Being a new mom, I'm finding myself saying things that I'm genuinely shocked to hear coming out of my mouth. Things like...
"I don't care if it's 8 o'clock. I'm ready for bed."
And honestly, getting breast implants was no different for me. Even today, there are things that I'm surprised to find myself thinking or saying. But don't get me wrong... Most of those surprising thoughts and comments are good things!
Today, I thought I would share some of those with you. And if you've already had your breast augmentation, I think you'll be able to relate :-)
"Wow, that lady has really nice boobs. I'll bet they're 400cc's."
"Oh I'm so sorry! My girls got in the way...."
"My boobs are too small. They're only a D-cup."
"Well, crap. Looks like I'm never doing that exercise again..."
"Seriously, cat... get off my boobs."
"Hey Babe... Do you think this dress shows too much cleavage?"
"Sweetheart, quick! Look at her... how do you like her boobs?"
"For God's sake... yes! Fake boobs still bounce. See?"
"You don't have this bra in a 30DD do you? Didn't think so..."
"My girls look AMAZING tonight!"
To your friends who ask if they can touch them... "Sure."
"Oh my god! I can actually feel them moving!!!"
"Treadmills? That's a terrible idea."
"So that's why I need to get a high-impact sports bra..."
"Oh that top is cute!! Nevermind... it has a built-in shelf bra."
Thoughts from Dr. Jeremy PyleI love that most of these are new to me. Lemme give you a little insight into being a surgeon: People tell you the doctory things they think you should know and almost never the: this is how my boobs changed my life day to day.
That's why I lean so heavily on our great team to help guide you through the process of choosing implants. Sometimes people say: I trust you to pick the rights size.
I want you to trust that our process has helped you choose your right size, not my preference. I'll help guide you. I'll do my best to make sure you are making choices in line with what your desires are.
But my team is so great at this particular thing that I'd advise you tell them what you want, show them what you want, and let them help.