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Something to consider . . .

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

So . . . I was just thinking about something else and thought I'd share/ask/think out loud.

I've been considering getting a breast agumentation/lift. I don't plan to do this until my goal weight is met but I was thinking about going for a consultation within the next month or so.

Since the weight has come off I've lost a few bra sizes and everything just sags ~ I don't fee comfortable without a bra on and wearing a bathing suit (which is a main goal) is hard because I just feel gross and droopy . . . like I'm 88, not 28.

I haven't talked to anyone about this except my husband and he's supportive of me either way. I know that he knows how uncomfortable I am though.

It's a BIG descision and I'm scared, nervous, and confused. I am not small chested as it is, and I don't want to look like Pam Anderson for sure, but I would like to feel confident about myself and that is one thing that I hate about my body. I think going smaller . . . but "perkier" would be good . . Is perkier a word?? ;)

I don't know . . I guess I'll have the consultation and see how it goes.

A girl I know lost 118 pounds and had to do the same thing. She recommended a DR to me in my area and that's where I'm going for the consultation. She wanted a tummy tuck but he told her he wouldn't do it because she could accomplish her goals with hard work and exercise ~ I liked that because if tightening up is something I can do with some additional work outs, I'd rather do that but hopefully he'll be able to tell me his thoughts.
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    I know a lady with a similar situation. She was always heavier on thetop and then she lost a lot of weight and had then reduced because she had so much back pain. You cant tell she had anything done and she looks very natural. Let us know how your consultaion goes!
    4419 days ago
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