Fake Breasts

Jamie - posted on 03/23/2009 ( 16 moms have responded )

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So, Ive lost all my baby weight and got into shape. I gained 63lbs with my last pregnancy and Im now back to 110lbs. Now all my life Ive had small breasts, Im talking 32A and Ive never had a issue with it. And up until 2 months ago Ive had a 34C, but I lost the last 20lbs and now my boobs are back to a 32A, except they are not perky and I call them "Pancake boobs". I was thinking about getting fake breasts, not to increase size (my hubby is a butt man) but ti make them look good again. Has anyone had fake breasts put in after kids? Should I wait until after I have my 3rd baby (Im not pregnant yet or trying)? I wasnt able to breastfeed my last 2 so I dont think Ill be able to the next time around. And are fake boobs good for life or do you have to get them replaced?

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Sona - posted on 04/03/2013

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If I don't want to go for plastic surgery, is there any other solution home remedy..to increase the size? Need advice.

Jamie - posted on 03/24/2009

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Thanks Im still nervous, I know I want them just freaking scared to death.

Kate CP - posted on 03/24/2009

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Quoting Christina:

BTW because I got mine under the muscle and I got a good size for my body type people think my boobs are real. Sometimes people will ask me when i am at the pool because they can't tell. They think they are fake b/c I am so tiny but they do not sag for being larger than god would have blessed me with, & they are not stuck way up under my chin. You can not see a bag or any hint of anything fake....they are not hard as rocks.... deff go under the muscle if you do follow through and get them. There maybe a little more pain during the recovery process but trust me IT IS WORTH IT ALL!!!!!


O.o



People just come up to you and ask if you have fake boobies? That's really rude...I'd slap 'em with one. ;D

Emily - posted on 03/24/2009

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Quoting Christina:

BTW because I got mine under the muscle and I got a good size for my body type people think my boobs are real. Sometimes people will ask me when i am at the pool because they can't tell. They think they are fake b/c I am so tiny but they do not sag for being larger than god would have blessed me with, & they are not stuck way up under my chin. You can not see a bag or any hint of anything fake...


Me too.

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BTW because I got mine under the muscle and I got a good size for my body type people think my boobs are real. Sometimes people will ask me when i am at the pool because they can't tell. They think they are fake b/c I am so tiny but they do not sag for being larger than god would have blessed me with, & they are not stuck way up under my chin. You can not see a bag or any hint of anything fake....they are not hard as rocks.... deff go under the muscle if you do follow through and get them. There maybe a little more pain during the recovery process but trust me IT IS WORTH IT ALL!!!!!

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Get them for you and you only. You will feel good about yourself. You will love the way you look in everything. You will feel complete.



My husband would have told me the same thing too that all he cares about is my butt, he would never hint that he would want me to get fake breast but deep down he would be happy that I did decide to get them. He loves them!!!



The implants themselves you don't really feel as if something is just sitting in your boob. At least not for me. Your implant is not going to be loose in there. Depending on how tight your skin is and how big you want to go will determine if they look like they are big balls sitting on your chest....LOL....your doctor can help you with that during a consultaion. He will be ble to tell you how tight your skin is and if they will fall and look natural or be stuck to your chest like balls. They just feel apart of you. When you were pregnant and they got bigger that is how they are going to feel. If you go under the muscle they will feel like they have been apart of you this whole time & the implants look better when they are under the muscle.

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I will have to agree, go for it!! I am pregnant with my thrid and final child and have finally talked my husband into letting me get implants after this one is born. I am like you, I just want to feel good when I put a shirt on. My hips and my shoulders are more largely built and I just want to be evened out.

Emily - posted on 03/24/2009

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LOL my husband is a butt man too!



My doctor did explain that there are two types of implants- over teh muscle and under the muscle. Under the muscle are the ones you want, they look more natural, and she said there is about a 90 percent chance they will have no impact on breastfeeding, with over the muscle it is more of a 50 percent chance. It is kind of gross to think they cut open your pectoral muscles and shover it under there, then inflate it but the results are better.

Jamie - posted on 03/24/2009

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Quoting Kirsty:



id be keen to hear feedback on this too....after breastfeeding 2 kids my beautiful 32c boobs inflated to a DD and have now shrivelled up to a B. also a pancake B.lol have been thinking about the boob job option too but am a little scared of something being stuck in my boob :S






Yes I think thats my other issue is that something is just sitting in there. I have aproblem with IVs simply because it stays in the arm sometimes for days. It was something I brought up to my husband and he could careless, he says my butt looks good at thats all her cares about. I would just like to feel good when I put a shirt on where as now I feel like a 13 yr old boy trying on his moms bras.

