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So....question- I am 4 yrs post op. I have always had very large 'assets' and because my mom never helped me get fitted for the right bra at the age of 10-11 when they most needed it, I've always had a serious droop (like totally southward).

Now that I'm almost to my ultimate goal, i'm looking sad and deflated, albeit still small C size.

I would love to have a serious reduction and lift, essentially to get to a small B. I know, most women would want a lift with implant, but I prefer a smaller size.

Any ideas how this will be an option, and anyone here had something similar?

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My hairdresser just had this done less than a month ago. She is about a large B/small C now and is happy with that. Her surgeon said she had enough breast tissue so she did not need implants. She did lose a lot of weight previously and had breastfed all 3 of her daughters.

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You might be surprised to find a lift is all you need... they excise extra skin in a keyhole shape and that will reduce your cup size quite a bit all by itself. I had a lift with implants and would up the exact same bra size bc the implants made up for the removed skin (that I’d been “rolling up” and tucking into my bra!

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I had a reduction and uplift - I am more happy than I ever was as I was a G cup in beginning then went down to deflated E cup and looked dreadful - I wanted the smallest I could get - He said he could do a C - But I think now I am a B 1/2 or small C - I am very happy that I did it - Even though it has been 8 years now and they are slightly deflated (age/ and a lil bit weight loss after the op)

I would do it again 1000 times over - As I love having small boobs :-) And I - Like you - Did not want implants.....

I attach two pics for you - Before....

And a week after the op.....

Good luck - I hope whatever you choose to do that you are as happy as I am with your results :-)

BoobsBefore2.jpg

BoobsArms after 1 week - 2.jpg

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