Question: I’ve been considering breast implants due to volume lost after nursing 4 babies. I’ve researched a lot about the procedure and all possible complications so am very informed. Just wanted input on being confident sexually as is as well as your opinions on getting the surgery.
A woman’s breast goes through many changes throughout a lifetime. Different factors such as age, pregnancy, and simple genetics play a part in how they look. I will say that I believe in trying to change physical appearances naturally, such as working out, before doing something that is permanent. After all, if someone were to want to lose weight they would first exercise and change their lifestyle before undergoing surgery for a quick fix.
Sometimes we do need medical intervention to get desired effects. My husband didn’t get braces until he was in his forties. I always thought my husband looked fine with the slight overbite that he had but it was something that bothered him for many years. Was it essential? No. Did fixing his overbite help his self confidence? Yes. Does he look different now? No, not to me but when he looks in the mirror he sees a big difference. He is happier with how he looks and much more quick to smile now.
If getting breast implants is something that will give you higher self esteem and sexual confidence then I say go for it. Just make sure you do your homework and thoroughly research the procedure as well as the surgeon. Some women are satisfied with buying bras or lingerie that accentuates their breasts but being unsatisfied may go much deeper for others. Some women feel like they are taking a ‘costume’ off when removing these lingerie/bras. Just be sure that you are done having babies because your breasts will continue to change with pregnancy.
When women think about getting breast implants it is important to identify why they want this change. It is a matter of the heart. If it is to get attentions from someone other than their husband or try to become someone other then who they are than the matter goes deeper then augmenting a pair of breasts. In that case there is probably something that needs to be looked through some counseling.
You have said that you have educated yourself on the procedure, the good as well as the bad. Just make sure you look into the surgeon and you may even want to record your conversation with him/her to ensure that you don’t miss pertinent information. I wish you luck. Hopefully your procedure will bring you the confidence you are looking for and a smile to your face too.
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