The big question everyone ask me or wonder about. How much did it cost you to get your boobs done?
It’s a month since my surgery this 20th of February. And I went to see my Dr. yesterday for my second follow-up. He gave me the “ok” to go “ham” at the gym and to buy bras. GUYS, it was an awesome feeling! I can’t even describe it. I had to wear a sports bra everyday for the past month. I couldn’t wait for the day I could go back to wearing a bra again. So of course, I went bra shopping right after that follow-up appointment yesterday (pictures on my IG page “fear_ordinary”).
Anyway, what I have learned after doing much research is you will always find a place that will charge you less. You will always have plenty of options. But no money is more important than putting your life in someone’s hands that you trust. Someone that has years (10+) of experience in that specific surgery alone. Someone that has proven record of their work. It’s important that you feel extremely confident in your decision. Peace of mind is worth paying for.
When I started researching, I was debating whether to go get it done in Brazil or not. Brazil is 4x cheaper than Boston. However, I had to think about traveling back and forth, follow-up appointments, what if something went wrong and I was back in the U.S? You get what you pay for.
If getting a boob job is something you are highly considering. I would suggest that you save as much as you can and see the best doctors in town. Make sure you do a lot of research, and look up pictures that show their before and after work with women that share your same measurements (boob size, weight, height). If I had not done those researches, I would’ve made the biggest mistake of my life. I was looking at sizes alongside of 325 cc to 350 cc and I almost went with 350 cc. Once I started looking at girls with my measurements and what a 350 cc looked like after, I was not happy AT ALL. It was too small for me, I wanted bigger. I wanted to go up at least 2 cup sizes. It just didn’t make sense to me to drop so much money and go up only 1 cup size or less. I wanted it to be noticeable.
Lastly, after looking up hundreds of pictures, I decided to go with 400 cc. Big difference, right? And it was the best decision I’ve made. I could not be happier.
When trying to decide what size you want to go with- always remember. Most women regret not going bigger. Therefore, going bigger (at least in my opinion) is never a bad decision. Rarely, does anyone complain that they went “too big.” haha! I love my new twins, and I sometimes wonder if I should’ve gone slightly bigger myself but this is the biggest I could have gone. I maxed out my size! LOL!
It’s also important to speak to your Dr. of what is going through your head, specially if you have changed your mind a couple of times like I did. As he/she will stir you in the right direction.
I hope this was somewhat helpful to y’all. Really excited to share more as my journey continues!
xox-Until Next Time