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txmarinemom
12-17-2007, 07:59 PM
So ... I paid a semi-handsome sum in 2001 to bribe the "Ta-ta Fairy" to visit (only 25 years overdue).

My plastic surgeon worked an extra hour to make both sides unequal - but to create an aesthetically symmetrical overall adjustment.

If he'd filled both sides equally (and, yes - lol ... a few of you have heard this on the phone), every day I'd look at right boob and query "You're pointing the way, dear ... where shall we head today?".

Has anyone had augmentation pre fusion and instrumentation? If so, how badly (please, please, please ... someone say "not at all!") did it screw up your augmentation?

LOL ... just one more in the never-ending series of odd questions ...

Regards,
Pam

Sherie
12-17-2007, 08:07 PM
Pam

I can't help you on this one, I'm going to the grave with my walnuts. But I just have to tell you, you crack me up! What are you doing in the boring field of engineering, you need to be writing or something exciting where you can put your verbal talents to good use.

P.S. Sheena's doing great this week, I'm so happy!

Take care

txmarinemom
12-17-2007, 08:19 PM
Aw, Sherie ... that is SO wonderful to hear! My Mom saw her before and afters this past weekend and cried. She just kept saying "such a miracle ...".

And I live vicariously through engineers ... I'm a programmer; I can only *wish* my life were as rich, full and EXCITING! Hehe.

Hugs, girl.

Pam

sccrm08
12-19-2007, 04:21 PM
I can't answer your question, but before surgery, mine were quite uneaven and after now, I can't see a difference.

txmarinemom
12-19-2007, 05:26 PM
Laff ... what little *I* had pre-augmentation (Sherie had to go and brag on her walnuts ... I had ANT BITES - LOL!) were also ...

That's exactly why I had them "adjusted" during the surgery.


Regards,
Pam