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So I have posted my tummy and horrific eye bags and now for the boobs :)

I cant tell you how happy I am with the result. I am posting with Viamin E cream on the scars and nipples as I dont know how to cover nipples on photos. I am a complete tenchnaphobe. There are a couple of dressings on which will be removed on Thursday this week.. whooot whoot

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Three weeks out from surgery post-255457-0-86541400-1486411620_thumb.jpg

At least now when I take my bra off my boobs don't hit the floor lol

Kate

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They look fantastic, gives me some hope for mine....congratulations!!!

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They look fantastic, gives me some hope for mine....congratulations!!!

Thank you !! im going to wait a few weeks and then go and buy new lacy sexy bras with matching knickers.

I have only wanted to do that for .... ermmm 30 years..... and now I can yayyy ;)

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Gad you are healing up well! I can't say enough about how happy I am that I got my boobs done. They have served me well ever since!

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Gad you are healing up well! I can't say enough about how happy I am that I got my boobs done. They have served me well ever since!

Its weird, I feel like a teenager just having her boobs come in !! lol

With all the other stuff too, I just can't stop smiling :D

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We are close timelines. I had LBL with full TT. Breast and bum reconstruction with my own tissue I am having fun!!

Stella

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@@_Kate_ Did someone say boobs..... lol. Kate they look amazing. Your PS did a great job. At the time i did my TT i was going to do breast reduction and lift... but i was talked out of it. I guess i should be happy that they still look pretty good considering a 100lbs loss..... I started out at a 44G-H.... Now im a 34H....

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Looks great! I can't wait to have mine done. It'll be a long while though. There is a guy in Houston, Horndeski, that has a technique with no vertical scars from the nipples down. It's pretty cool. Of course, to be it won't matter where the scarring is, as long as they're in place and not sagging anymore, I'll be happier. Lol. Still going to check it out for the other techniques.

Congrats! Enjoy your new boobs.

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Looks great! I can't wait to have mine done. It'll be a long while though. There is a guy in Houston, Horndeski, that has a technique with no vertical scars from the nipples down. It's pretty cool. Of course, to be it won't matter where the scarring is, as long as they're in place and not sagging anymore, I'll be happier. Lol. Still going to check it out for the other techniques.

Congrats! Enjoy your new boobs.

Thank You ! I was worried about scaring too but my skin heals really well and my surgeon is top class. My Tummy Tuck scar has healed really well and should be a teeny silver line when I have fully recovered. Make sure you post about the other techniques as I am sure others would benifit about knowing that there are options to consider :)

Kate

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@@Kate THEY LOOK AMAZING! Why wouldn't you feel like a teenager again with the the cool new boobs! You have the boobs of a teenager!

(I don't normally talk in exclamation marks, but heck, those boobs deserve at least 2 each!! :D )

So very pleased for you. Enjoy your sexy matching lingerie shopping. You have earned it. xx

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Looks great! I can't wait to have mine done. It'll be a long while though. There is a guy in Houston, Horndeski, that has a technique with no vertical scars from the nipples down. It's pretty cool. Of course, to be it won't matter where the scarring is, as long as they're in place and not sagging anymore, I'll be happier. Lol. Still going to check it out for the other techniques.

Congrats! Enjoy your new boobs.

Thank You ! I was worried about scaring too but my skin heals really well and my surgeon is top class. My Tummy Tuck scar has healed really well and should be a teeny silver line when I have fully recovered. Make sure you post about the other techniques as I am sure others would benifit about knowing that there are options to consider :)

Kate

Will do! ;)

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@@Kate THEY LOOK AMAZING! Why wouldn't you feel like a teenager again with the the cool new boobs! You have the boobs of a teenager!

(I don't normally talk in exclamation marks, but heck, those boobs deserve at least 2 each!! :D )

So very pleased for you. Enjoy your sexy matching lingerie shopping. You have earned it. xx

That made me laugh so much lol. Thank you :P

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They look great Kate!! Again, I'm still jealous!!! :)

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