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Patience is a virtue...I don't possess!

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Patience is a virtue...I don't possess!

Post by Montana on 2nd April 2015, 3:20 pm

hi all I am veeeery impatient to get my full anchor lift with implants op done as I now know who I want as my surgeon. But I think I may have to wait until the end of June nope
I work as a cabaret at weekends in the evenings and can't figure out how long I need before doing a gig? My surgeons says 2 weeks but if I can do less then I can get it done sooner  clap hands



I've spent about 3 months now deciding on who I want and now I'm 110% sure I want it and who I want to do it I have to wait. How long before anyone felt well enough to sing and dance? (Not full out dancing tho)  I'm sooooo impatient lol
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Post by drinkeroftea on 2nd April 2015, 3:33 pm

You will need a lot more then two weeks for dancing! At two weeks i was back at work, office job and i felt very worn out afterwards. you will more then likely hinder your recovery if you do too much too soon, and may not be covered by the  surgeons aftercare. I'm nearly 8 weeks post op now and cant even think about doing any more cardio then walking!!

My ps only advised walking after week 4, and then exercising after 6 weeks, gradually increasing it. 
June really isn't that long away....you will have to find some patience! you've waited this long, so you can wait a few more weeks lovely xx
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Post by Charlii on 2nd April 2015, 7:44 pm

No way will you be back dancing at 2wk, it'll be 6 at least, not to mention you'll likely be trussed up in a sports bra. It depends what you do really. June's not so far off, I booked mine around now for June, the wait will be over before you know it.

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Post by Montana on 3rd April 2015, 3:04 pm

I know I'm like a child waiting fr Christmas! I'm pretty sure my children gave more patience than me lol. 
Thanks for the honest truth ladies it's definitely made me stop and think! I'll be waiting til June. Going to book it tomorrow yahoo
I've actually got a gig 2 weeks after the June surgery date so I think I'm going to gave to cancel by what you lovely ladies gave said. Good news is I then don't gave any for another 3 weeks so that gives me 5 weeks to recover. I'm sure it'll be fine :-/

Anyway thanks I will obsessively look at this site until my boobie day arrives ;) x
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Post by _wildflower_ on 20th April 2015, 5:53 pm

I have no patience either! I had 2 consults 5 years ago and have been thinking ever since, and now I am SO ready!
I just had another consult last week and just want to book straight away and get it done straight away but I know that's not going to happen :(
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Post by Rebeccajbarratt on 20th April 2015, 6:34 pm

Hey hun iv had full anchor uplift and I'm now 14 week post op! I really underestimated the recovery, is wore blind I'd be fine after two weeks as I have a get up n go approach to life.....i was so wrong I do Zumba etc and at 14 weeks post op I stil have 2 wear 2 high impact sports bras! And they stil ache and swell if I do too much xxxx
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Post by Rebeccajbarratt on 20th April 2015, 6:34 pm

I swore blind*
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Post by Montana on 21st April 2015, 7:05 pm

Really?! Ok I am definitely underestimating the recovery time needed in that case  Shocked
I've booked for June 26th now Yeay and have cancelled my gig. I'll have to cross my fingers that the gigs I have 5 weeks after will be doable for me as I have loads in August! I have a holiday before my surgery but all I can think about is my op! Must have patience lol
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