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Old 17th September 2017, 8:58 AM   #1
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Would like to know opinions on breast augmentation surgery a.k.a. boob job ? I've entertained the thought most of my adult life. Surprisingly, not for a man. I don't really get laid, so that's never been a problem.

I'm kind of worried about the unnecessary risk that comes with all elective surgeries, but more worried risk of also looking shallow? Also, I have heard from some men that while they are aesthetically pleasing particularly under clothes, they tend to have less bounce and when you squeeze them they feel overfilled water balloons. That sounds fascinating and scary at the same time.

Still, part of me wants them. It's the product of being a 90s porn kid. I remember the first porn I saw was this girl with bolt ons, and thinking 'I want that' Of course I wouldn't do that now. I'd want to err on the side of natural. But I am pretty tall and thin and think I'd look more porportional with a cup size or 2 larger.

What are your thoughts on boob jobs?
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Old 17th September 2017, 9:04 AM   #2
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I have one. If you go silicone under the muscle, they won't look like balloons. I dated a couple of guys who were shocked to find out; they are that 'real'.

The first 24 hours is pretty painful if you go under muscle. I was back at work in a week.

If you want it for yourself, go for it. I did. The risks are the same as with almost any other surgery. Research your plastic surgeon and operating facility to death. Don't do a Joan Rivers.

Pm me if you want more personal info. Good luck!

ETA: I had it done 16 years ago. No problems yet, knock on wood.
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Old 17th September 2017, 9:20 AM   #3
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Old 17th September 2017, 9:56 AM   #4
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You asked if others will think you're shallow. I don't know how others could tell if you've had one or not. I don't really notice a woman's chest size unless it would be a huge difference in size. Also, since lots of people choose to wear a padded bra if I did happen to notice someone looking larger I wouldn't immediately suspect a boob job.

I say if you've always wanted one, go for it!
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Old 17th September 2017, 11:04 AM   #5
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It's your body, so you should do what you want to do. But make sure you educate yourself on the risks and pick a reputable surgeon (no traveling to developing countries for cheap ones!!).

Personally it's not something I've ever wanted to do, and I have Asian boobs. I guess I'm just not a fan of surgery that serves a purely aesthetic reason.
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Old 17th September 2017, 1:19 PM   #6
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I work in the medical field and I've heard my share of horror stories. Everything from contractures, infections, undetected breast cancer due to implants, etc.

In the long run they will not make you feel more confident about yourself. You have to do that another way like counseling. Compare yourself to yourself.

Personally, I'd rather go on two very nice vacations. Oh, and many women have to get replacement boobs after a number of years. So it may not be a one and done surgery. Childbirth, age, etc. also change the way your implants looks. I've seen lots and lots of breasts during my life due to my job.

I thought very strongly about doing it in my mid-twenties because I have very small breasts. However, it didn't affect dating one bit. And padded bras made wearing shirts easier. And now padded bathing suits.
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Old 17th September 2017, 1:35 PM   #7
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The ones I've seen that are obviously fake nauseated me. There are a lot more guys who don't care how natrural they look and are happy just to have bigger breasts in front of them even if the nipples have been redirected skyward.

I don't mind a nice rack, but I've always been happy with A or B cups on thinner women. I've always been more of an ass man

I would seriously look at your reasons for getting them. How tall are you? What cup size are you now?

I'm all for plastic surgery once they make it look like you didn't get plastic surgery.
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Old 17th September 2017, 1:41 PM   #8
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Yes Submart I am really worried about that stuff but nipp... redirected inward......? .does that really happen....I am 5'6 and b cup I would like large c or D cup . I guess it's a fine size I just always wanted bigger but I'm scared of them looking fake too. That's always been what stops me
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If you are active consider the repercussions....

Personally I love my tiny tits (A/B cup) they never cause me any discomfort, I can run without a bra (and horse back ride comfortably), I have zero sag, I can sleep comfortably in any position, it's easy to fit clothes, if I want "more" I can wear a padded bra, breast exams are some simple fondling (no mamagram smashing).

Very happy that I learned to accept my body, and men tell me they like my tiny tit's and cute little nipples

My sister got an under muscle boob job. The pain she was in post surgery scared me straight, no F'ing way would I volunteer for that.... And she has already had a re-do.
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Old 17th September 2017, 5:41 PM   #10
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Yes Submart I am really worried about that stuff but nipp... redirected inward......? .does that really happen....I am 5'6 and b cup I would like large c or D cup . I guess it's a fine size I just always wanted bigger but I'm scared of them looking fake too. That's always been what stops me
That's just it. You don't know how your body going to respond even if you are in perfect health otherwise. Surgery in and of itself is risky. There are many people who have no issues. However, many have issues immediately or down the road. Is the risk worth it?

Examine the reasons you want to get this done. Most women don't naturally have big boobs. Period. We have media and society to thank for implying women should have big boobs. And their boobs.

Besides, what if you get them and think they look fake? And I can always tell a fake pair when the bra is removed. I've never touched anyone's boobs fake or otherwise, but rumor has it that they (fake boobs) are hard.
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Old 17th September 2017, 5:43 PM   #11
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Think of the practicalities.

Mine are real. And an E cup. I cannot find clothes which fit properly and am largely limited to either stretch fabrics or making my own. I'd drops sizes tomorrow if I had the choice.
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I have a question, do BJs affect lactation, i.e. can a woman still breast feed after surgery?
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Old 19th September 2017, 4:42 PM   #13
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You do you, but I love my small breasts and wouldn't change them for anything.
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Old 19th September 2017, 4:52 PM   #14
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I have a question, do BJs affect lactation, i.e. can a woman still breast feed after surgery?
I don't know the answer to this question, but it's definitely something that should be looked into if you think you might want to breastfeed some day! In my humble (and admittedly naturally large breasted) opinion, a boob job would not be worth losing the ability to bond with a baby that way. (And, also, if you are considering being a mom someday and breastfeeding, save the boob job until after all that because many women experience a decrease in size).

I have a few friends with boob jobs and none of them look fake. They all got them because they were VERY flat chested and felt self conscious, or in one case, one of hers never developed during puberty so she only has one to even it out. If they are proportional to your body, I don't think you can tell just by looking.

Large breasts are overrated, though. Especially in hot weather. I'd much rather have smaller breasts.
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Old 19th September 2017, 4:59 PM   #15
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My sister was able to breast feed post boob job.

But it ruined how they looked.

So - she got another boob job (luckily her husband is loaded and can afford these elective surgeries)
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