Procedure: Breast Enlargement
It’s one of those things where people say “ I have been thinking about it for ages” but I actually have, from the age of 16 I knew I wanted a boob job and have always been 100% certain about it. Unfortunately I have never been blessed with anything and had always been flat chested which is something I have always been self conscious about. I felt as though everyone around me had a little something and I just didn't.
My friends and family have always been really supportive, knowing other people who have also had there's done and doing my research helped a lot. It wasn't something that was a secret either. Everyone close to me had always known I would eventually go through with it.
They had a great reputation and like I said I made sure I did my research beforehand to ensure I was going with the right company/surgeon for me.
He was great, really helpful and informative. He understood exactly what I was saying when explaining the look and size I wanted to go. Its was daunting but he talk’s you through everything and really put’s you at ease with the situation. The surgeon consultation really makes everything seem real and actually gets you excited to think this is actually going to happen.
MYA PC was lovely, she was really approachable and relatable. You are able to text and email to ask all sorts of questions(Believe me I had plenty) and she used to get back to me about everything.
It’s scary! I don’t believe anyone when they say otherwise. Everything runs through your mind. Have I choose the right size and profile, will I be ok? Will I love them? All sorts but looking back I realise I was just being daft but I suppose it’s normal to go through a mix of emotions.
I know everyone’s pain levels are different but I was definitely in pain for the first week or so after my op*. I went under the muscle and they do say that can be worse but I also worked out my chest the days before the procedure so I pretty sure that didn’t help either (I don’t recommend that). It’s important to take it easy and not do too much. It was hard sleeping for the first week trying to stay propped up and I am so used to being at the gym, working and being on the go so resting is difficult for me so I am definitely one of those girls to say I struggled for the first few weeks*.
I felt better when I started back at the gym, you are supposed to wait 6 weeks but I went back a little early but just doing lower body and limited everything I was really careful as I didn’t want anything to go wrong, but it made me feel 100% more human*.
Yes, but losing weight since my procedure has affected my result slightly, but I still love them.
Now I have my boobs it’s so nice not having to wear a bra.. padding free finally! All the bikini’s and dresses options I can wear now is endless, I don’t have to limit my wardrobe to what hides a bra or the fact I have no boobs. Just need to book more holidays now!