How much is a boob job & is it painful?

How much is a boob job & is it painful?

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Judith P Williams

Martin, TN

#1 Jun 1, 2009
I would like to get one, i need one. how much does it cost and does ot hurt?
guest

Miami, FL

#2 Jun 1, 2009
most any invasive surgical procedure is both painful and risky....my advice is to be happy with what God blessed you with! Most girls with large ones want smaller and vice versa---kinda like blonde vs brunette...good luck!
Judith

Dyersburg, TN

#3 Jun 2, 2009
I'd like a reduction myself. Maybe we could split the cost?
yes

Argyle, FL

#4 Jun 2, 2009
Judith wrote:
I'd like a reduction myself. Maybe we could split the cost?
i have had a reduction... it was about $8000 or so 10 years ago... so not sure now... most insurance companies will pay for it if it is medically neccesary as mine did. BUT this is not the pace to be asking for answers to those questions. Start at your medical Dr's office or consult a plastic surgeon... they are the ones who can give a price etc.

And yes any time you are cut open it is going to hurt... but the pain is minimal if the desire is greater... mine was anyway... about a 6 weeks recovery time... 2 weeks of soing nothing and 4 weeks of doing very little.
GOOD LUCK!!

CALL A DOCTOR!

Since: May 09

Dyersburg, TN

#5 Jun 2, 2009
Don't do it. Most guys prefer natural bossoms regardless of how ample they might or might not be, and if you really think of the type of guy that likes fake ones, you'll probably wind up thinking of a douchebag.
guest

Miami, FL

#6 Jun 2, 2009
I have checked with several between Paris and Memphis. Average is $3900-$5600, depending on implant type and doctors fees. Silicone cost more than saline.

I have 3 friends that had them done on Friday and were back at work on Tuesday or Wednesday, but everyone is different.

I would recommed Dr. Boyd in Paris. If I decide to have the surgery I will go to him.
DD4ME

Kingston, GA

#7 Jun 2, 2009
I agree...Dr. Boyd in Paris is VERY good. I've seen his work on four women in Dyersburg...and they all look great. He's on the low end as far as cost goes as well.
I've been asked before "which do you prefer...real or fake?"...and my answer is always "Doesn't matter, they both taste the same!"
DD4ME

Kingston, GA

#8 Jun 2, 2009
Also...as far as whether to do it or not...

Do it, as long as it's for you. Not for someone else. Not to save a relationship. Only if you honestly want it to help your own self esteen.

I see it no more 'un-natural' as makup or tattoos.
Danny

Southaven, MS

#9 Jun 2, 2009
Ask any of the Pink Poodles, they would surley know
GUEST

Sioux City, IA

#10 Jun 2, 2009
Well, Judith said she wanted a reduction so i would imagine that this has to do with the weight of her breast and back problems. I had an aunt who had a breast reduction done she lives in middle tn, but i do not know who she used or the cost but her reason was because of her back problems but it seemed like no time and she was up and doing what she normally done.

Since: May 09

Dyersburg, TN

#11 Jun 2, 2009
DD4ME wrote:
Also...as far as whether to do it or not...
Do it, as long as it's for you. Not for someone else. Not to save a relationship. Only if you honestly want it to help your own self esteen.
I see it no more 'un-natural' as makup or tattoos.
I know this is going to sound bass-ackwards, but I really have to question the validity of the "do it for yourself" advice. I mean, if you think that bigger boobs are going to help your self esteem, isn't that just a symptom of a bigger problem? I'm not saying don't get them under any circumstance, because at the end of the day we do all modify our looks to some extent, but this is one of the more extreme, not to mention costly ways to do so. Personally, I'd reccomend trying an active lifestyle, being involved in church, getting therapy, etc. before going under the knife. These are all healthy, inexpensive (well, therapy might be kind of expensive, but it's more likely to be covered by insurance than a boob job) ways of boosting your self image and self confidence. Of course, if you've done at least some of this and have pretty good self esteem as it is and just want bigger boobs on some cosmetic level than go ahead. Unfortunetly I don't think that's the case with most women who get breast augmentation.

