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I have a really good friend that's in her early 60's that had breast implants when she was in her 20s, they doctor made them way too big, not even sure the size, but bigger than a D that's for sure. Now that she's older, she feels awkward that her boobs are so perky while other people her age are sagging :P Good thing surgeons are better these days and don't pick the size themselves.


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I was recently seeing a girl who'd had her breasts augmented, apparently they weren't a good shape. They felt very real, and she claimed her confidence doubled after she got them altered. I'm not sure they were enlarged much, just brought higher up.

I don't doubt that a bit. It makes a difference when one is used to smaller tissue there. It is suddenly very feminine and one feels wonderful. At least that was my experience. Did she seem self-confident?


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I just got my boobs done a few days ago and the results are amazing. It only cost $6000. I don't regret it for one minute. I love them. I can go out and wear cute little shirts that show cleavage without a bra! Anyone else on here have implants?

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Well, you know what...think whatever you want to think. We can go back and forth about the reasons why women want to change their breasts, whether its influenced my society or not. I didnt degrade small breasts. I dont know how I wouldve come across sounding like I was because what I was simply stating is that I myself dont feel confident with my own and because I would feel more confident if they were bigger, which is my own personal preference. And when I say bigger, its not the kind of bigger that is portrayed by the media. I am only aiming for minimal increase, like from A to B even, and I would be happy. So implants are the only way to achieve it, no matter how small or big of a change. Some people assume when someone wants implants that they are automatically aiming to achieve huge knockers. Well thats not me, and what I described what I wanted just not is not something that the media pushes either. The media doesnt portray B's as being a well endowed breast size that everyone gets implants to achieve these days. Usually they are B's or C's going larger. Well, let me tell you...Im 25 years old and I feel bad when I see even teenagers that look my age and I look there age, because I have NOTHING THERE and I dont feel good about it! Every little girl wonders when they are going to have breasts, well I wondered for too long!

Sorry if thats dramatic, but thats my feelings.


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sigh. i would really love it if mine could be fuller...some of you are saying the implants can be so small they can't be felt if its just a minor change. This would make me happy i think if i could do it. I am fine with the size per se, i just don't feel they are as full as i'd like them to be. How the hell i can be a D cup but not feel that they're "full" is beyond me but maybe someday if i can convince my boyfriend that it would NOT make me the antichrist to get them done i'll consider it. I would love to feel like i'm fuller up top. for certain outfits! (especially strapless stuff where i feel like if i was fuller i'd fit it better.

I wonder if they can work fullnes around a small ribcage?

anyways i ramble. but thats my 2 cents. And for the record i'm not "giving in" to a boyfriend, he's going to be my husband as while we're not engaged we have plans to do so, therefore the boobs are something he is going to have bo be comfortable with too and also the money involved in making them fuller should i choose.


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My fiance does NOT want me to get implants. :rolleyes: I'm 5'4", 12lbs, A cup. I'd like to be a B. What a weirdo!


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I find it unbelievably annoying when people go on anti-cosmetic surgery rants. Seems a very simple issue to me: if you don't approve of breast implants, by all means don't get them. But don't presume that you can get inside the head of someone who wants them ..... and please, spare us the sermon ..... we can think for ourselves.


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I'm not a fan of implants personally. :P As long as they aren't the size of watermelons, I can deal with it.

I'm 5'4", 12lbs, A cup.

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lol! I meant 120lbs. :razz:


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I actually went in for a consultation once but chickened out. I didn't want to go into so much debt for one and was afraid I would look weird. I still might do it one day.

One thing I like about the PS I saw, who specialized in breasts, lol, btw. He actually reduces nipples while he is doing it to remove tissue, reduce the nipple size and give the breasts more lift.

I don't want to critisize, but too large of nipples plus the big boobs is almost scary lookin to me. :shock:

I was also concerned that at my height : 5'4" and around 135 lbs presently, it might make me look curvy or heavier.

However, if I had 6000.00 handy, I would do it....