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I have fake breast. I got them after my first was born. I had the same problem....I had beautiful natural perky breast and, then they were not saggy but they were flat...like pancakes. Getting my breast done lifted my spirits and was the best thing I did to my body besides having my kids. I tried breast feeding with my second w/ my implants and he did not take. My nurse said it was more than likely due to my implants. That is not the case for everyone but in mine I do think it was. Everyone is different. If you were not able to breast feed before having implants chances are you will not after. I am coming up on my 9th yr having them and my doctor at the time said to replace them every 10 years is best but you can wait until every 20 if you are not having deflation and really bad ripples from the bag. But you do not want to go any longer than 20 yrs without getting them replaced. I say get them....you will love them!!

Jamie - posted on 03/24/2009

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Quoting Esh:

i agree - if u can, go for it &as far as i know u can breastfeed with them and it depends on the implant (whether they need replacing and wat not) - i THINK that the silicone one have a life expectancy of about 20 years (or they used to)... but its important just to do thorough research before hand form more then one source /doctor...

just curious tho - how did u lose the weight? i weighed 47kg before being pregnant and have not stopped gaining weight - i exercise, and eat healthy... iv been to a dietician, who said my diet was perfect and had various blood tests done and its all normal...



To be honest I think most of my weight loss was due to good genes. I also watch how much I eat not really what I eat. I have a very fast metabolism, Ive noticed that i can eat jsut as much food as my husband and he weighs 180 and he will be full for ever, yet 2 hours later Im starving. I also am not on any birthcontrol, I had been for the past 2 years, I was on the shot, I then had the mirena put in, but had complications, I had started dropping pound within weeks of getting it.  But to tone up I use a Sports Hoop. Its a weighted hula hoop. Best work out Ive ever had, its  a 4 lb hula hoop I do it every other morning for 5-10 minutes. My sister-in-law told me about it about a year ago. The girl in my office borrowed mine for a week and is now ordering her own.

Emily - posted on 03/24/2009

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I should probably be sending this in a private message but I will put some of it outhere for the whole net to read! I have implants. I got them when my oldest was almost three years old (She actually nursed right up until I went into the surgery!). I got pregnant two weeks later with the second child (on purpose) I noticed that my nipples hurt a lot more that time in early pregnancy but that doesn't have to be from implants. I am not sure why I got them. Mainly to balance out my butt in a bathing suit I guess.  I had not problems being pregnant with implants and none nursing. My second daugter is 2.5 and she still nurses. My doc. said they do need to be changed out every 20 years or so. But I figured I will be able to pick out a different size or something to fit better with an aging body.  It hurts for the first 3-4 days like hell, but vicoden helps!  I don't really like how they feel- there is no way it could e mistaken for natural and I don't like when my husband touches them- but that might also be touched out from being pregnant or nursing for 7 years strait!

Kirsty - posted on 03/24/2009

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id be keen to hear feedback on this too....after breastfeeding 2 kids my beautiful 32c boobs inflated to a DD and have now shrivelled up to a B. also a pancake B.lol have been thinking about the boob job option too but am a little scared of something being stuck in my boob :S

Esh - posted on 03/24/2009

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i agree - if u can, go for it &as far as i know u can breastfeed with them and it depends on the implant (whether they need replacing and wat not) - i THINK that the silicone one have a life expectancy of about 20 years (or they used to)... but its important just to do thorough research before hand form more then one source /doctor...

just curious tho - how did u lose the weight? i weighed 47kg before being pregnant and have not stopped gaining weight - i exercise, and eat healthy... iv been to a dietician, who said my diet was perfect and had various blood tests done and its all normal...

Kate CP - posted on 03/24/2009

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Quoting Ashley:

i personally don't have that problem. while i was pregnant i was a 38FF and am now a 36 DD:( but my friends mom had implants years ago and her dog jumped up on her and popped her boob, so she had to have it replaced, but i think now they should be for life. i would talk to a doctor and get as much information as you can. don't let the breast feeding stop you, i know someone who had kids after she got implants and she breast fed she just had to take medicine to increase her supply. i say research it and go for it. good luck.


Dude! Seriously?! Wow...how do you explain that to your doctor? "Yea, my dog popped my titty." 



Back at the ranch...



Jamie, if you want the augmentation then go for it. Although I think it's called a lift if you're not going for size? You're healthy, you have a good marriage, you have beautiful kids...I'd say if you want it you've earned it. 



Personally I don't understand the appeal of huge boobs. Mine make my back hurt. Trade ya? ;)

Ashley - posted on 03/23/2009

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i personally don't have that problem. while i was pregnant i was a 38FF and am now a 36 DD:( but my friends mom had implants years ago and her dog jumped up on her and popped her boob, so she had to have it replaced, but i think now they should be for life. i would talk to a doctor and get as much information as you can. don't let the breast feeding stop you, i know someone who had kids after she got implants and she breast fed she just had to take medicine to increase her supply. i say research it and go for it. good luck.

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