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Old 19th September 2017, 6:03 PM   #16
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Hi Cookiesandough,

I would personally use caution around any form of surgery, particularly elective surgery. Once you cut open your body and change things, it will never be the same. Scarred tissue gets itchy etc.

The other thought is i am not sure why people want to get boob jobs? I know it is individual choice etc. i also know that in some cultures or sub cultures (sometimes it can even vary with the city you live in), there is a competitive streak among women and they see a bigger bust as increased attractiveness. It is like a form of social conditioning. And, as one poster mentioned, the $!

Then there are medical reasons, eg, your boobs are too big and need to ge reduced.

Either way, it's your body and your decision. Am curious to know why you'd like a boob job?

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Old 19th September 2017, 6:08 PM   #17
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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.
I have a friend who had a reduction. I tried to talk her out of it. I was surprised at how different she looked and how much better she said she felt.

I no longer try to give women advice about their breasts. They're yours. Do what you want with them.

Truthfully, I've been just as happy with big or small.
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Old 20th September 2017, 1:48 PM   #18
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I have a very strong point against any elective surgery: I'll explain to you why and you make your choice.

You don't know the state of your body (i.e. genetic conditions) before you alter it in some way. In my case I was doing something very simple: no surgeries, just taking birth control prescription. Well, turned that I have a mutation that increases the risk of blood clotting, I got clots in my lungs and nearly died. Fun.

Now, imagine someone like me going through elective surgery without knowing about the genetic condition. ANY surgery increases the risk of clotting disorder outbreak, the mutation increases it further, so likely result will be: pulmonary embolism (30% resulting in death). My mutation is not rare: 1 in 50 caucasian people have it. There are many others, equally if not more scary.

Well...... if this risk can be avoided with a simpler solution (VS add two sizes bra does the job if that's your goal) - WTH take the risk? If you're talking about deformity - I'm all for plastic surgery, but to add one two cup sizes... I'd not see that as a measured/justified risk.

Also, how much you weight? If you're on the lowerish end of normal BMI trust me you'd 'grow' in the boob area as you age and get chunkier (haha unless you avoid the latter but 99% of people get chunkier with age, even if keeping exactly the same weight or a bit lower because muscle mas and bone density decrease). Just hit 30 and you'll see the magic of aging...
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Old 20th September 2017, 1:52 PM   #19
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You do you but imo you're a knock out without them.
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Old 20th September 2017, 5:31 PM   #20
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Discovering it's fake boobs is like discovering it's fake diamond. I prefer small natural boobs to fake ones. Fake boobs is a big no no for me. Any plastic surgery is a turn off for me.
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It really is a personal choice and its your body.....im sure you will make the decision that makes you happy....plenty of research is my suggestion...I dont think its shallow to get cosmetic surgery...i think its shallow to get multiple cosmetic surgeries..........deb
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Old 21st September 2017, 3:10 AM   #22
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I'm a boob guy through and through. If there was such a thing, I would probably be considered an expert on boobs Here's what I think. Don't do it.

If you don't spend good money on your boob job, you might get a hack job. Even some of those porn chicks have nipples out of place and crap like that. No thanks. Like any other elective surgery, there can be health issues.

If you spend good money and get it done under the muscle, maybe they will turn out excellent. I used to date a girl that had this done and her boobs were spectacular. She never wore a bra and just walked around with perfect, non-saggy, perky boobs all the time. Very sexy.

One thing that I find sexier than medically perfected boobs is a girl that is cool with how she looks naturally. The most attractive girl I have ever been with was rocking a B cup and she was 5'8, even taller than you. When I saw her, the last thing I was thinking was that I wished she had a D cup. It just doesn't work that way. I'd take a natural woman with an A or B cup any day over fake boobs.
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Old 21st September 2017, 5:36 AM   #23
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Thank you all! I decided to go with it. I got a great doctor he's done a couple friends (whose boobies I have felt lol) and they are beautiful so I'm confident in his skill. He said I'm a good candidate and I told him I want natural and proportional I'm flirting with 400cc or 425cc under muscle but they always say between the two go larger? I put down my downpayment and I'm having them done on the 13th of oct!!!! Btw Midwest did you get my pm
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Old 21st September 2017, 5:46 AM   #24
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Hi Cookiesandough,

I would personally use caution around any form of surgery, particularly elective surgery. Once you cut open your body and change things, it will never be the same. Scarred tissue gets itchy etc.



