Hello Girls, Ladies, Women!!!
I know this is like the serious topic but many of people are confused about the breast implants Melbourne surgery, and I am here to write and answer what are the problems or issues you are facing or I faced…
People asked me to write an update on my breast augmentation Melbourne surgery, since it’s been almost 3 years since I’ve had them and has tons of questions related to going back to work after surgery, also for the pregnancy, breastfeeding and so many things!!!
On August 2015, I have undergone the surgery and it is my original story and you know I went from the large A to small cup CC. A TON has changed over the years, but I am still satisfied with them and with the decision I made.
First of all, you may have one question,
Why did I Prefer the Implant?
I chose to get breast implants after my weight loss. Because, weight loss left me with loose, loose, breasts and I wanted some tight and curves back to my body.
And for that, my doctor told me these things to do.
- After the breast implant or augmentation surgery, I have to rest more than the usual because it is a major trauma for the body.
- I don’t have permission to do any upper body exercise for almost two weeks.
That was it. Apart from that, he told me: if it feels weird, do not do it; if it feels good, do not worry about that.
Now Coming on the Problems Regarding the Breastfeeding and Pregnancy,
Ok… So now in breastfeeding and implants. When it came to receiving implants, I was not worried at all, and my surgeon says that would not affect my ability to do breastfeeding. I spoke specifically so many doctors about this and they all told me that if I went under the armpit and muscle then I would be ready, and then…
Although I am entering the second delivery with the baby and, I am still breastfeeding my small child.
- The breast looks more natural than ever and also I feel good.
- They are not so round, but softer than that and I love them.
- They are cheerful and they look great.
- I would say that pregnancy and lactation help me.
I felt pain as well when it was healing and I won’t tell you to lie. I remembered the experience of the continuous pain for at least a month and one day it was disappeared. And, finally, about six months after the operation, they began to look better.
I did not do any exercise till 12 weeks after surgery and after 2-3 days I able to work. It took quite a while for my chest to feel normal.Now I can do any type of exercise without any pain, discomfort or strange feelings. I will not recommend doing exercise immediately but still, I am not a breast implants Melbourne doctor, so ask your doctor first and spoke them specifically the main surgeon…