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18months post op,furries

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Post by Jen23 on 24th May 2016, 6:22 pm

Hi everyone! I've not been on for ages, some won't know me, some won't remember me but some might so I'll introduce myself real quick.
I'm jen, I had my operation in November 2014....wow, that sounds so long ago! 
Well, it's been a journey, one that I'm very much still on. 
Had plenty of teething problems, which the ladies here were excellent with, but they all turned out to be just in my head haha 
My boobs have changed so much, and are still changing all the time. I'm still regaining sensation, they're still getting squishier and having more movement. They've dropped a lot and have a lovely crease under them now. They've taken on that lovely slopey shape at last, although my right is still a bit behind (that always was my naughty boob) scars are still visible so I know there is still healing to do inside.
My surgeon, Jonathan Staiano has been awesome sauce. I couldn't have asked for a better result in all honesty. 
I still have an edge I can see and feel but that's just becoming less apparent all the time, I'm confident that it will disappear with more time.....that's the one thing with furries, time! Always time and patience, which can be infuriating I know haha but definitely things do happen a long time after surgery. 

So I had 285cc round moderate profile, I'm a size 6 and 5ft 3. Been measured a few times now at bravissimo and I come up as a 28F/FF. Surprisingly they look very natural on my frame...until I take my clothes off haha but if you didn't know I'd had them, you wouldn't know. That's the look I wanted . 

Any ladies out there having/had furries with any questions feel free to pop them over to me. I must update my avi too, that one is from about 3 months post op I think. 

Lovely to say hi to you all! Jen x
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Re: 18months post op,furries

Post by Twinky on 24th May 2016, 6:55 pm

Hi jen glad to hear your doing well, amazing there still changing even this late in the game!
Glad your happy with them.
I will be a year in June, it's flown!

Take care, nice to hear an update from you. It's mega quiet here nowadays....
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Re: 18months post op,furries

Post by muddypaws on 24th May 2016, 8:40 pm

Great to read such a positive post, congrats on having fantastic boobs too, be lovely to see an updated profile pic too xxx
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Re: 18months post op,furries

Post by Lucy106 on 25th May 2016, 8:51 am

Hi Jen,  I only had my ba a few months ago but I feel like I know you from all the forum surfing I've done over the last year!  Your posts and the replies you got from some of the other ladies when the forum was booming and busy have got me through tough times!!

Really pleased you are loving them now!

xx
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Re: 18months post op,furries

Post by Hattie73 on 25th May 2016, 12:40 pm

Hi Jen... Thanks for the update... Always good to read as not too many ladies with furries around... So glad you are happy with them, I am loving mine too ! Xx
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Re: 18months post op,furries

Post by ScotsGirl78 on 26th May 2016, 11:53 am

What a fab update! Sounds like you are really happy :)
I'm getting furries too - will def bother you with questions!!!

xx
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Re: 18months post op,furries

Post by BkozK on 2nd June 2016, 2:58 pm

Thanks for the update with furies, I'll be a year in August. So glad to hear that they do eventually soften and I to can still see an edge of implant in my cleavage, especially when I lean forward. I hope this goes but knowing yours is still like it at 18 months just reminds me to stay patient and give it time. 
Lovely to hear from you and glad your happy xx
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Re: 18months post op,furries

Post by Daisychains on 3rd June 2016, 8:13 pm

Thanks for sharing this post - I'm going for furries too and find it so hard to find updates beyond the first few months. Its so helpful to get people posting their longer term stories! XX
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Re: 18months post op,furries

Post by blush89 on 3rd June 2016, 9:20 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Mine are now 14 months old! I posted something not long back about the '12 things ive learnt' :-) 

To me furries are literally no different to any other implants in terms of look or feel so really nothing to worry about. They just have the added benefit of reduced CC! Otherwise they literally (to me anyway) feel or look no different x
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