Either way, it's your body and your decision. Am curious to know why you'd like a boob job?
Yikes. I never heard of it being itchy. Was that your experience?

I have always wanted larger breasts. I am straight but when I watch porn it's always girl with larger perky breasts + guy. Also because I am a taller chic I feel more proportional?

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If you spend good money and get it done under the muscle, maybe they will turn out excellent. I used to date a girl that had this done and her boobs were spectacular. She never wore a bra and just walked around with perfect, non-saggy, perky boobs all the time. Very sexy.
The most attractive girl I have ever been with was rocking a B cup and she was 5'8, even taller than you. When I saw her, the last thing I was thinking was that I wished she had a D cup. It just doesn't work that way. I'd take a natural woman with an A or B cup any day over fake boobs.
Thank you! Yes the consensus is guys don't like them...but the girl you dated with fake boobs.. when you squeezed them, how'd they feel in comparison? I really couldn't tell. I have a good amount of breast tissue he measured me at a B cup



I forgot to add, yes, he says you breastfeed just fine with BA. The dr I go to only does silicone (mentor) and lifetime warrantee on them

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Old 21st September 2017, 6:11 AM   #25
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Thank you! Yes the consensus is guys don't like them...but the girl you dated with fake boobs.. when you squeezed them, how'd they feel in comparison? I really couldn't tell
It's not that guys don't like them, not from an aesthetic standpoint, it's more than that. Barring deformity or something like that, I think guys see implants as a sign of vanity, like those people who hang out in the gym obsessively trying to sculpt their abs or something. Even then, that is one thing, and likely a very healthy thing, but elective surgery because you just aren't pleased with some aspect of yourself? That's different. To me, that is what I see. That, and some guys feel cheated. From push up bras, to excessive makeup, to implants, to photoshopped pics, everything about many women these days seems fake. I think most guys would be happier with a real girl, even if that real girl may see some of her traits as imperfections. To the men who care about you ladies, they aren't imperfections.

When I squeezed her boobs, I couldn't tell the difference, no. Felt totally real to me. She was in her late 20's but even with her shirt off, she just looked like she had the perfect boobs of an 18 year old girl that just suddenly developed them. Most people know they're fake though, because they're too perfect. If you really are getting them done, opt for the natural look and shape. I'm no expert on the surgery, but she said that is what she went for.

Whatever you decide, I hope you're happy with the outcome. You're one of the cooler people that post here and I hope you find what you're looking for, Cookies.
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Thank you for the information and well wishes enigma32. You are very cool too. I enjoy your perspective on things. I get what you are saying about insecurity etc: I try to be real and I'm comfortable with my body. I have no shame in it. I think if I just do this and no lip injectionS and Botox and all that (no offense to anyone who has done this, I'm sure you look beauty) It will be ok. I don't think it's a slippery slope to me because I'm not looking for perfection, just bigger knockers.

About the unnatural look, I agree with you and it's inevitable. I've had friends with naturally large boobs, and even at 18 there is just some sloping. Mainly because it not just muscle but it's soft/fatty tissue too and they don't sprout out suddenly. Inplants will be firmer not sag esp before they 'drop'.. but they might get there eventually (hopefully) I don't know. but I did ask the dr and he's into the natural look thankfully. He doesn't even do the super big ones. I'll emphasize I want natural again though

Anyway, thanks again!!
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Old 21st September 2017, 12:05 PM   #27
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I'm late to this thread as it sounds like you've already made up your mind. Personally I would recommend not doing it at this stage of your life, because your breasts will still change over time, especially if you have kids.

I understand it's really important to you personally and I think plastic surgery can be worthwhile in some cases when that is the case. But also I'm dumbfounded on why someone so attractive would want to change anything about themselves.
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Old 21st September 2017, 1:02 PM   #28
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What do you hope to accomplish by getting implants?

