Ok so I'm 2 days post op and not feeling too bad! I did get nervous right before the surgery & when my surgeon marked me I asked if they would look & feel natural and he said since I have a lot of breast tissue to begin with and since I was getting smaller implants they should. So that made me feel better. Also I didn't get saline implants even though they were cheaper. I've always heard that silicone implants feel more natural and I felt both at my consultation. The saline ones just felt like a bag of water! It was a huge difference from the feel of the silicone ones. The morning before my surgery I was looking at my boobs and I realized I had more cleavage/upper breast tissue than I thought and I almost thought about canceling!
When I woke up from surgery I was really nauseas and I got sick which wasn't fun
I had heard anesthesia can make you sick so I knew it was a possibility. The morning after the surgery I got to see my boobs bc I went in to have my bandages removed & I put on a zip up sports bra w/ an ace bandage around the top of my boobs. When I looked in the mirror I was surpirsed at how good they looked bc I had heard it takes awhile for them to settle/for the swelling to go down. They really looked great & just like I wanted, I was almost in disbelief! They looked perfectly symmetrical & they fit my body nicely. They did almost look too big at first but I knew that the swelling would go down. I was also afraid that they would be like far apart because I've seen so many women that have implants that have a gap between their boobs. But mine looked almost a little closer together than before which made me really happy.
I have to sleep on my back for 3 weeks. Which is brutal because I ALWAYS sleep on my side, I've never been able to sleep on my back. I've been pretty sore but I've just been taking extra strength Tylenol and the muscle relaxer they gave me. I thought I would have a lot more pain since they put the implants under my muscle. I haven't taken any pain killers because they usually make me sick. I'm really glad I haven't had to take any. So far I'm happy with how everything turned out