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Post by Meagain on 3rd July 2016, 1:45 pm

I'm wondering if I'll be able to sleep on my front post op ?  I tend to sleep on my front more often than not and am wondering whether I'm gonna have to find an alternative  huh smiley
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Post by Sky85 on 3rd July 2016, 3:42 pm

I imagine post op there is absolutely no way you will want to sleep on your front!!!  Maybe over time once they have healed you will be able to? X
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Post by Meagain on 3rd July 2016, 7:10 pm

Oh I did mean in time, once I've healed etc
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Post by Lucy106 on 3rd July 2016, 7:32 pm

Yes I could sleep easily on my front from about 3 months post op, probably earlier but I don't give it a 2nd thought now! X
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Post by Meagain on 3rd July 2016, 7:50 pm

This makes me smile  dance
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Post by Lucy106 on 3rd July 2016, 8:24 pm

Good!! Love sleeping on my front so would be gutted if I couldn't. 

There's nothing I can't do since getting boobs - really thought there would be limitations but I'm the same old me, doing the same old stuff - just with bigger boobs!! The recovery is a bitch and it's frustrating for a while not being able to do stuff but it was for such a short period and well worth it x
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Post by Twinky on 4th July 2016, 8:50 am

I can and do front sleep, I'm a year post op though. However, I am still very aware of lefty, feels like an implant whereas my right, feels totally like my own if this makes sense?
Don't yo feel this way [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]?

I feel like I keep having to adjust lefty, but it never feels 'right' on my front.
Werird!
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Post by Lucy106 on 4th July 2016, 10:00 am

Hi Twinky! To be honest I don't feel them being anything other than natural laying on front but mine are smooth implants so are supposed to move around. I think if I had textured I'd be a bit more worried about front sleeping although that would only be in my head - I know it's totally safe to.

But yep generally I do have one boob that feels fake and one that feels totally natural. My right side feels slightly firmer and implant like whereas the left I can't tell it's fake at all! But my boob on the right was smaller to start therefore it's obviously going to be a bit harder as the implant is filling less space!

There's always a naughty boob isn't there! X
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Post by Lucy106 on 4th July 2016, 10:02 am

Hi Twinky! To be honest I don't feel them being anything other than natural laying on front but mine are smooth implants so are supposed to move around. I think if I had textured I'd be a bit more worried about front sleeping although that would only be in my head - I know it's totally safe to.

But yep generally I do have one boob that feels fake and one that feels totally natural. My right side feels slightly firmer and implant like whereas the left I can't tell it's fake at all! But my boob on the right was smaller to start therefore it's obviously going to be a bit harder as the implant is filling less space!

There's always a naughty boob isn't there! X
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Post by Ftmum1986 on 6th July 2016, 6:42 pm

I'm pleased to read this too as I also like to sleep on my front! Although I am sure it will be a while after my op before I feel like I can/want to!!
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Post by Vickyxo on 12th July 2016, 11:38 am

Cant say i have been able to sleep on my front. Used to do it when i had no boobies but now i don't.. not because i can't, but because i worry i will damage them. My irrational thoughts though haha. So I'm sure as long as they are supported, you will be fine! xx
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Post by Carrierowland on 13th July 2016, 3:37 pm

I recently went on holiday and I struggle laying on my front to sun bath, I think it's just me I worry too i case I hurt them lol xx
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