Mine were done here in NY and it was kinda pricey. It was about 9000. It was supposed to be less but my doctor didn't do it in his own facility, he did it at a hospital so I had to pay for the operating room and he said it would take 45 min for the procedure and it took 2 hours for some reason. He said he was super gentle and that why and I didn't have any bruising so maybe that's true. But anyway, the fact that I had to pay more for the time was what made mine more than I expected!
Btw I had my done in Birmingham AL, dr. Hedden. I think it was $6500 for a lift & implants
Someone stated you couldn't breastfeed if you have a lift.. Cutting around the nipple, you can :) I got 450cc and a lift at 20, they are an E now, they were suppose to be a big C.. They are under the muscle! My breast have leaked since I was 22 weeks, so they work :) get you one!
I wish I could just give some of my boobs to you. I've been a DD since I was 14!
Thank you ladies you helped alot! The only question that wasn't answered was prices? I know 2 people thats had them one said it cost her 4800 one person said it cost her almost 8000! Big difference...also curious about getting lift because mine are very saggy and I dont think just the implant will fix it...
I got them done last year. So happy I did it. It made me feel better about myself. Im now pregnant with my 3rd. This is my 1st pregnancy since I got breast implants and I'm hoping they stay the same size lol I went from a small b to a DD. Im thinking they should stay the same size tho since I deff don't plan on breastfeeding.. too much work lol. I deff recommend getting them done. Just make sure u research all ur options before u commit to a surgeon. Make sure he is board certified.
I am glad you asked this cause I was actually wondering the same thing
Yea im pretty sure im done having kids but things change lol
If you have an uplift you cant breastfeed because they cut around the nipple but if you have implants you can breastfeed as they cut is under the boob
I say get them ! But I would also wait until you are done having baby's. Just because I heard it is more difficult (not impossible) to breastfeed with them.
Ive always wanted implants a C cup mine are a AA36 and I hate them they javr gone up to a B in the last mine weeks since ive been pregnant buy thats not much and I plan to breast feed so I know they may shrink after I say go for it
I got implants a little over a year ago & love them! I say go for it! I'm pregnant now & definitely plan on breast feeding, I'm really hoping that it doesn't affect my implants! Good luck!
I have silicone gel implants under the muscle and honestly they were one of the best things I've ever done for myself! I was a large B before getting pregnant with my son 10 years ago and went up to a D and then breastfed for about 6 weeks. When I was done they shrank to even smaller than I was to begin with. I was an A. And they looked ok when I was standing but when I bent over they were so soft and mushy. I got implants when my son turned 5 because I just didn't have the money. But it's nothing to be ashamed about. I was so insecure about them and its important to feel good about your body. Plus after giving birth and taking care of children I think we deserve to do something to get our old bodies back. As far as breast feeding I'm not sure because I'm now pregnant again with my second and I'm only 21 weeks. After surgery I was a full C. And they looked great. Under the muscle is definitely the way to go because they feel more real and you can't tell where the implant actually is. So now I'm a DD and they still look good, haven't sagged or anything. But I'm a little worried about what they're gonna be like when they shrink. Idk if they will sag or not. I was told I should have no problem breast feeding so I'm hoping this is true! If you want to get it done I would say to go for it! It's not as uncommon as it used to be. And it can really give your self esteem a boost :)
I have heard that you can feed with implants :) .. you can have some of my boobs I would gladly give some away lol. If you want implants and can afford it I would say go for it if it would make you feel good about yourself.