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Post by Sarbs900 on 12th January 2016, 2:26 am

Hi Girls, 

Well I've done it!!! Yay I finally have my boobies  dance 
Please excuse if some of this doesn't sound right still feeling pretty spaced out haha

I got to the clinic at 1:15 (slightly early due to excitement) I was taken straight to my room to put my gown and sexy knickers on that I'd kept hearing about, before I knew it I had my Canula in and was getting walked down the theatre where I was then talking to the anaesthetist again then what felt like 2 seconds later I was talking to my surgeon in my room who laughed when I asked him when he was starting!!! I couldn't believe it was all done.

The whole thing was so much better than I had imagined ( I know I'm only days) although I did end up having an allergic reaction to the morphine...I felt like I needed to rip the skin off my face and neck....not nice nope anyway they give me piriton which seemed to clear that all up  :ok:

I just remember drifting in and out of sleep and feeling really light headed and woozy, I was given some tea and toast which again helped a little (all the staff in Birkdale were amazing!!)

I wasn't allowed home the original time I was given due to feeling like this and also it seemed the anestethic had made my bladder really lazy so needed to make sure I'd gone the toilet before I was allowed home!

Finally 9 o'clock came I went for a wee yahoo it's amazing how the simple things can make u so happy haha 

I am so happy with the whole thing, the pain is nowhere near as bad as I had imagined (although I know today may be completely different) I'm just going to keep on top of the medication they have given me.

I've got to say though I think they look a bit smaller than I had imagined (I had 560cc) hopefully it's just the Macom squashing them down.

Sorry if I've waffled on girls, can I just say a big thank you for all your help, support and messages 

Sara xx
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Post by Lucy106 on 12th January 2016, 7:33 am

Yay you did it!!! Fab story - I love reading them!! Hope the next few days stay pain free for you xxx
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Post by mrskelly on 12th January 2016, 7:55 am

Congrats on the boobs, it will be the Macom that makes them look smaller. Mine squashes my boobies down too. Rest up and keep on top of those meds xx
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Post by Carrierowland on 12th January 2016, 8:57 am

Congratulations on your new additions, glad your not in too much pain. Yes the macom does make them look smaller. 560cc they definitely won't be small. Did you have overs or unders? Xxx
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Post by Sarbs900 on 12th January 2016, 12:19 pm

I'm a bit more in pain today than I was yesterday thanks to good old morphine even though I did turn out to be allergic!!
I had overs...I'm hoping there not too small and it it's the Macom pushing them in coz it does feel pretty tight around the boob area but fine on the shoulders and back xx
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Post by Twinky on 12th January 2016, 2:48 pm

Well done and congrats on new boobies! You have a big implant so reckon once they are settled and dropped and fluffed they will b lovely! Jst remember the way they are now is not your final result! 
Iv nst been oday trying on bras and it seems im now a 34f...was a 34e at 12 weeks so they defo change a lot!

Plenty of rest.
It gets better x x
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Post by Sarbs900 on 12th January 2016, 3:02 pm

Thanks for your advice girls, I was getting a little worried they would be small, although I did get my other half to measure them before an according to the calculations I'm only a C....surely that can't be right can it??

Have any of you taken your bra off to give yourself a minutes breather?? I feel very restricted haha xx
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Post by Twinky on 12th January 2016, 3:18 pm

Pah!! Ur most certainly.not a c with 560 !!!
Let them.do there thing. Try to ignore them a bit... X
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Post by Lucy106 on 12th January 2016, 5:31 pm

No surely impossible to be a C with that size implant!!  The macom is a compression garment remember - once you unleash them they will pop out I bet!  They just need to stretch and soften a bit.  I know what you mean about wanting them to have a breather. My favourite times of the day are first thing in the morn and last thing at night when I can take the bra off for 10 mins!! I'm wearing a strap across the top of mine too - awful! x
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Post by Sarbs900 on 12th January 2016, 6:16 pm

Oh thanks girls you have made me feel much better.
So do u think it will be ok if I just take it off for 5 mins even though I only had them done yesterday? Xx
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Post by mrskelly on 12th January 2016, 7:07 pm

I find the macom can be a bit much sometimes and it is so nice to take off for a while and then it feels so good to put it back on. It's a weird one. I would ask your ps or nurse first before you do anything. Xx
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Post by Sarbs900 on 12th January 2016, 7:41 pm

I've gotta go back on Monday to see them so I may just bare it till then and ask them. After paying all this money don't want anything to go wrong...I'm just so impatient after seeing all these amazing after pics on here I want to see mine haha xx
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Post by ScotsGirl78 on 12th January 2016, 8:54 pm

Fab story thanks for sharing!

xx
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Post by Sarbs900 on 13th January 2016, 7:41 am

Hi girls hope your all ok, last night was the worst night ever  sad smile I decided to try and go to bed rather than sleep on the couch....big mistake, so it's back to the couch for now.
I feel like I've set myself back, I am so so tight today and my left one feels like it's burning....is this normal?

