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Questions To Ask Yourself Before Getting Breast Augmentation

If you have been tossing around the idea of getting breast implants, then you want to make sure you are at the best point in your life for going through with the procedure. Here are some questions you want to ask yourself first, to make sure you are at the right point for getting them:

Can you afford a new wardrobe?

You may be so excited about the thought of getting breast implants that you saved up for the procedure and you are ready to go. However, if you haven't also saved up for a new wardrobe to go along with that new-size of chest you will have, then you can find yourself in quite the bind. You will have larger breasts and no where to put them, literally. You want to make sure you have enough money available to afford new bras, shirts, blouses and even pajama tops if you are going large enough that none of your current ones will fit you comfortably. This kind of planning can weigh in heavier than you think if you are considering the procedure.

Is your body in a condition you are otherwise happy with?

If you have some weight to lose or gain, then now may not be the right time for you to get breast implants. In order for you to know that you are going to be satisfied with them, you want to know just how they are going to look on you when you have your body in the shape you want it in and you plan on keeping it in. If you have implants put in while you are thinner than you'd like, then you may find they don't look as pronounced once you gain. If you get breast augmentation surgery while you are thicker than you want, then you may find they move in a way you won't be pleased with once you lose weight.

Are you going to be able to take time off to recuperate right now?

Once you undergo breast augmentation, you will need to be bandaged for a while, you will also be provided with pain medication and you will have follow up appointments. You can also expect some swelling and a fair amount of pain. Talk to your doctor and make sure you know exactly how long you should give yourself to heal and make sure now is the time for you to go through the process without work pressuring you or other things getting in the way of you being allowed to properly heal.