There is an unpleasant side to breast enhancement surgery, and that’s the pain, discomfort, and post operational healing involved.
Of course it’s only natural to get excited about the “new you” you have to look forward to once you’ve achieved the bust size you’ve wanted for so long! How much better you’ll look in your clothes! The increased attention you’ll get either from your spouse, lover, or even just others in general. It’s quite exciting to anticipate what breast augmentation can do for your self-image and probably your love life!
But going into the procedure should be approached with wisdom and great care…and realistic expectations. There will be tenderness, possibly significant scarring (depending on how you choose, whether saline breast implants or silicone, and how drastic of an increase in size). Remember; the better informed you are, the better prepared—mentally and emotionally—you’ll be.
Talk to other ladies that have had gotten breast enlargements and get several different stories, and then of course to talk with only accredited plastic surgeon(s) about what can be expected. They can discuss, in detail, how long and difficult the healing process might be. Plus, remember to know your own body and how well you’ve healed in the past from injuries, etc. It would be a good idea to take the best possible care of yourself that you can, even keep up with exercise and a good diet.
The healing interim from breast enlargement surgery is inevitable. But patients and professionals can tell you what to expect, and how to best take care of your new breasts until you’re fully healed.