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tialee's picture
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QOTD kinda personal

I thought I would take it for Karen today but just a warning my ? is personal
Okay, so today my friend goes in to get a boob job. She is SO scared!
Anyways, if you had the money would you get one? Either to enhance or reduce? I bet you all wish Karen would have did it now right? LOL JK

I would cause I am crazy like that LOL

coolmama72's picture
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I'd totally get a boob job in a heartbeat. Breastfeeding four kids has done a number on them. I'd get them enhanced a little so that I could get them lifted (I don't think I could get a lift with them as they are, I think they'd need a saline boost first Lol )

Screw miracle bras, I'd rather have the girls stand on their own.

I don't mind the question at all, I'll tell anyone who will listen that I want a boob job. Maybe I'd find a philanthropist to fund it. Lol

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Right now, I would not. I want at least 2 more children (who I plan on breast feeding).
Ask me again in 5-10 years! LOL

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Screw miracle bras, I'd rather have the girls stand on their own.
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I am LMAO

AshnBill's picture
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I wouldn't. I don't know, it seems like it would be way too painful and not really worth it. I'd rather get a cricut first. LOL

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Once we are sure we are done having children I will have them reduced. I don't want to risk not being able to breastfeed but these things have gotten ridiculous and I am one size away from special ordering bras. I am hoping that insurance will cover at least some of the procedure.

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I had mine done sheesh....about 10 years ago! Wouldn't trade em for the world, I tell ya!!! And I have had two kids since... they look 20 times better now then they did 10 years ago..very natural. Breastfeeding was not as successful as I would have liked it to be, but I did my best and thats all a girl can do, right?

Good for your friend! I hope everything goes well! She's gonna wake HURTIN though, thats for sure... feels like a Mustang parked on your chest!

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Can I get a lap band instead of the boob job? LOL Just kidding - I'd have to gain at least another 100 lbs before I'd even think about gastric bypass or the lap band (my mil had her stomach stapled 20 years ago and she still pukes when she eats certain things - I like food too much!).

If anything, I'd get a reduction, but for now I like the girls how they are!

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"AshnBill" wrote:

I wouldn't. I don't know, it seems like it would be way too painful and not really worth it. I'd rather get a cricut first. LOL

ROFL Thanks Ash...I needed that!

As for me. I wouldn't get anything done. I am just a penny pincher, and if I had that kind of money, I would spend it on something I want more. Randall loves me the way I am. They make good bras right? Wink

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"MinaAriel" wrote:

Once we are sure we are done having children I will have them reduced. I don't want to risk not being able to breastfeed but these things have gotten ridiculous and I am one size away from special ordering bras. I am hoping that insurance will cover at least some of the procedure.

This! I can't find bras in normal stores in my size but if I go to a plus size store, they usually have something (UGLY) for me.

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I had a reduction about 3 years ago. It was worth every red cent. I can wear regular bras now - even spaghetti straps!!! I can run w/ out it hurting. I've still got plenty to keep the curvy look that DH likes, but I'm SO much happier now that I've had it done.

Yes, it hurt like heck and my insurance wouldn't cover it so we had to pay it out of pocket. I'd put up with it all again for the results.

Just my $0.02 worth. Smile

GiGi

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"acarbo99" wrote:

I had a reduction about 3 years ago. It was worth every red cent. I can wear regular bras now - even spaghetti straps!!! I can run w/ out it hurting. I've still got plenty to keep the curvy look that DH likes, but I'm SO much happier now that I've had it done.

Yes, it hurt like heck and my insurance wouldn't cover it so we had to pay it out of pocket. I'd put up with it all again for the results.

Just my $0.02 worth. Smile

GiGi

Good for you and you too girlisrad I say whatever makes you feel good. And yay for running without hurting. I wanted to run after having Damien but my boobs were so full I thought I would hit myself in the face lol

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No, I don't want a boob job, at least not now. Maybe as they continue to sag more! I definately don't need to go larger though and DH would be really upset with smaller.

