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Old 26th September 2017, 4:20 PM   #46
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Cookies, if by profile, you mean teardrop shaped, etc., I guess mine were pretty simple. Round, I think they're called. Smooth round.

Yes, they do sit up really high at first. Basically approaching your collarbone (only slightly exaggerated). A lot of that is swelling. I don't recall exactly how long it took for them to settle completely. But yea, later they take on a normal boob shape and less like three loaves of bread stuffed into one baking pan.

Go back and do the try on in a proper bra. It's not fair to boobies to smush them in a sports bra! They should really send you to a high end shop that does this sort of thing.

As for size, you're treading that fine line between staying perky and being able to run around braless, and needing to contain them for support. My back is mess, but it's not because of them. The weight is really nothing compared to women who have to have a reduction, which is, btw, one of more bloody, nasty surgeries I've ever had to assist on. Yuck, so sad. If you want an idea what it will be like, fill baggies with 450cc water and stuff a bra.

I wouldn't normally tell someone this, but if money is no object, it would be better to go small and increase later, if you really feel it's necessary.

I like 400 for you, don't ask me why. Good luck, keep us posted!
Going with 400! I had a talk with the doctor today and he's like "400 is pushing it for you." You are right. That's my magic number. A little over 2 weeks Will update. Thank you!!!
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Old 26th September 2017, 5:03 PM   #47
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I happen to love boobs, but not the grossly faked ones, boob jobs as they are called. Some are plain terrible, or the surgery has gone wrong in some way, not the woman's fault.

Do whatever you want, cookies, your breast, your body. Be aware of potential issues in the long run.

And I'd like to add that it's unfair we guys cannot get surgery for 9 inches willies.

That. Is. All.
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Old 16th October 2017, 10:56 AM   #48
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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
Hey, cookie!

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Old 16th October 2017, 1:20 PM   #49
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Hey, cookie!

So?
I decided that maybe I will not get a boob job!!! I'm too scared to do something surgically invasive to alter my body. I am such a coward! I told the doctor hold up and postponed it (I have 11 months to change my mind with my deposit) Thanks for all your help, Midwest. Everybody. Will update if/when things change
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You aren't a coward! Deciding to take that kind of risk for an elective surgery is a big deal.

I for one am very glad you put this off. You have to KNOW that this is right for you - will full confidence and look hard as to why you want it.
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I decided that maybe I will not get a boob job!!! I'm too scared to do something surgically invasive to alter my body. I am such a coward! I told the doctor hold up and postponed it (I have 11 months to change my mind with my deposit) Thanks for all your help, Midwest. Everybody. Will update if/when things change
You're not a coward . I don't think you even needed one anyway if that one pic of you with the tatas is any indication! You look great just the way you are.
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Given that you have another current thread called "No self-confidence," I think it's a wise move that you are electing not to have this surgery right now.

I'm not against these procedures, but when the person getting them has self-image issues, I think it becomes a slippery slope. A new rack isn't going to fix deeply rooted self-esteem issues, and thus, further procedures then become enticing because then "maybe new/better ___ will make me feel good about myself."
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Old 16th October 2017, 2:58 PM   #53
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I decided that maybe I will not get a boob job!!! I'm too scared to do something surgically invasive to alter my body. I am such a coward! I told the doctor hold up and postponed it (I have 11 months to change my mind with my deposit) Thanks for all your help, Midwest. Everybody. Will update if/when things change
Glad to hear this.
I think it was an external solution to an internal problem.

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thank you guys!!! by confidence, I more meant something pertaining to my personality. My appearance OK....I never believed a boob job will help me in my dating life. I mostly wanted them because I liked them since I saw them in that porno

and thanks for the nice words, that's incredibly kind!!!
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Old 16th October 2017, 10:50 PM   #55
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thank you guys!!! by confidence, I more meant something pertaining to my personality. My appearance OK....I never believed a boob job will help me in my dating life. I mostly wanted them because I liked them since I saw them in that porno

and thanks for the nice words, that's incredibly kind!!!
No matter what you decide, giving this decision more thought is a wise move. Feel free to re-read my thoughts on the issue.
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I would never do it, personally.
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No matter what you decide, giving this decision more thought is a wise move. Feel free to re-read my thoughts on the issue.
Thanks enig, Your post was very helpful and explains a lot of why I do not want to get them even though I have really wanted them at times and why I made this thread. I was worried they might actually DECREASE my dating options, especially if something goes amuck. I know there is a small stigma against them for some people and I heard someone say there is a different feel(Glad to hear this is totally not the case). But regardless, my rack has been plenty sufficient and guys who are my type seem to prefer smaller bust (e.g. my bf liked flatter than me!) I understand if you are an A wanting to go much bigger, but at a B..pretty much C, it's just not worth it for me.

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Thanks enig, Your post was very helpful and explains a lot of why I do not want to get them even though I have really wanted them at times and why I made this thread. I was worried they might actually DECREASE my dating options, especially if something goes amuck. I know there is a small stigma against them for some people and I heard someone say there is a different feel(Glad to hear this is totally not the case). But regardless, my rack has been plenty sufficient and guys who are my type seem to prefer smaller bust (e.g. my bf liked flatter than me!) I understand if you are an A wanting to go much bigger, but at a B..pretty much C, it's just not worth it for me.

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Glad you decided not to do the surgery. Girls with small breasts are beautiful! You are definitely right that if you enlarged them, you would reduce your dating pool. By your description of yourself, you don't sound small but about average instead. That's a good thing! Besides, large breasts are overrated. Mine are natural and I dislike them and I wish they were smaller. It just gets inconvenient at times.
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Old 18th October 2017, 8:22 PM   #59
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Thanks enig, Your post was very helpful and explains a lot of why I do not want to get them even though I have really wanted them at times and why I made this thread. I was worried they might actually DECREASE my dating options, especially if something goes amuck. I know there is a small stigma against them for some people and I heard someone say there is a different feel(Glad to hear this is totally not the case). But regardless, my rack has been plenty sufficient and guys who are my type seem to prefer smaller bust (e.g. my bf liked flatter than me!) I understand if you are an A wanting to go much bigger, but at a B..pretty much C, it's just not worth it for me.

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Glad I can help. That's the only reason I still comment here. I'm not sure if it would reduce your dating pool overall, but I do believe the kind of people you'd attract would be affected, possibly for the worse. As a self confessed breast man, I wouldn't turn a girl down because she had implants or anything, but I would be concerned about any self esteem issues she had that made her think she required them.

In my experience, the best women to date are down to Earth. Not low self esteem, but not overly confident.
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Always a risk with any surgical procedure.


I've seen both terribly fake ones, and perfect ones that fooled me. My input doesn't help any, but I'm trying to say I understand your indecision.
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