Personal Experiences with Breast Augmentation
This section includes Nicole's story, the research she did before her breast augmentation
and her recovery journal. It also features stories that some of our visitors were gracious enough to share with us including the thoughts of women (and sometimes their doctors) before, during and after breast augmentation
surgery. The Personal Experiences section also includes contributions from boyfriends, husbands and significant others and a section with photos from some of our visitors' get togethers. We hope you find all of the information informative, and some of it amusing!
The details of how I researched and decided to have breast augmentation.
Stories from our generous visitors from consultation to recovery and, in some case, through additional surgeries.
Find out in this exciting new section revealing the thoughts and motivations of significant others.
Devoted to women who met each other here and who were willing to share photos with us.
One of our visitors was kind enough to compile a bunch of cute things that our kids (and husbands) say when confronted with the issue of our breasts . . .
Worcester , Massachusetts (MA) Breast Augmentation by
UMASS Memorial Plastic Surgery
Dr. Mustafa Akyurek , Dr. Raymond Dunn, Dr. Douglas Rothkopf, Dr. Janice Lalikos , Dr. John Castle Board Certified Plastic Surgeons
St. Clair Shores, Michigan (MI) Breast Augmentation by
M. Kayser, M.D. F.A.C.S.
Dr. Melek Kayser Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Bingham Farms, Michigan (MI) Breast Augmentation by
Straith Clinic, P.C., Dr. William Sabbagh
Dr. William Sabbagh Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
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