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    lisa
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    Hello people
    I’m considering having my breast enlarged, at the mo I’m a 32a and hoping to go to a c cup. My biggest fear is the general anaesthetic (i’ve never had an op before) and have been reading up on just being sedated and having a local or regional one instead. Has anybody had this and could you describe it, thank you

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    victoria
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    hello!!i had mine done last moday the 13th!! thats the thing i was most worried about the general anesthectic, honestly you cant even feel the needle go in your hand, i was that scared i closed my eyes, next minute i woke up with boobs feeling great! my friend had that other one (twlight) i wouldnt like to be honest, the surgeon said to her she will be in a deep sleep and you will sort of no whats going on that would freak me out! oviously its a big decision but you are in the best hands! xxx

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    lisa
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    It’s the whole “what if I don’t wake up” thing. And I’d rather know what was going on if that makes sense?! I’ve even considered hypnosis but I haven’t got the guts for that. my best bet is to book the consultation and take it from there but thank you heaps I feel loads better now xx

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    thats what i thort ” what if i dont wake up” i asked the nurse on my consultation and she said if there was anything to go wrong ( which is most unlikely) you are in the best hands! good luck any way let me no how you get on! xxx

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    adele
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    oh my goodness i would not be able to be awake when they did whatever they do, most people worry over the anasthetic but you will be fine, im sure your young n healthy… its nothing to worry about..x

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