Candid Thoughts: The Horror of Frankenboob

For me, one of the most difficult parts of having a breast augmentation was the 3 to 4 month period between the procedure and dropping and fluffing—the process where implants go from Frankenboob, all up around your collarbone, to actually looking like you wanted them to.

If you are currently waiting for your implants to settle down, I want to encourage you today.

I know it’s difficult.

I know it seems like something is wrong. And I know it seems like they’re never going to look just like you want them to. Sure, sometimes complications happen, but being anxious about it isn’t going to help one way or another.

Take a breath, and then another one, and then look around. There so many women who would love to connect with you today… There’s just something magical that happens when we shelf our own worries in order to pour into someone else.

It always makes things brighter.

Hi, ladies!

I am so glad you're here, because I know exactly how it feels to look in the mirror and feel self conscious.

That was the story of my life until I made one of the best decisions of my life—getting a breast augmentation. I want you to know that there is no shame in you considering breast implants, and you are absolutely worth the investment.

If you're ready to LOVE the reflection you see in the mirror, then I'm here to guide you every step of the way!

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2 thoughts on “Candid Thoughts: The Horror of Frankenboob

  1. Curious says:

    Thanks for all the great articles. Is it true you need to replace implants and that saline only lSt about 10 years and silicone closer to 20?

    • Eden Knows says:

      You’re welcome!
      Implants are not considered lifetime devices so overtime, it’s expected that the implant shell will fail and a revision will be needed. With silicone being as cohesive as they are now, it will be hard to know if the shell has failed. It’s really important that if you do decide to get silicone implants, make sure you get an MRI every 2 years to check the integrity of the implant shell. Better to be safe! 🙂

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