To be honest, anytime I hear the words "boob job" or "fake boobs" I always cringe a little bit. They bring about a certain imagery that I hope not to associate myself with. And yet I did choose to get breast augmentation when I was 25 and have been incredibly pleased with that decision. I think getting plastic surgery looks very different for every person and I would love to be able to share the things I've taken away from my experience almost five years later. I was mostly interested in having bigger boobs so I could feel better in lingerie in front of my husband someday I'm a virgin, so I didn't have big plans to share these babies all around town , fill out bras and shirts better, and truly feel more feminine and comfortable in my skin. I'm happy to say getting a boob job accomplished all this for me well, I'm not married yet, but I sure like how I look in pretty bras now , but there were some extra bonuses I hadn't anticipated as well:.
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But I feel like this is one of those subjects that needs to have a little conversation. Especially since there are so many young people getting plastic surgery now-a-days. I have an ass. I have hips. I started with a B cup. Not too bad right? It was weird.
Statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons show that breast augmentations were the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure in and have been for the past few years. Here, some expert plastic surgeons share what you should keep in mind before getting breast surgery. According to Melissa Doft , MD, FACS, surgery will sometimes be covered when correcting severe asymmetry due to developmental deformity or reconstruction after mastectomy or lumpectomy.
Hmmm… How do I explain this delicately? When I got pregnant the first time I had lovely little B-cups. I loved them and they loved me back. So the twins went from little to big and since I had two more children, they did it two more times!