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13 Women With Fake Boobs Share How Satisfied They Are

13 Women With Fake Boobs Share How Satisfied They Are: Twitter, @CourtneyStodden

Twitter, @CourtneyStodden

Ah, boobs. If they aren’t the universe’s greatest achievement then I don’t know what is. Real or fake, men don’t seem to mind too much as long as you are letting us see or touch them, but how do women feel about them? More importantly, how do women who have fake ones feel about them? Find out below!


1. ADVERSE REACTIONS

They made me very sick. My body attacked them and my autoimmune system went totally out of whack. After six months of pain, I asked my plastic surgeon to remove them. She refused and said that my breasts would be “ugly and saggy” and prescribed me some Vicodin. I ran out crying. It took me another year to get them removed because every other surgeon I approached for help was convinced that I would regret removing them.

2. JOB WELL DONE

I did actually just over a month ago and am completely satisfied. They fit my body quite well and are “settling in” quite nicely.

3. TOOK A LITTLE RECOVERY TIME

I think honestly my surgeon did a wonderful job. It took about 3 weeks or more for the saline implants to look normal and let the bruises disappear as well as the swelling. I also could not wear any type of bra during that three-week process. I’m still getting used to the fact that guys look at me differently now. But it’s not a bad different.

4. IT’S NOT A ONE-AND-DONE PROCESS

There is one thing I would like to tell people who are considering a breast augmentation. The implants themselves don’t harden over time but the scar tissue that naturally forms around the implant can cause the breast to look hard. This may cause a need for additional surgeries namely the removal of the capsule. Some people don’t realize that having implants may also result in necessary surgery about every 10 years or so, depending on the healing process of the individual.

5. THEY JUST KIND OF SIT THERE

I had implants for 7 years. If small boobs are not something that makes your life absolutely miserable, it’s just not worth it. Not only the upfront cost, but what if you have a rupture or capsular contracture later down the road? You have to pay five grand for surgery just sitting around at all times or walk around deformed until you get the money should there be any problems. I started out a small B. I told the doctor I wanted to be a full C. I got 350cc implants on his suggestion. I ended up a DD and I’m a small woman. They got in the way of everything. I wore 2 sports bras sometimes just to get them to fit in my clothes or when I went running to control them. They lost all feeling (which is common). I couldn’t stand to have them touched or licked because you feel the pressure but not the skin sensation and it’s creepy. When I had them removed they went back to pretty much what they were before except the feeling didn’t completely return. But at least now it’s not awkward to have them fondled. And no more back and neck pain!

6. MAKES MEDICAL PROCEDURES MORE DIFFICULT

One thing you should keep in mind is that getting a mammogram is more challenging after a boob job. There are a couple of extra views that need to be done. Plus the implant can make breast lesions more difficult to spot. If you have a family history of breast cancer, you might not want to get implants.

7. MIXED REACTIONS

I personally know 3 people in my life who have had implants. My sister-in-law who is happy with hers, except for the fact that they are about 10 years old now and she needs to have them redone (she only went up about one size), a good friend of mine who went from a B to a D and wants to get a reduction, she hates them, and a friend who I have known for 20 years who now has fibromyalgia and thinks it was caused by the implants.

8. HAVING A BABY’S AN ALTERNATIVE

Breastfeeding is extremely important and it can be much more difficult with implants. Also, you can grow a significant amount of breast tissue when you get pregnant and breastfeed, so you might get that increase naturally! (I’m already big and I grew a permanent cup size).

9. CAN BE LIFE CHANGING

I went from a 34A to a 34DD, and it was the best decision I ever made. Post-surgical recovery was very painful (I got them under the muscle) but I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. For the first time in my adult life I feel comfortable wearing a bikini at the beach. I don’t miss my smaller chest even a little bit!

10. SOMETIMES YOU’RE THE ONLY ONE WHO KNOWS

I got mine done around 8 years ago. I was barely an A cup and I did not like their shape. I am a small-mid sized C cup now. They look completely natural. No one can tell they are fake because they don’t look OR feel fake and my scars are in my armpits.

11. REAL (WELL, TECHNICALLY FAKE) CONFIDENCE BOOSTER

I got my mammary upgrades ten years ago and it was by far, the greatest decision that I’ve ever made. Seriously. Most of the time, I forget they’re even fake. And most people that get to grab or take a peak at them don’t believe that they’re not original equipment until they get an up-close look at my scars (which turned out really faint, much to my surprise because my olive skin scars like a motherfucker). If you have the money, do it. The amount that my luscious implants have improved my self-confidence is immeasurable.

12. IT’S ALL ABOUT HAPPINESS

As long as you are doing it to make yourself happy, why not? Take different boobs sizes for a trial run with padded bras and take sports, clothing styles and your general lifestyle in account before you make a decision on how large to go. As an overly endowed woman, I can tell you bigger is NOT necessarily better.

13. DO YOUR RESEARCH

The doctor you choose plays a huge factor in your overall experience. Researched breast augmentation and looked at doctors for around 3 years. Chose a very experienced doc in Oklahoma City, and paid around $4000. I have seen $3,000 boobs that looked amazing, and $10,000 boobs that looked terrible. It all depends on the surgeon and your body type.


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