Xx
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Post by mrskelly on 13th January 2016, 8:10 am

Yes that's normal, I had the burning. Do you have a v pillow to help you get comfy in bed? Mine has been a godsend X
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Post by Lucy106 on 13th January 2016, 8:14 am

Oh bless you - I know what it's like - 1 step forward, 2 steps back!! If you can bear it its good to sleep with extra pillows and propped up a bit for about a week at least (I did 3 weeks) because day 3 or so is when all the swelling usually kicks in and it's good to have your head above your heart to help with this. I'm sure you will feel a bit better later this morning - you've prob just got a bad case of morning boob - I'm sure you won't have done any harm!

Re taking the macom off - this would be fine as a girl needs to wash and change her bra!! I doubt they would expect I to go a week without a wash and a change! If you are worried do ask though xxx
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Post by Sarbs900 on 13th January 2016, 8:38 am

No I don't have one I think I will get the other half to go and get me one today. How do you use it, do you use it as a prop up or to go round you?
mrskelly wrote:Yes that's normal, I had the burning. Do you have a v pillow to help you get comfy in bed? Mine has been a godsend X
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Post by Sarbs900 on 13th January 2016, 8:42 am

I've been using extra pillows to prop me up on the couch an felt fine don't know why it didn't feel the same in the bed.

I've taken my mess this morning and feel much better but definitely think I'm gonna have to take it easy today.

I think I'll give my consultant a call later just to see if I can open the bra just to give myself a 5 min break, my other half is worried he won't be able to fasten it back up haha xx
Lucy106 wrote:Oh bless you - I know what it's like - 1 step forward, 2 steps back!! If you can bear it its good to sleep with extra pillows and propped up a bit for about a week at least (I did 3 weeks) because day 3 or so is when all the swelling usually kicks in and it's good to have your head above your heart to help with this. I'm sure you will feel a bit better later this morning - you've prob just got a bad case of morning boob - I'm sure you won't have done any harm!

Re taking the macom off - this would be fine as a girl needs to wash and change her bra!! I doubt they would expect I to go a week without a wash and a change! If you are worried do ask though xxx
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Post by mrskelly on 13th January 2016, 8:42 am

Either way, which ever is comfiest for you. If I have it in sofa it sort of goes round me. In bed I have one end like a pillow and other part round near my back. You will find a way that's best for you. X
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Post by Carrierowland on 13th January 2016, 1:30 pm

Third day I had to take mine off to change into a bigger size because of swelling. I found it really hard to get it back on, I was in tears !!!!

Mrs k it's weird like you say you take it off but then you want it back on!!!! Xx
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Post by Sarbs900 on 13th January 2016, 1:57 pm

This is the part I'm unsure of about the size because I got the Macom bra so it's not sized by cup it's meant to adapt to your the size, the back is fine it's just the front that feels tight but I'm also scared if I take it off I won't be able to get it back on, so I just pulled it out of the front for a couple of minutes just to get a bit of a release xx
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Post by Carrierowland on 13th January 2016, 2:10 pm

Yeah I no, the macom goes to fit any cupsize it stretches to fit. I undid a few of the eyelets to ease the pressure a bit. Have you got much swelling? If so have you tried a ice pack only on top of the boobs no where near the incisions. Xxx
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Post by Sarbs900 on 13th January 2016, 2:14 pm

I don't think there is much swelling coz to be honest at the moment I don't think I'm as big as I thought I would be considering I've had 560cc so I'm hoping it's just coz there all squashed up and haven't plumped out yet. I haven't tried the ice so I'm willing to try anything haha, I think I will undo a few of the top eyelets as well thank you xx
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Post by Sarbs900 on 14th January 2016, 10:16 am

Gutted I'm on my way back into hospital
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Post by Carrierowland on 14th January 2016, 10:28 am

Oh no what's happened? Hope ur ok xxx
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