Is It Worth It? v. Breast Reduction

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  1. sportsjunkie

    sportsjunkie OT Supporter

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    I'm basically just looking for some feedback/information.

    For the past couple of years, I've thought about a breast reduction. I developed very early (8-9 years old). By the time I was in 6th grade, I was a full C...and when I graduated high school I was a DD...and now I'm a DDD :hs:

    I've had nothing but problems concerning my breasts. Back/shoulder pain, can't find tops that fit, and spending lots of money on bra's that actually fit and make me look semi-normal. It's also inhibiting me to be active in the sports I love and want to partake in :wtc:

    And as crazy as it may seem, I sometimes feel uncomfortable around guys :o

    I've researched a bit and found that the surgery is quite common. And I know it leaves a scar, but frankly, I don't care about that. I'm just wondering if it's worth it to get it at my age (21). I know that I'd like to have kids in the future and that may alter my breasts as a result, but at this point I'm willing to take that chance.

    yeah, yeah I know I'm a chunky girl and I should probably lose weight first and all that, but I've lost 45lbs...and my boobs are still the same size. I recently went to my ob-gyn, and he said that my breast are more glandular tissue than fat (being that i developed so early and what-not) and that i won't see much of a change in my breast (except droopiness :noes: ) as I lose weight.

    So, I'm just wondering if it's worth it to get it now....or wait until I've done the whole motherhood thing (but I think by then, I wouldn't really give a damn what my boobs looked like :mamoru: )
     
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  2. ej25power

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    Do it now if it will make you feel more secure and relieve back/shoulder pains.

    Let the kid suck on formula if your boobies can't do the job anymore.
     
  3. Abomb

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    need pics to give accurate advice
     
  4. Midgetized

    Midgetized Don't mess with Douche Cat

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    I think it would be worth it, as long as you find out what having kids would do to it. You may even be able to get insurance to pay for it if it's causing you to have back problems. I'm sure I would want to do it if my boobs were that big. I've thought about getting a lift/reduction before and mine are only a C/D. I would hate to have boobs as big as yours, big boobs aren't as good as people think they are.
     
  5. sportsjunkie

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    I'm about to leave to go out....i'll post pics later...but if you look hard enough on OT..you can find them :o
     
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    sLpFhaWK www.JJiGz.com

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    keleko yes, he is

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    copperkali Mrs. Nicklk

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    With as big as you are, I'd do it, but I'm on the opposite side of the spectrum, and want a boob job, but I only want a C.
     
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    if it makes you feel better, do it... but dont hurt them that much :noes:
     
  10. Abomb

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    lift weights to support teh bewbs
     
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    or live a glorious life of arthritis and sagginess.
     
  12. Cerridwen

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    How much more weight are you planning on losing? Personally I would wait until I got closer to my target weight to see if that helped out any. If it doesn't, I would probably consider surgery. Whatever you do, make sure you do it for you and not anybody else. :)
     
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    O'kay, first off I'd like to point out that the doctors comments are contradictory in nature in that he first states that your brests are primarily formed of gladular tissue instead of fatty tissue and would sag if you were to lose weight.
    If your breasts are primarily composed of gladular tissue, then they would slim down as you slimmed down as you lost weight, whereas if they were primarily composed of fatty tissue, that would sag (I'm basing this on my own experience with a girl I know, as well as body changes that I experienced when I was weight training and lost weight thereafter).

    Now I've not yet seen a pic of you, so off the cuff I'd advise going with the losing weight bit first to see what you may or may not end up having to work with and then look into the breast reduction surgery if it's still an issue.
     
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    Lose the weight first and get the reduction and a lift at the same time instead of gtting the reduction and later on finding out that you want a lift after the weight is gone.
     
  15. sportsjunkie

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    I've thought about this...but then I would have large breast, but just saggier, so then I would get a lift...either way I'd still be considering an operation :hs:
     
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    in my case, I'd be getting the reduction with the lift, being that excess skin would be removed.

    and I agree with the weight loss, I'm not gonna stop with that...but I'll never be thin, I'm just trying to get back into a healthier state.
     
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    yeah my sister has the same problem, She cant find shirts that fit right and has bad back pains. I would say it is well worth getting a reduction. I would think you would feel very releived. My sister is going to get this done soon,she decided it will be well worth it. If I was in the situation I would do it now.
     
  19. Sionell89

    Sionell89 I grew up when I wasn't looking

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    Talk to someone who has been there. PM 12xalt. She had one about 5 years ago (I lost track) and she has never regretted it. Plus I also think that her situation was not a whole lot different than yours.
     
  20. sportsjunkie

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    thank you! :)

    i'll do that :bigthumb:
     
  22. Abomb

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    you will lose quite some titty fuckability if you have it done.
     
  23. sportsjunkie

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    I was thinking about going to a full D :dunno: that's still pretty big in my opinion. If I go any less, it won't fit my body frame



    besides, I'm not so much worried about tittyfucking :mamoru:
     
  24. Abomb

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    uhhh you should be :ugh:













    :mamoru:
     
  25. sportsjunkie

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    :rofl:

    I don't get off from it, so I could care less:eek3:
     

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