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Agree - more than half your adult life is ahead of you. And even if it was less why not be comfortable? in my mid 40’s which I am claiming until 49 incidentally. PS was for me not about being a sex symbol but literally being comfortable in my own skin. A truckload of surgery is behind me and a thigh lift to go - I would not recommend doing any of it if it is not important to you because Recovery is a real pain. As for those people well they don’t live in your skin... my spouse was aware but that was it don’t need the judgment save myself the stress!

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On 4/19/2019 at 6:41 AM, Panda333 said:

Hi everyone, I'm still preop and aged 48, I'm being optimistic that I will lose the weight and am interested in having an arm lift, breast lift, and anything else I need lifted, lol. I've seen people say why bother over age 40 you are too old no need at that ;point in your life. Yes, I will be 49 and pushing 50 and I'm not trying to be a sex symbol but I it's something I want. Am I being vain? I know my younger years are behind me.

HELL NO THATS WHEN YOU ARE AT THE SEXIEST AND MOST CONFIDENT IN YOU LIFE IM YOUR AGE AND I FEEL IM BETTER LOOKING AND BETTER AT EVERYTHING TODAY VRS 20YEARS AGO SOME MAY NOT AGREE THAT IS HOW I FEEL IF IT MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD I SAY DO IT ENJOY YOUR JOURNEY HOPE IT TURNS OUT THE WAY YOU WISH IT WILL BE

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if you want it, do it ...

i’m mid 40s and still deciding on surgery but one thing i’ve been looking at is the plastic surgery available later because i know for health reasons both physical and emotionally it’s going to be a strong likelihood. This is your life .... not anyone’s who says silly comments about being over 40 😁 wishing you well with this

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