• I am having a boob job...

    Asked by HearMeRoar on Monday, February 4, 2013

    I am having a boob job...

    They have always been big. As a young girl I went from nothing to DD over night! I got made fun if through my teen years. As a young professional men talked to them not to me. I liked them when they became pillows and nourishment for my babies. After my second kid they ended up in my lap. Then I got a job planning non profit galas... So hard to find dresses to fit. No button down shirts not many tshirts. They served their purpose. Now I will get small perky ones. Sure they will have scars but they will eventually be hot in clothing!!

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    • cris' Avatar
      cris

      I to was DD, I did lost weight before my cancer now I am D, went to my PS ,last week & I decided to become a C, I too had problems with button down shirts & finding tops to fit. He did tell me the implants will be heavy to, so I am going with a C cup. I will be getting a bilaterial masectomy sometime March /April & reconstruction the same day with implants. When are you having surgery, best of luck keep us updated...

      over 4 years ago
    • HearMeRoar's Avatar
      HearMeRoar

      I lost 35 lbs about a year ago and my weight never changed --- I started out DD then ended up DDD as an adult. UGH! 2/15 is surgery --- followed by chemo most likely, we'll see! XOXO

      over 4 years ago
    • Nancebeth's Avatar
      Nancebeth

      I was busting out of a DD and after cancer I am now a C. I had immediate reconstruction with silicone gel implants in February 2012. I needed the left one replaced in November. Although it is nice to have smaller breasts, I wish I had just gottena reduction and not cancer.

      over 4 years ago
    • HearMeRoar's Avatar
      HearMeRoar

      Amen Nancy! Just hunting for positive ways to look at things.

      over 4 years ago

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