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If I wasnt terrified I would get a breast lift after I was for sure done having children. I have always had saggy breasts even before children. It was so embarrassing in school, my mom went out of her way to get me really supportive bras so I wouldnt be embarrassed. But I am terrified of surgery so its out of the question.
I'd love a breast reduction and lift once all done having kids. But, I'm also nervous of it. Other than that, plastic surgery on my face or such just for cosmetic reasons - I wouldn't do. I'd only do plastic surgery if for some reason I really needed it because of an accident/incident that caused me to need it.
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After I'm done having kids and have lost all the weight I want to lose, I'd like to get a breast lift and all the loose skin I'll have everywhere fixed. But it's not something I think is worth me spending the money on for myself and I'm terrified of surgery so it's never gonna happen. I'm just going to work on loving the body I have and appreciating the way it looks. Me and dh are the only people seeing me naked anyways and he'll love me no matter what I look like so I'm ok with some saggy boobs and skin.
If I had an accident or something, i'd consider it for my face but that's it really.
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I think that as long as you're doing it for yourself and not for someone else/society or to improve the quality of your life then I'm all for it. I considered it for myself twice several years ago (breast implants and a nose job). I even went as far to book and go to consults but I ultimately decided against it because I was doing it for the wrong reasons. I wasn't doing it to make me happy. However I know who I would go to if I ever decided to get implants!
I think if it was something that really bothered me I might consider it. The only thing I really dislike is my saggy skin on my stomach. BUT, it went away for the most part when I was 12 lbs lighter so what I really need to do is lose that weight again exercise and eat better, so I don't think surgery is the answer for me.
Yep! I'm working on meeting insurance requirements right now so I can get a breast reduction. Part of me can't wait the other part is nervous about the thousand different things that could go wrong. But oh to be able to walk into any store and buy a bra! Or actually fit in lingerie!