I recently had a consult with a surgeon in Scottsdale (here in AZ) and it went okay. Right now I'm trying to figure out which procedures to get first because I want all of them (5) equally soooooo bad. It's torture having to choose! Let me break it down.
Mastopexy with Augmentation:
Dr. S won't do breast implants without a lift (otherwise it wouln't look right) so that's 2 procedures in one. I want my breasts done because I literally have NO breast tissue and I've never felt like a woman. I just want to fill a bra for once in my life. All I have is deflated loose skin there. It's so embarrassing
What I wouldn't give to walk into Victorias Secret and pick out a bra I like, and actually fill it out (without it being tripple stuffed).
The way pants fit, well, they don't. I have a lot of skin on my thighs and jeans/pants just don't fit right (or at all). This is one of my huge priority surgeries (the second one). I really need a lower body lift but an inner thigh lift would improve the way my my pants fit tremendously!
My first priority surgery. I live in Arizona so I'm always in a tanktop. It's really embarrassing having bat wings - especially when I'm only 25.
I always have to be careful when I reach for something, and always have to be concious about how they look. It's a huge drag and the surgery would be amaaaazing for my self confidence (as would be other ones above this).
Tummy Tuck (revision):
In 2006 I had an extended tummy tuck. I then had 3 kids within 3 years. My muscles are ruined. If I don't hard core suck in I look atleast 6 months pregnant. Lately there's constantly a lump and I'm constantly bloated. I know it's a hernia and I have to have it fixed, but what do I do? Get this lump fixed? Or get 2 lumps placed in my chest!? LOL!
I neeeeeeeeed all these surgeries but it's so expensive! I mean, I know I'll get all these surgeries eventually, but that sounds hideous having to wait for some of them. I have to decide and stop changing my mind every 5 minutes. bLaaaaaH.
Anyway, I have another consult this Tuesday (May 15) because I want a couple different point of views. The surgeon I'm seeing next actually specializes in post massive weightloss patients so this should be good for me.