by Terrye Tebbetts
Hi, time has flown and my augmentation and lift are due next Month, March 18th. i currently have 300 “over” silicone breast implants which have dropped to saggy breasts since birth of daughter and breast feeding. She is now 15 months. I did alot of research prior to my next op and currently wear a D cup when all lifted and squidged in by the bra. The estimated size to be is an E cup and just wanted reassurance that have made the right choide by going a size bigger. PS was happy with choice, said they would be big but wouldn’t do anything that discredited her work as a surgeon.
Will I look okay at this height and weight oh and they are high profile.
Look forward to hearing from you xx
I have to wonder though, if you need a lift and they are saggy….what since does it make to take out excess skin, reposition your breast in a perkier position and then put MORE weight, a bigger, implant back in on it????
If you need a lift to begin with – your body is telling you that your breasts don’t hold weight well – otherwise you wouldn’t need the lift.
Lifting and going LARGER has just never made since to me. Given the dynamics of lifting and augmenting, this scenario is likely to be one you are going to keep repeating often for the rest of your life.
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