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I was always heavier on the bottom but I have now evened out. My legs and butt are alot smaller and I am in proportion with the loss.

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I am small on the lower half now before surgery. Where, how, and when should/ would I begin to research the butt topic? I have never had a back end and when I loose this weight its going bye bye. This is sometime I have always wanted all of my life. I would appreciate some help if you know of some procedures that could help me.

I saw on Youtube; a woman with butt implants that wasn't done right and could she flip them around it horrified me so bad. I just thought that I would be "Butt-less in Minnesota". I rather have no butt than to risk that. LOL, LOL LOL.

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I am pre-op but this is my experience when I lost weight previously after having my daughter. I have always been bottom heavy. At 5 1.5 inches and 120lbs, I was called "fat" because any extra weight I carried was in my butt. I had scrawny shoulders, no bust, no belly. When I delivered my daughter, I was about 185. Losing the baby weight was a struggle, took about 18 months. I never lost it all but got down to 130. What I did do was a lot of upper body Nautilis as well as leg work. I still had strong legs and a big butt but by building up my shoulders and chest muscles, I was more proportioned. I was wearing an 8 then. I'd love to get to about 120 post op but I'll be thrilled if I hit 130 again; I have lost a half an inch due to herniated discs.

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Building up your lower half isn't hard. Do lunges, leg presses. Any exercise that is designed to "tone" a butt and thighs will also build muscle there as well.

I am small on the lower half now before surgery. Where, how, and when should/ would I begin to research the butt topic? I have never had a back end and when I loose this weight its going bye bye. This is sometime I have always wanted all of my life. I would appreciate some help if you know of some procedures that could help me.

I saw on Youtube; a woman with butt implants that wasn't done right and could she flip them around it horrified me so bad. I just thought that I would be "Butt-less in Minnesota". I rather have no butt than to risk that. LOL, LOL LOL.

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I got junk in the trunk as well. Lol. I'm shaped like Chaka khan. We are about the same height. Always been hour glass shaped even @ 299 lbs. I just embrace it!

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I'm preop and I'm praying that I don't lose my butt. I don't want to look disproportionate (which I think you are referring to) but I would like to have the coke bottle shape. If my belly goes it will be awesome but then again its look like a bag of laundry or be thinner and healthier.

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They say women gain from the bottom up and lose from the top down! Lol

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From my previous weight loss experience to build my buttock I would do squats, lunges, & walk the treadmill at a 10% incline. I was dating my husband at the time. So, I'd say it worked! ;-)

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I'm curious as to how I shall look when I get smaller. I am currently preop but I have very little tummy (I'm 275) so I am def bottom heavy. I am going to do lots of squats to maintain the booty.

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I had a big booty and small waste pre op... Now at 107lbs... I still have a big booty and no waste!!

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