Also, don't forget that some boob jobs go wrong, even if you can afford the best docs. Just look at Tara Reid.
I do

Dyersburg, TN

#12 Jun 2, 2009
i think if you want then by all means get them. i've had mine for about 20yrs. i've never been sorry.yes it is painful but it depends on how bad you want them.
jen

AOL

#13 Jun 2, 2009
dr boyd is a nice guy, but he's NOT a plastic surgeon. you pay for whaqt you get
dburg man

Sioux City, IA

#14 Jun 2, 2009
combat_rock wrote:
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I know this is going to sound bass-ackwards, but I really have to question the validity of the "do it for yourself" advice. I mean, if you think that bigger boobs are going to help your self esteem, isn't that just a symptom of a bigger problem? I'm not saying don't get them under any circumstance, because at the end of the day we do all modify our looks to some extent, but this is one of the more extreme, not to mention costly ways to do so. Personally, I'd reccomend trying an active lifestyle, being involved in church, getting therapy, etc. before going under the knife. These are all healthy, inexpensive (well, therapy might be kind of expensive, but it's more likely to be covered by insurance than a boob job) ways of boosting your self image and self confidence. Of course, if you've done at least some of this and have pretty good self esteem as it is and just want bigger boobs on some cosmetic level than go ahead. Unfortunetly I don't think that's the case with most women who get breast augmentation.
Also, don't forget that some boob jobs go wrong, even if you can afford the best docs. Just look at Tara Reid.
Best answer by far. What kind of insecure loser "needs" fake tits?
guest

Sioux City, IA

#15 Jun 3, 2009
i give free estimates?
Unholy Southern Baptist

Miami, FL

#16 Jun 3, 2009
Combat rock rocks
what ever

Fort Walton Beach, FL

#17 Jun 3, 2009
combat_rock wrote:
<quoted text>
I know this is going to sound bass-ackwards, but I really have to question the validity of the "do it for yourself" advice. I mean, if you think that bigger boobs are going to help your self esteem, isn't that just a symptom of a bigger problem? I'm not saying don't get them under any circumstance, because at the end of the day we do all modify our looks to some extent, but this is one of the more extreme, not to mention costly ways to do so. Personally, I'd reccomend trying an active lifestyle, being involved in church, getting therapy, etc. before going under the knife. These are all healthy, inexpensive (well, therapy might be kind of expensive, but it's more likely to be covered by insurance than a boob job) ways of boosting your self image and self confidence. Of course, if you've done at least some of this and have pretty good self esteem as it is and just want bigger boobs on some cosmetic level than go ahead. Unfortunetly I don't think that's the case with most women who get breast augmentation.
Also, don't forget that some boob jobs go wrong, even if you can afford the best docs. Just look at Tara Reid.
READ The post this lady made... she wants a REDUCTION NOT an increase..... You ppl need to read FIRST....
Jose

AOL

#18 Jun 3, 2009
i would cream on them, if that would help

Since: May 09

Dyersburg, TN

#19 Jun 3, 2009
what ever wrote:
<quoted text>
READ The post this lady made... she wants a REDUCTION NOT an increase..... You ppl need to read FIRST....
How about you read? Yes, there was another Judith who mentioned wanting a reduction but she has a different ISP and wanted to split the cost with the first one, so they are not the same person.
sameproblem

Newbern, TN

#20 Jun 4, 2009
To me it depends on how big you are now. When I was in my teens and Twenties I was small chested. Now Im fighting insurance to have a breast reduction. Let me tell you having bigger boobs isnt worth it. I hate mine DD!They are a pain in the but. Keep what God gave you and be happy! Just go get you a stuffed bra!
combat_rock wrote:
<quoted text>
How about you read? Yes, there was another Judith who mentioned wanting a reduction but she has a different ISP and wanted to split the cost with the first one, so they are not the same person.

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