What is the end goal?

Feel better about yourself, or attract more men, or?

Think hard about what the goal is, and the likely hood that getting surgery will help you reach that goal.

My sister? Her breasts look great - yet she still struggles with self acceptance.
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Old 21st September 2017, 4:26 PM   #29
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What do you hope to accomplish by getting implants?

What is the end goal?

Feel better about yourself, or attract more men, or?

Think hard about what the goal is, and the likely hood that getting surgery will help you reach that goal.

My sister? Her breasts look great - yet she still struggles with self acceptance.
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I'm late to this thread as it sounds like you've already made up your mind. Personally I would recommend not doing it at this stage of your life, because your breasts will still change over time, especially if you have kids.

I understand it's really important to you personally and I think plastic surgery can be worthwhile in some cases when that is the case. But also I'm dumbfounded on why someone so attractive would want to change anything about themselves.
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I have a very strong point against any elective surgery: I'll explain to you why and you make your choice.

You don't know the state of your body (i.e. genetic conditions) before you alter it in some way. In my case I was doing something very simple: no surgeries, just taking birth control prescription. Well, turned that I have a mutation that increases the risk of blood clotting, I got clots in my lungs and nearly died. Fun.

Now, imagine someone like me going through elective surgery without knowing about the genetic condition. ANY surgery increases the risk of clotting disorder outbreak, the mutation increases it further, so likely result will be: pulmonary embolism (30% resulting in death). My mutation is not rare: 1 in 50 caucasian people have it. There are many others, equally if not more scary.

Well...... if this risk can be avoided with a simpler solution (VS add two sizes bra does the job if that's your goal) - WTH take the risk? If you're talking about deformity - I'm all for plastic surgery, but to add one two cup sizes... I'd not see that as a measured/justified risk.

Also, how much you weight? If you're on the lowerish end of normal BMI trust me you'd 'grow' in the boob area as you age and get chunkier (haha unless you avoid the latter but 99% of people get chunkier with age, even if keeping exactly the same weight or a bit lower because muscle mas and bone density decrease). Just hit 30 and you'll see the magic of aging...
Thank you so much, guys. No_Go!!! I'm so glad you're ok. The risks are scary. The doc said it is true you do get more breast tissue with age. I thought the reverse. I am 120lb, but I doubt if I gained weight it would all go to my boobs. Though wouldn't that be great ha..My mom is thin and flat chested..always has been (Asian) My dad's side of the family is tall and BIG BOOBS. I got some of the height from that side, but hardly any of the boob. wtf, genetics.

RC, it is something to ponder. I guess if I was completely secure with my body I wouldn't have the thought, but I think I appreciate the aesthetic of larger breasts. I wear a lightly padded pushup, but there is lots of clothing I like to wear and have larger breasts. A backless dress or top, for example. Triangle swimsuit tops. I will be so excited that I could even go without a bra and have large breasts.

I told them I want the surgery ASAP because then I can heal over the winter (thought it doesn't take that long) and be ready to let the girls out in the spring unless I start dating someone before that.


I also wonder how future partners will appreciate my breasts. My ex bf told me that he preferred smaller breasts. I'm worried I will stop attracting guys I like (quiet, kind of modest introverted men) and attract...I don't know...something scary. I worry ppl will view me as superficial or vain... (I'm neither, just an aesthete) It'll be interesting to see, regardless.
You mean your sister still struggles with acceptance over her breasts or her body in general?

I really appreciate your guys' help and concern because this is a very serious life decision. I have thought about it so long and I think I need to stop thinking and just do. The amount I think about stuff has never been beneficial to me
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Old 21st September 2017, 4:46 PM   #30
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I personally don't see the appeal of big boobs. I have natural E sups and they are a pain. I need to buy tops 2 sizes bigger to have them fit. I can't zip up my leather jackets :| I even considered the reduction.

But..men love them All exes tell me it's their favorite body part on me.

I actually wear minimizer bras now that I have lost interested in dating.
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