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Post by Liba on 9th December 2014, 7:25 am

Hi all - I'm new on here so bear with me. I had my op on 29th October 2014 so I'm just approaching 6 weeks post op on Wednesday this week. It was my second op, my first BA was in December 2003.  I had this second op as I had capsular contraction in my right boob. Anyway, my question is this - does anyone have experience of how long it takes/recovery time for the Brazilian furry implants as I chose to have them due to the lower risk of capsular contraction.  My surgeon said it can take up to 6 months for them to settle and soften....thanks in advance for any info/advice.
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Re: Recovery time for Brazilian furries

Post by Emmapinder1983 on 9th December 2014, 7:34 am

Hiya hun welcome, I'm having these implants on the 14th jan, there's a lovely lady on here called jen23 she had the furry Brazilians and might be able to answer your questions x x
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Re: Recovery time for Brazilian furries

Post by Jen23 on 9th December 2014, 7:37 am

Hi there!
Im afraid I have no answers as Im only 4 weeks post op,but I had furries so just thought I would say hi!
Even on a forum with this many people there are not many with the furries, I don't know why as they seem like a great idea.
My surgeon said 6 to 12 months tho for softening, although he Sid they look healed and everything quicker as they don't need to drop and fluff.
How have you found yours, if u don't mind me asking? As you are a couple of weeks ahead of me in through healing. Are u allowed to wear real bras yet? Have u found the swelling has subsided yet and are they looking even?
Jen x
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Re: Recovery time for Brazilian furries

Post by Jen23 on 9th December 2014, 7:37 am

Thanks Emma <3 x x
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Re: Recovery time for Brazilian furries

Post by Charlii on 9th December 2014, 9:41 am

They do take longer to soften than a regular silicone implant, up to 12months or more. But as for recovery as in your own healing, that would just be down to you.

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Re: Recovery time for Brazilian furries

Post by COOKIE on 9th December 2014, 5:07 pm

Hello and welcome to Breast Buddies Liba wavey


How long your recovery is, well, because you had CC, I'm not sure how advanced it was but generally a capsulectomy (total removal of the old capsule) or a capsulotomy if it wasn't that bad ( scoring of the capsule to enable it to open up and stretch) could have some impact on you're recovery. I've had a capsulectomy along with quite a few ladies here and the pain was something that's none of expected but all experienced and it did take a little longer than the initial recovery to get over the surgery. If it was a capsulotomy then generally its a quicker recovery because this really isn't that invasive, so based on what was needed to sort out the CC this will have had an impact on your recovery. 

Your surgeon has already explained that the furries are going to take a lot longer than textured to soften up...but they WILL soften up. I'm friends with an old member who doesn't pist here anymore but we still email and she had furries and she loves them. She's very happy with them (as is her husband lol) and they've softened up nicely and she's thrilled with them. 

So you're early day Liba and it's going to take a lot of patience, especially for yourself and the other ladies here with furries for them to fully soften up. 

I hope you enjoy the forum. Xx

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Re: Recovery time for Brazilian furries

Post by Liba on 9th December 2014, 9:19 pm

Hi all - thanks for the replies.
Hi Cookie - Great info thanks (I did have total removal of the CC) I think I mis-worded my original post as I asked about the recovery time but what I was actually asking was the length of time they would take to soften and settle.
Hi Jen23 - I'm not wearing a normal bra yet even though my surgeon said I could wear one 4 weeks post op but I prefer to stick with my sports bra at the mo as my implants still feel quite hard on the sides where the underwire would be. I think most of my swelling has gone now and they are both looking quite even although my nipples are still really sore. 
On a different note - I know one thing, I just can't wait to get back to my exercise regime/gym but I'm going to wait until after Xmas now and break myself in gently as I don't think I could do a press up etc quite yet. It's also in the back of mind that I will need to get fit again before I go snowboarding at the end of February  panic
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Re: Recovery time for Brazilian furries

Post by lairyfairie on 9th December 2014, 10:30 pm

I am also due to have furries in a few weeks. In fact I think they are slowly becoming more popular as more ladies have started mentioning them. It's good to know all of these things so that I don't worry when I'm in your position so thanks for the posts x
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Re: Recovery time for Brazilian furries

Post by COOKIE on 10th December 2014, 12:15 am

They're less mentioned than textured implants purely because of the skill required in placing them. 

Because of their exterior which instantly adheres to the Breast tissue you need to be well trained in placing them, so you would only really see those trained using them (only private surgeons have used them from what we've seen here) the majority of ladies tend to gravitate more to the large commercial clinics, hence why you don't see a lot of furries in comparison to textured. Xx

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Scar Revision with Lollipop Lift 2011
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