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boob reduction crisis

Posted by dominalush on Sat 29 Aug 2009 to dominalush

Ive been having a lot of upper back and neck problems lately,resulting in lots of pain and expensive trips to chiropracters.It seems the main cause of said problems is the size(and thus weight)of my 36g breasts...the doctor says i can have them reduced on the nhs(two year waiting list)and its left me in a real quandry.To me my breasts are a real part of who i am,they give me confidence and help me overcome my dislike of my,how shall i put it,reubenesque figure.without them i feel i will just be a dumpy little woman.but if i keep them i am in danger of developing whats known as a dowagers hump...so what to do...

to give pain is my pleasure......

Reply by MzStardust on Sat 29 Aug 2009

well imo i'd stick my name on the waiting list anyway as its two years away.. and in that time you will reach a decision.. you dont have to have the surgery when the time comes if you change your mind. In the meantime try and look at other alternatives which will give you added support to relieve the pain. you have approx two years to play about with to try and come up with something but by the time two eyars have passed, if the pain gets worse then you might be thanful that you put your name on the list when you did.

Reply by Painpet on Sat 29 Aug 2009

I'd have to agree with what MzStardust says, stick your name down anyway, a lot can change in two years. If it's causing you a lot of pain it may be worth having it done, by having them reduced it doesn't mean you have to go small, just a size that will stop the pain for you. You'd still have all the womanly cuves you want just without the pain. At least like MzStardust says the time gives you the option of finding other alternatives. Either way I hope you find the right thing for you that helps with or stops the pain:-) xx

Reply by lahmai on Sat 29 Aug 2009

I have a similar issue. I've tried chiropracters and have had better luck with acupuncture and shiatsu. You could also try Vini yoga which is very gentle and easy to do (and good for play stamina).

Reply by MistressGoth on Sat 29 Aug 2009

well. my neck & back arent affected as yet, I lost 3 stone last year, but my breasts grew 3 cup sizes, they are really starting to depress me to be honest, but like you, not sure I'd want such a dramatic change, but I know I need to do something within the next few years

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Reply by BarbieSlutLoki on Sat 29 Aug 2009

MistressGoth wrote:
well. my neck & back arent affected as yet, I lost 3 stone last year, but my breasts grew 3 cup sizes, they are really starting to depress me to be honest, but like you, not sure I'd want such a dramatic change, but I know I need to do something within the next few years

Can we do a swap then, Id love a big pairs of boobs, mOObs just arent the same ;)

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Reply by Icy_Stare on Sat 29 Aug 2009

I had mine reduced on the nhs about 7 years ago and I consider it the best thing I have ever had done... one was a lot bigger than the other .. so I did qualify for treatment , perhaps if you say you can take a cancelation then you will not have to wait 2yrs.. I think I only waited about 8 months.....

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Reply by Mistress_Amethyst on Sat 29 Aug 2009

MzStardust wrote:
well imo i'd stick my name on the waiting list anyway as its two years away.. and in that time you will reach a decision.. you dont have to have the surgery when the time comes if you change your mind. In the meantime try and look at other alternatives which will give you added support to relieve the pain. you have approx two years to play about with to try and come up with something but by the time two eyars have passed, if the pain gets worse then you might be thanful that you put your name on the list when you did.

I also agree with MzStardust,

but I do know someone who had a bust reduction....and she could not move her arms afterwards. just hope you have better luck ;-)

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Reply by MissP on Sat 29 Aug 2009

Health first. If they need doing, then go for it. TBH as a 38G and 43, yours will only start the great journey south soon anyway, so save yerself that grief while ya can ;)

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