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Think right implant has bottomed out

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Think right implant has bottomed out

Post by kittie on 5th December 2015, 4:36 am

I am generally delighted with my boob job but lately I worry the right side has bottomed out slightly. I had op just over 5 years ago and at consultation my surgeon did say I was borderline for an uplift but I opted to go for just implants.

I have a vague plan to have them redone with an uplift in the next 3-5 years. I am worried lately that the right side has bottomed out. How can you tell? I feel like it sits lower than the other side and the nipple points slightly downwards.

Can anyone help? And if I am bottoming out I assume I am not covered for a re-op by Transform?
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Re: Think right implant has bottomed out

Post by Lucy106 on 5th December 2015, 10:45 am

Sorry to hear about your worries!! I take it you've tried googling pics as bottoming out looks like double bubble under the crease. If one is sitting lower than the other it might just mean that one needs an uplift sooner than the other. I'm pre BA but I've got one boob a bit saggier than the other due to breastfeeding. 

I don't know much about transform but I do know their aftercare is good so it would be worth making an appt with your surgeon to discuss!

Some of the other more experienced girls can prob help you more than me! Xx
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Re: Think right implant has bottomed out

Post by Charlii on 5th December 2015, 3:52 pm

I would try and double check your aftercare, because it will have a time limit. Mine with THG is 3yrs. The only way you'll know for sure is if you make an appointment, get them checked, and discuss your options.

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