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fat transfer to correct a defect...

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fat transfer to correct a defect...

Post by Karen999 on 2nd May 2015, 5:15 pm

has anyone had any experience of this? Im having it next week to correct a 'dent' in my cleavage. just wondered how much discomfort ill be in and how long recovery is.
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Re: fat transfer to correct a defect...

Post by mirren001 on 2nd May 2015, 9:12 pm

Hi,
I haven't had fat transfer but have watched a few programmes on TV where women wanting a small increase in bust size have opted for fat transfer instead of a BA. They had much more fat than you will be having transferred as there's was to fill out whole of breast not just a dent. The breast  area I don't think for them was too uncomfortable it was more the area that fat was taken from.
I would imagine the recovery will be quite quick, the area from where the fat is taken from I would think will be tender/feel bruised & the breast area I would imagine would perhaps just feel uncomfortable for a couple of days or so.
Hopefully there may be someone on here that can advise you from experience.
Good luck & do let us know how you get on.
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Re: fat transfer to correct a defect...

Post by Karen999 on 6th May 2015, 6:36 pm

thanks for your reply. 3 days then ill know!
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