery.

take care

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