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Post by Sinead on 22nd November 2018, 12:42 pm

Hi I'm new and have no idea if this is the right part of the forum to post. I'm looking into having implants and a lift after breastfeeding 2 kids into toddlerhood has left me with very empty boobs and lots of loose skin, sagging etc. One is slightly bigger than the other also which looks odd.
I don't know if this is a UK forum but there is a clinic in Birmingham (westbourne?) That does breast augmentation under LA. Has anyone done this ? I am absolutely terrified of going under GA and I have epilepsy so does this increase any likelihood of complications ? Hoping someone will come along that has done it this way :)
I know lots will say GA was fine and it was all worth it etc but I would genuinely rather lie there awake and have least chance of any complications .
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Post by misf1 on 21st December 2018, 9:48 pm

Hi there. Everyone is different and what's good for one person isn't for another. There have been a few people who have had twilight sedation on here. You might want to read this [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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