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I don't think that I would ever go thru with it. Mine are definetely more saggy after the two kids and some drastic weight changes. Nothing a bra can't fix though. The only thing that does bother me is that there is almost a full cup size difference between them:eek: I'm not sure that it bothers me enough to go thru a surgery though.

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I can honestly say I belong to the itty bitty titty committee and likely to stay that way. DH doesn't want me too. He says he doesn't want me at all un-natural.

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I wouldn't, but only because I think my boobs are just the right size. Wink Not real big, not tiny, so can't complain. Though a nice lift would do them good!!! But......I think I'd come up with some other ways to spend the $$.

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"pickle in middle" wrote:

I don't think that I would ever go thru with it. Mine are definetely more saggy after the two kids and some drastic weight changes. Nothing a bra can't fix though. The only thing that does bother me is that there is almost a full cup size difference between them:eek: I'm not sure that it bothers me enough to go thru a surgery though.

Same here. It's really odd and I hate it. But, I will deal with it. I have to hunt good and hard for a bra that will hold the smaller one in. It usually falls out. :confused:

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"msjmommy2b" wrote:

Right now, I would not. I want at least 2 more children (who I plan on breast feeding).
Ask me again in 5-10 years! LOL

This is exactly how I feel! LOL I want 2 more, but DH says just 1 more. Somehow, I'll convince him on a 3rd. LOL

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ROFL

This is a great thread! I have back problems so if anything I would have reduction surgery to help with my back if it got too bad. I'm not really into spending $$$ on trying to change things that God gave me though. I have WAY too many wants for that.

I have a friend that pays money each month to get her eyelashes permed!!! :eek: Kid you not!

I'm not opposed to anyone doing that, its just that I hope they are confident in themselves and not doing it be confident, KWIM?

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once I am done having kids, I would at least like a lift...just BFing one kid has made the girls go south. they aren't that bad, but I started calling them national geographic boobs Lol

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Not for me... I have C cups that I am happy with. Are they droopy from BF, hell yes, but oh well!

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I think I will get a lift once I am done having children. If they get bigger than they are now then I will have to get them slightly reduced too because I like being able to buy my bras in regular stores. If I have excess skin on my belly I would also maybe get a tummy tuck but that would only be after I made sure I had lost all of the extra belly flab from having kiddos.

Good question!

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"mtsugrad" wrote:

ROFL

This is a great thread! I have back problems so if anything I would have reduction surgery to help with my back if it got too bad. I'm not really into spending $$$ on trying to change things that God gave me though. I have WAY too many wants for that.

I have a friend that pays money each month to get her eyelashes permed!!! :eek: Kid you not!

I'm not opposed to anyone doing that, its just that I hope they are confident in themselves and not doing it be confident, KWIM?

Okay so I never had my eyelashes permed but I did have eyelash extensions.lol I did not pay for it I had a gift card. It was to a spa nobody just thought Hmmm she needs longer eyelashes lets get het some lol. It was neat cause no mascara or doing any eye makeup for 2 months. For me I loved it but I was being lazy but boy one less thing to worry about was cool for those months. Smile

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i hope to have a reduction sometime in the future. Before I started having kids I had back problems that the doc said was partially to due with my large chest. SO now that I am done with having kids and I can wean my daughter I am going to look into if my insurance will cover it or not.

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No probably not. I was TINY before Zylin, and a nice cup bigger after. My mom had one done in the 80's when it was super cool. I dont think its worth the money. If you asked about a tummy tuck, YES SIR, SIGN ME UP!! I carry 80% of my extra weight in my belly, to the extent that people ask me if Im preggo Sad

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"LMCH" wrote:

once I am done having kids, I would at least like a lift...just BFing one kid has made the girls go south. they aren't that bad, but I started calling them national geographic boobs Lol

haha. too funny. I haven't even had kids yet and am already saying "I don't want to change the size, just the direction" lol

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im good with my own set lol