im very anxious of this :/ Started by: em4670

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  • Profile photo of ksofy1ksofy1
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    Hi there. Dont worry,

    To put it simply – when you wake up you feel DRUNK! lol. A bit out of it and hazed. And sometimes you talk rubbish or puke.

    As for being put to sleep – you naturally feel nervous but its all so quick. They’ll put a needle in your hand and hold your hand whilst they chat a bit to you. But before you know it your gone! You just feel really really sleepy and you feel soooo relaxed and calm!

    Hope that helps? x x

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    When i had my BA, i was talking to the anaesthesist… and i remember saying when is this anasthetic going to kick in, .. she replied.. ‘its all done’
    :O i was in shock, all i can remember is one fluid conversation with the anasthesist in surgery… i wondered why all of a sudden my boobs felt stiff.. i thought it was the anaesthetic lol

    BTW, that was the first time i had ever been under general anaesthetic, and i was very nervous
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    lol roxy1989!!! i hope mine will be like that :D

    and thanks k41sty :) but i hate being drunk lol!! i recently had a baby and now im just nervous about everything because im constantly thinking about her,
    maybe i need to relax a bit more and just think BOOBIES haha!! i just really really want it so bad i dont wanna be put off by one silly needle!

    how long does the op last for? xxx

    Profile photo of ksofy1ksofy1
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    Average is like 60 minutes! Thats all, not long at all. Dont think about the needles etc- get your mind directly onto how your boobs will look in a bikini everytime you think of going under x x

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    i was under for 45mins xx

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    soon as i can wear my bikinis, im going to wear my tiny ones from when i was a 32a :P x

    Profile photo of em4670em4670
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    45mins n 60mins aint long at all. but the woman i saw told me 20mins! but nevermind im sure it will all be worth it in the end lol.

    im a 32a now n i cant stand them!!!!!!!! what size did u go to if you dont mind me asking? xx

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    I’ve not had mine yet Hun having it nxt month but I’m a 32a too n got twin baby girls n suffer from panic attacks too. I have had ga twice before n was fine, hope that helps x x x ps where r u having it done n who with? X x

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    i had 340cc, and im approx a 32c/32d .. cant say for sure til i get measured em4670 xx

    Profile photo of em4670em4670
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    i live in birmingham but there isnt a clinic that does it here so im probably going manchester or london havnt decided yet.

    im stuck on what surgeon to go with aswell im thinking mr singh or mr adamo xxx

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    Hi Em, I was really worried about going under GA too but there’s really nothing to worry about. I was talking to the anaesthetist who told me to check the time on the clock and that I would get a funny taste in my mouth and feel dizzy. The next thing I was aware of was shouting at the anaesthetist that they hadn’t put me under properly and that I needed more GA otherwise I would feel everything to be told that it was done. Coming round is quite disorientating as you feel like you haven’t even been to sleep and that only a minute has passed. I had a cry when I saw my new boobs. Mr Adamo was great, really pleased with him. Good luck x

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    aww thanks dollybird! i think i will cry dramaticly when i see my boobies lol its the one thing my mind is set on before i pass :| lol and if i necer get it done i know i will live to regret it. iv heard a lot of good feed back from mr adamo but you can see more than one surgeon so i think i will see mr adamo and mr singh then decide from there.
    i will feel well bad on the one i dont choose tho lol xxx

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    don’t worry its quite pleasant! lol u wont know nothing!! good luck x

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    i actually thought it was quite nice, everyone smiling and chatting away then you doze off and when you wake up its all done and it seems like only 2 mins have passed
    what you’ve got to remember is its much better than the alternative, imagine before anaesthetic was invented and being awake through it all!
    Just relax and you’ll be fine, i think if you tense up it hurts more when the needle goes in anyway x

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    Hi there! i suffer with anxiety, but being put to sleep is actualy quite relaxing! as wierd as it sounds! the moment your put under your waking up! when i woke up, i thought id had a nigth out and was hungover for a min! was funny! then i looked around (blurred, didnt have me glasses on!) and saw a doctor walk up to me! and then they put me onto a trolley thing and wheeled me to my room! and i felt soooo relaxed! felt stoned ha ha!! was lovely! then woke up later at teatime and ate loadsa food and texted everyone pics of my boobs n kept going to the toilet to have a sneek! was very exciting and not that bad at all! you,l be fine XX

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