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I think having bigger boobs would make my waist look smaller. And would give proprtion to my body considering I have a great round firm ass. :D


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I have been thinking about it for a long time. I currently am between a 34F/FF, i'm a big girl 5'10 and pretty big built not fat but i have a large frame i guess. I find that having boobs this sixe makes me look much bigger and i have to go careful what i wear to make sure i don't look slutty/fat mixed with being so tall it is ghard toget clothes that fit right and i'm pretty distressed about having children incase they get any bigger and when i get older and they get saggy.

I wanted for a long time a reduction to a D/DD so i still had big boobs but so they would be easier to 'carry' having said that I know an F or FF sounds huge but on my frame and with my height they look like DD's on a petite person. I think a C would be too small for me especially after being used to these.

However all this is just dreams as I can't afford surgery and decided i'll just get it when they are saggy.

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I think having bigger boobs would make my waist look smaller. And would give proprtion to my body considering I have a great round firm ass. :D

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I have been thinking about it for a long time. I currently am between a 34F/FF, i'm a big girl 5'10 and pretty big built not fat but i have a large frame i guess.

Back because I had to stop using BP because it suddenly caused what seems to be an allergic reaction. Looking to figure this out.


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I have been thinking about it for a long time. I currently am between a 34F/FF, i'm a big girl 5'10 and pretty big built not fat but i have a large frame i guess.

When I first read that I thought you meant you wanted breast implants and I was thinking, "Whoa! Somebody who thinks F/FF is too small and wants implants!" :shock:

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i have to say i lucked out in this department.....for once lol...i love my 36c's....but would love to have my nose done....i think plastic surgery is great as long as you dont over do it...like this lady what was she thinking http://static.flickr.com/6/8716497_3b19ed5a0e_m.jpg


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I dont like how one boob is bigger than the other but I still wouldnt do it.

Mine are the same. I wish they could suck the fat out of my ass and inject into my smaller boob to even them out!


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i have experienced breast implant myself and i am very happy with my looks now but the thing which is important is that you must have to select well qualified and experienced surgeon so that you don't face any problem in future breast Implant houston

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some photos???


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I'm a 32C. I'm also 6 feet tall and very thin. I used to want my bust doing but now I'm just happy enough to be me. I'm trying to worry less about myself as a woman and focus more on myself as a person.


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I simply don't care enough to even consider getting them, even if I had small boobs I wouldn't be bothered.

I'm 5'4 and have a pair of 32C's

It's not a topic that comes up often in a conversation, but I don't think I've spoken to a guy before who prefers fake boobs over real ones. I think the overwhelming majority prefer natural breasts.

I'm not saying women get them to impress men, but I think the only reason in the first place is that we are told from an early age that being feminine is the most important job for us, and we should always strive to 'improve' our looks. I have no problem with women who get breast implants, it's just that plastic surgery isn't something I care for, personally


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If I was a woman the idea wouldn't appeal to me in the slightest. Implants? Come on. It's odd. It doesn't give you what you want. It just creates an illusion.

I can see how some women might get some kind of psychological issue when they aren't "blessed" with large breasts...but honestly less in size does not mean less appealing automatically (I'm assuming it's a sex related issue that women have when their small breast size bothers them). Everyone has a different build; it's not so that everyone will necessarily look better or be sexier when their breasts are larger. O _ o

I've seen only a few boob jobs that looked natural and great. Most of the time I think it's maybe not the best decision that that person has made.

And for the record, small boobs rock! But so do "big boobies". :lol: I sound like a kid. :ermm: Anyway, I'd post pictures of good examples to illustrate a point but there is the whole stupid NSFW thing. :rolleyes:

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I'm planning to get mine done in about a year. I'm 5"1 105 pounds and a 32A (I'm slightly pear shaped oompf.gif ).

32B or 32C (max!) is what I'm going for. I think many girls just rush through with breast implants (and other procedures too) without doing all of their research. This will of course probably lead to a bad job which would in turn make all plastic surgery look bad when in fact there are many who spend years waiting and researching with natural and fantastic results.

Yes there are those who go to extremes and of course it is those stories that we hear of (media!) but that's not the case for the majority of patients. So please don't lump us in with people like that and assume that breast implants are "nasty" or "fake" looking.

At the end of the day you don't know us and we don't know you... So why does it matter what we do?

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