Gutted Started by: Samantha

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    Have any girls been told they need an uplift when they were just expecting augmentation? X

    Ella Beau 50
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    Hi Samantha yep me, I knew they were bad but not that bad lol x

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    That’s how I feel … I was told I’m border line but if I had just augmentation I would need uplift in 2-3years … So really have no choice x

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    I’ worried I might need a uplift! I’ve had a baby n breastfeed so i’m thinking the chance’s are high. I’ve got my first appointment with them on saturday x

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    from reading not just on here but on a lot of other forums within the clinics I think this is the case of a hell of a lot of people.

    I have been studying this really well since been advised I need one and youll be amazed by how many people have said they are advised they need an uplift.

    I personally was by both Andreas and Manier but I have decided to not have the uplift done. I am only 24 nop kids and no long term partned and I believe I would be even more conscious with the scaring from the uplift.

    I have seen pictures of before and after and a lot don’t have much scarring but some I have seen are rather large and at my age im not willing to take that risk.

    The difference between paying now and maybe paying in 5/10 year is only a couple of thousand pounds so I would rather just wait and see how they go.

    Anything is better than what I have now and I have my heart set on them so I suppose its a choice of your own.

    I wouldn’t suggest however going to lots of different surgeons if its been suggested by one you can guarantee most with say it so don’t get yourself even more confused by going and seeing lots of different people I did and believe me it made it a lot worse.

    Hope this helps x

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    Hi Samantha, I had exactly the same thing and I was gutted about being recommended for an uplift. I’m much older than you. I was told by MYA to ask another one of their surgeons for a second opinion as my measurements were seriously just borderline, but I thought, whats the point, and backed out. I wanted to do more research! Anyhow I ended up seeing a local surgeon and he agreed I was borderline so my choice but he said most patients he has seen are happier without the scaring and uplift on patient surveys. I decided to go ahead without the uplift and had the simple procedure I hoped for in the first place. I’m 10000% glad I did! No down time, no visible scars and from a very small A to a D/DD….. If I sag in 5 years then I’ll consider an uplift and the scaring but if I can get a good few years from these I am more than happy. I am now 6.5 weeks post op and it’s the best decision I’ve ever made. Go with your heart! Good luck hun x

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    I’m really not sure what to do now after reading all these, I’ve booked my surgery and paid my deposit… The scars don’t particularly bother me it’s more what I can achieve with having both done at once, I want to be a full DD again but they always advise smaller with an uplift xx

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    Also bear in mind it will be more expensive to have it as two separate procedures. However, weigh up which is more affordable spending 6-7k in one go or 4-5k twice x

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    If you want the best result and outcome then you should take the advice of the surgeon. In the long run you will end up having to go through two separate procedures and paying a lot more money for the uplift … It’s a personal choice only you can decide …

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    Thanks for all the comments they really help I’m going to see another surgeon and I am going to another cosmetic company just to see what they say … If all 3 are the same then I will go ahead but if there are conflicting views I think I am going to have to have a long hard think … I just thought it would be straight forward lol x

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    Lisa have you got any photos of before and after please x

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