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Post by lisa90 on 5th February 2013, 10:25 am

Hey ladies,

Not been on for a while just need some advice!

I had my breast augmentation nearly 6 months ago now as they have healed I feel like one breast has gotten quite a bit smaller than the other one and it is noticeable as when wearing a bra one is so much fuller at the top than the other. I no it can take a year for them to settle but size isn't going to change at his point.

I got my breasts augmentation on the nhs and just wondered if anyone had been given revision surgery or if this is out of the question? As in not sure where I stand with the nhs on this?

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Post by COOKIE on 5th February 2013, 10:50 am

It is possible to get a re-op done on the NHS hun but there would need to be good cause.

Its not possible for your boobs to shrink hun... The only thing I can think of is that your boobs are possibly still dropping and as they do it is not at all unusual to have that feeling of them shrinking when infact all that is actually happened is you lost the upper pole that you have at first after having a BA. As your breast drops drops and you start to lose that upper pole it then fills out the lower pole. As this occurs many women miss that upper pole fullness and mistake that for breasts shrinking. Breasts can take up to a whole year to fully heal.

If they were even and have just suddenly changed, do you think the breast that's fuller up top may have risen at all? Xx

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Post by lisa90 on 5th February 2013, 11:00 am

Hi cookie

They had both dropped and where looking good but the smaller side seems to have lost all the volume up top I was just looking at pictures of bottoming out breasts and my smaller one looks quite similar to that its like a slope towards my nipple and just empty at the top

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Post by COOKIE on 5th February 2013, 11:15 am

You could arrange get you GP to refer you back to see your surgeon for a check up lovely.... They wond mind and its good for your surgeon to see how theyre progressing and for you to be able to discuss any concerns at this stage anyway.

When do they discharge you from clinic after a BA on the NHS hun? X

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Post by lisa90 on 5th February 2013, 11:24 am

6 weeks that was the last time he seen then and at that stage they where perfect!

I'm pretty sure i have bottomed out its like I'm really full below and behind my nipple and stuff is empty But i suppose in not a surgeon so ill see what he says i emailed yesterday asking to come in for a consultation for his opinion so hopefully hear back soon:)

Ill keep you updated thanks cookie xx
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Post by COOKIE on 5th February 2013, 11:31 am

No problem babe. It good you have direct access through email with your surgeon, a lot paying private dont have that lol. Hope you hear back soon Lisa x

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Post by lisa90 on 13th February 2013, 3:55 pm

Just been to see my surgeon today and I was right the implant has slipped out from the muscle and is sitting to low, just to wait on a letter with the date I've to go in for my op he said in the next 6 weeks so not to long :)

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Post by COOKIE on 13th February 2013, 5:55 pm

Wonderful news Lisa! dance really pleased things are all sorted and you're feeling much happier now lovely.

Please do keep us updated wont you hun. Xx

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Post by Princess_x on 13th February 2013, 8:33 pm

Good news about the re-op, good luck x
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Post by mrsball on 13th February 2013, 9:12 pm

Great news Hun, so ha it bottomed out? It'll be just a pocket revision on it x so pleased for you x

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