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Rippling? So stressed

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Post by jessjameson on 9th December 2016, 9:34 am

Hi girls,

I've not been on this forum for a while but I've come looking for some advice. I have 460cc overs and on my left boob I've noticed 2 dints in the implant when getting in and out of the bath and I'm unsure as of what to do.

Thanks Jess xx
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Re: Rippling? So stressed

Post by Charlii on 10th December 2016, 9:14 am

Hi Jess. Is it only when you're leaning forward that you notice the dints, or are they there when you're standing straight too. If its just when leaning forward, its all totally normal. The best way i can describe it is think of a sandwich bag full of water. When its just resting, its full and smooth. But when you pick it up, as it sloshes, theres some creases in the bag. Its kinda the same for your implant. Most people when leaning over will feel or see some rippling. As long as it goes back to full and smooth when upright, its all absolutely fine.

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Post by jessjameson on 10th December 2016, 4:42 pm

That's put my mind at rest! as it only happens when I'm leaning forwards or bending down and when I stand up straight although a bit slow it goes back to normal
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