Very upset! Snoopy deformity. Started by: Jess

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  • Jess 143
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    So I’ve just found out via the lovely ladies on my Instagram that I have a SNOOPY DEFORMITY. I’ve been living with these breasts for over a year thinking I’d done something wrong somewhere along the way and that I’d caused this. I hate my boobs now. They’re hideous. It makes me upset having to look at them every day. I didn’t pay all this money to end up with droopy boobs just 6months post op! I had small perky ones and this usually happens when you should’ve originally had a lift which is absolutely not the case and I’ve been told it’s therefore my surgeon’s fault for not making the pocket correctly. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, I’m going to be phoning MYA on my break in a little while.

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    Stacey 497
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    Snoopy deformity isn’t the sugoens fault Hun it’s our natural breast tissue that sagged leaving implant sat where it was put sugoens can’t for see it coming however I’m sure we are covered for it under revision so long as sugoen Agrees this is what you have and agree to re op I go get an ap with your sugoen to confirm this first as people on her and inst aren’t sugoens so can’t say for sure xxx

    Jess 143
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    I’ve had loads of girls tell me it’s the surgeons fault for not making the pocket correctly or making it too small. I didn’t have anything TO sag in the first place. Got an appointment with a nurse Friday morning so looking forward to seeing what she says. And the girls on Insta are ones who have been through it and had theirs corrected xx

    Stacey 497
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    It’s really not the sugoens fault Hun google it and read up on it fully it doesn’t matter if you don’t have anything to sag it’s down to the breast tissue and the weight of the implant and other factors it usually happens with girls who have plenty of natural breast tissue to start with or girls that are borderline uplift defo get in touch with your sugoen tho xxx

    Louise 27
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    It’s not the surgeons fault, it’s usually down to skin elasticity and how much breast tissue you had before your op. There are other factors too but the surgeon being incompetent is not one of them x

    Jessica 9
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    Hi Hun, I had my surgeon consultation and he told me I naturally had the snoop deformity on my left breast, so he’s sorting my pocket out and removing tissue from behind my nipple before giving me implants. Get in touch with mya and ask to speak to your surgeon Hun. X

    Cathy 16
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    Hi hun
    I have this also, ive just been given the go ahead for revision surgery and have appiontment on 14th feb to finalise plan with surgeon and book date for revision x

    If u have any questions feel free to add and or messgae me x

    Jess 143
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    Hopefully not although everything I’ve been seeing has said it’s happened when you should’ve had an uplift (which I didn’t need) or from the pocket being made too small and the implant just never falling into said pocket! Had a few ladies messaging me about their experiences with the same thing saying it was the surgeon’s fault. Hopefully not though but hoping I can get it corrected as I can’t even bear looking at them! x

    sabrina 90
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    I think your surgeon should correct them, if he knew you had this you should of been informed and shown pictures of the possible results with your chosen size. Looking at your pictures it looks as if your size given is to big and heavy for your breast or something x

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