250cc big enough? A-C cup Started by: MJ

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  • MJ 3
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    Hi girls
    If anyone is near enough same stats as me. I’m roughly 30/32A cup. I’m wanting natural looking breasts but to go a Full C cup (if that makes sense) I’m thinking 250cc should be enough to get me to what I want? I’ve booked my BA but not seen my surgeon this will be on wed, but I also know not everyone agrees with what the surgeon recommends although they are the professionals.

    Any feed back/photos would be great.

    Thanks girlies xx

    Vicky 8
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    Hi, I’ve got my op tomorrow. I’m a 34a and want to be a c cup. I’m still undecided between 270cc or 300cc moderate round unders. Will let you know how I get on…..

    Sarahx 1
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    I had similar stats to you, 30/32A. Couldn’t decide between 250 and 270cc, last minute I went for 250. They are sitting very high at the moment so it’s hard to tell however I have a long way to go. All I can is most of my clothes still fit, they haven’t changed my style which has happened to a couple of my friends.
    I’m sure when they have settled they will be a large C to small D. It’s personal preference as to what look your trying to achieve and it seems everyone achieves a different bra size with the same size implant.
    Good luck x

    Vanessa 3
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    Hi MJ, I started with a small b or basically A cup 32 bandwidth and I got 225ccs unders.
    At about 6 weeks got myself fitted and I am a 32D now with some tightness which means 32DD would also be best suited.

    Here’s my progress

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    MJ 3
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    So jealous, yours look great. I can’t wait to have boooobies 🙂 I suppose I should just see what the surgeon says first. But much appreciated ladies for feedback. X

    Anonymous
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    Hi MJ, yes that will be enough. I was in the same position. I had my previous augmentation with another company 10years ago and they pressured me to go bigger. I had 300cc overs and they are too big. I wanted a C cup but I’m a D OR DD depending where I shop.

    I’m having mine redone in 8 weeks to go smaller, around 270/280 at the most (maybe 250) and under the muscle this time x

    Becca 14
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    Hiya, I was a 30A and had 240cc. Now 7 weeks post op and wearing 28F /30E.

    MJ 3
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    Becca, do you think that’s still a bit of swelling?. My surgeon decided 225cc but said she can’t guarentee what cup size i’ll Be. X

    Samantha 1
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    Hi MJ,

    I had my operation yesterday, I was a really small A and had 250CC unders with Dr Traynor.

    Feeling sore today but I like the size 🙂 he said he wouldn’t go any bigger cause I’m quite petite xx

    Laura 50
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    I had 275cc just over three weeks ago 🙂

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    Alice 8
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    Hey I had 225cc partial and I was a 32A before and now I’ve been measured as a 32DD x

    MJ 3
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    This is making more feel more positive about the implant size offered now.. the last thing I want it too feel I’ve spent all this money and not be 100% happy with the size outcome x

    L87 71
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    Hey I had 250/275. I went from 32A to 32E! I’m quite petite. See my profile where I have lots of pics if you like. I’m 1 year post op and happy with them 🙂

    Megan 9
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    I had 240cc. I was complelty flat before different even fit into a cup size. I’m only 2 weeks post op but I am filling my post op bra what I’d a 32C. They are still sitting high up but I’m happy with the progress

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    Becca 14
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    Hi @mj sorry it’s been so long! I don’t think it’s swelling as I’m now nearly 11 wpo and if anything they’re just getting bigger. I wear a 30E comfortably and on a push up bikini it was even a little small.

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