Ever since I was a teen I wanted bigger breasts but I never developed past an A cup. Being tall and very slender I always felt un-proportioned. At times I was jealous of the girls who looked sexier but I learned to be content with my body. Those who know me would say I’ve always portrayed self-confidence. Yet deep inside I’ve always had insecurities about my breasts.
At 30, I gave birth to my daughter and when my breasts filled with mother’s milk I quite enjoyed it. But after 12 months of breastfeeding I went back to an A cup. But I also noticed my breasts felt less full and deflated.
My girlfriends, who also are mothers, all have similar complaints, if not worse. The childbearing process really takes a toll on your body that’s hard to imagine unless you’ve gone through it. And we always dream out loud about how wonderful it would be to repair our damaged bodies through cosmetic surgery. So I’ve decided to do something about it.
My Reasons Why
Here’s why Dr. Roger Khouri’s breast augmentation procedure using my own fat appealed to me:
- Safety. There are no incisions, no cuts. The procedure is minimally invasive and the recovery time is only a few days.
- I’ve never been comfortable with having a foreign object in my body unnecessarily so implants were out of the question.
- He uses my own fat, through liposuction, giving me the added benefit of body sculpting.
I decided to go for it.
Follow My Journey
I know there are many of you who feels this way. Through my journey I hope to uncover and answer all the questions and doubts that any woman would ask herself about Dr. Khouri’s breast augmentation procedure through fat transfer using Brava.
I’ll be blogging about my journey weekly. I will share about my appointments with Dr. Khouri, wearing the Brava device, and everything in between leading up to the surgery, which is scheduled for early February.
Although I’m super excited I’m also a little nervous. So if you feel inspired or hopeful please share your comments or questions and root me on. Because life is about creating yourself.