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Post by LISA J on 14th February 2010, 12:27 pm

hi lots of you know that this is my second ba and i was just wondering if you would fluff with a second ba? and when do people usually fluff? i cant remember this happening before. if anyone has any ideas let me know.xxx
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Re: re-op and fluffing?

Post by tizzyt on 14th February 2010, 4:14 pm

Only having had one op,im not sure,but im sure the healing process and fluffing wouldn,t be any different to the first op,although i suppose your skin will be more flexible from stretching once already so fluffing might be more obvious.Are you having a big difference in implant size? x

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Post by LISA J on 14th February 2010, 9:08 pm

hi tizzyt im already post op hun and it was a big implant size difference first time round 210-240 and second time round 470cc from unders to partials.xxx
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Re: re-op and fluffing?

Post by nads on 15th February 2010, 8:37 am

Hi hun, i think with my 2nd BA i havent fluffed like i did with my first because everything was stretched out already x

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Re: re-op and fluffing?

Post by COOKIE on 15th February 2010, 8:55 am

Hi Lisa.

I should think with you having a much larger implant, you could expect to fluff around the same timescale as your first op.

I downsized but only by 50ccs and had an uplift, so I again had to deal with the stretching of the skin, I found I had more swelling with this op, but fluffed just the same.

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Re: re-op and fluffing?

Post by LISA J on 15th February 2010, 11:48 am

thanks for your replies girls.xxx any advice on this really itchy strapping? im not sure that im not allergic to it im coming up in red spots all around it? its like having hives or somthing.xxx
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