Diabetes and Breast Augumention....

2manypricks
By 2manypricks Latest Reply 2012-09-12 00:40:27 -0500
Started 2012-09-04 22:07:05 -0500

I soo would love to get my boobs done. Doc says she doesnt thing i should. Just wondering if anyone out there has done it and if so how was the healing process…


12 replies

jayabee52
jayabee52 2012-09-11 02:41:40 -0500 Report

howdy 2many!

may I suggest finding wound lady ~ http://www.diabeticconnect.com/users/1145944-... who works full time as a wound care nurse, and ask her for her opinion. She might have some insight about healing times for People with Diabetes.

If she is not on your friends list, then befriend her and inbox her about your question.

Not being an "owner-operator" of those items myself, I really can't speak to the value of having them enlarged, yet if it was something regarding "male enhancement" I know that more is not always better. It is more about how one uses the "equipment" with which God has endowed you.

My 2nd wife was blessed with breasts the size of eggs —- fried eggs (not much there) —— but when we were together, her lack of size only concerned her occasionally. I loved her just as she was and I would not have wanted her to change a thing about her body. In fact I would have been upset if she had decided to get a breast enhancement especially because she was so medically fragile. As it was I lost her to death way too soon to suit me.

But when we were together the size of our "equipment" didn't matter nor did the fact that I had "ED". We were together and in love and that is ALL that mattered!

Blessings to you and yours

James Baker

pixsidust
pixsidust 2012-09-06 22:38:00 -0500 Report

I had a friend who said the pain was not worth it. If you are heavy even a little having big boobs makes you look even heavier. If they leak it can cause all kinds of problems. I have also see where people have them removed because of the problems. You may have none at all but what are the odds?

2manypricks
2manypricks 2012-09-11 00:27:33 -0500 Report

Yes the odds are not for sure and this part does scare me.

pixsidust
pixsidust 2012-09-11 18:40:13 -0500 Report

lose weight, get the right push up bra and you will be the next best thing since sliced bread

2manypricks
2manypricks 2012-09-12 00:40:27 -0500 Report

very true…im just tired of being lost in everything by my 60's huh i will be a board for sure then. My father would be so cruel to me he said if i need a strapless bra he will buy me a band-aid Lmao!! May he rest in peace how this now makes me crack up LOl!!

locarbarbie
locarbarbie 2012-09-05 15:48:04 -0500 Report

Due to the fact that diabetic people tend to heal more slowly, I would not have any invasive procedure done that was not absolutely necessary.
I don't mean to sound like a mother, but I personally do not understand why a woman would want to look like a plastic cookiecutter version of what society decides a woman should look like. Aren't we beautiful in our diversity as God made us?
My daughter has complained about her breasts after breast feeding 4 children for a total of about 6 years. I feel that they are lovely badges of honor testifying to the loving nurture of those beautiful babies.

2manypricks
2manypricks 2012-09-11 00:29:18 -0500 Report

Very well put Barbie…I breast fed both my boys and upon the last one they caved in and…well im just not happy with them. This is the flattest ive been yet wth?!! Yes God does not make mistakes :) Thx for your honest reply xo

locarbarbie
locarbarbie 2012-09-11 06:54:35 -0500 Report

Good for you…and I do understand ( talk about deflated, wait til you are pushing 60!) But I think if you do a bit of research, there may be exercises geared toward building up the pectoral mucscles and providing a bit of natural lift. Certainly won't work overnight but it should help. Good luck…

Ms. DAT
Ms. DAT 2012-09-11 01:07:13 -0500 Report

Take a visit to Victoria's Secret, JCPenny, Khols, Macy or even Wal-mart, Target and go over to the bra section,pick up support,padded one first, you might have to shop around some to make a good choice for you.

I agree with Barbie diabetics healing process is slower than non-diabetics.
I have provided care for women who had breast surgery that and it wasn't a pretty site

So there are other options to consider to boost you up rather than surgery.

locarbarbie
locarbarbie 2012-09-11 06:48:52 -0500 Report

True Dat!!, lol! Sexiness is a state of mind more than conforming to what society dictates. Victoria secret type bras with chicken cutlets inserted to give a little oomph with matching panties…instant mental ( and bosom) uplift! Plus with all the money saved from not having surgery, the sky is the limit.

Ms. DAT
Ms. DAT 2012-09-11 16:03:10 -0500 Report

LOL Barbie!!! Yes maam and if the chicken cutlets is a doesn't work well, then take the padding out of the top of a jacket sleeve or get u some pretty soft cotton piece of material to insert. Trust me I have seen it done before by a much older women who had a breast surgery from cancer. I was given one of those special made bras but I gave it away to one of my teenage daughters because of different sized boobs..

Real Talk-! Many women whether diabetics or non-diabetics have reason for being dissatisfied with their body shape, especially with their breast which is a very sensitive matter.

The few things that I've suggested is real because I know ladies who have dealt and how they have overcome disapproval and accept what they had to do.
Sis, they stepped in high cotton, too!! lol!!

Ms. DAT
Ms. DAT 2012-09-11 01:07:13 -0500 Report

Take a visit to Victoria's Secret, JCPenny, Khols, Macy or even Wal-mart, Target and go over to the bra section,pick up support,padded one first, you might have to shop around some to make a good choice for you.

I agree with Barbie diabetics healing process is slower than non-diabetics.
I have provided care for women who had breast surgery that and it wasn't a pretty site

So there are other options to consider to boost you up rather than surgery.

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