3 November 2023
How are you all!? I’ve missed you guys! I apologise in advance, but this is going to be a very boob-centric announcement. But let's face it, that’s the biggest thing going on in my life right now. I’m nearly 4 weeks post-op! And I'm happy to report that everything went very smoothly. No complications to speak of (touch wood!)
I can finally address some of the questions that you guys have been asking me for months. Some of these questions I didn’t even know the answers to until recently. I will try not to get too medical about it as I don't want to bore you (although as you know, that side of things is so fascinating to me!)
"Will I be able to feel the implants?"
I have spent lots of time testing this out, and I can confidently say the answer is no! Most likely due to the fact that I had a lot of natural tissue to start with, and because the implants were placed underneath that tissue and then also underneath the chest muscles, you can’t feel the implant at all when you squeeze my breasts. They’re very deep in there, against my chest wall, so they give me the oomph I wanted, without actually being detectable by touch.
However that’s not to say that they feel natural… yet! They are still quite firm as I am relatively early on in my recovery. But in the past week, I have been given the go-ahead to start breast massage. (Don't get too excited. It's not as much fun as it sounds). My surgeon recommends 2 sessions of massage per day, for the next 4 months, to ensure I get a really soft and natural end result. And if you know me at all, you will know that this is something I will approach with the utmost dedication! I am nothing if not a compliant patient.
I have also commenced some scar management techniques. I’m so happy with how thin and precise the scars are already, my surgeon is truly an artist. But as expected with this stage of healing, they are still visibly red. I’m cautiously optimistic for an almost undetectable result in the end though. (But this takes a lot of patience. Scars can take a whole 2 years to mature).
"Will you lose nipple sensation?
I asked my surgeon this at one of my first consults with him. As you may know, nipple stimulation has always been one of my favourite things to enjoy in the bedroom, so naturally it was something of a concern for me. His answer was, “maybe.. most likely… but it will probably return in time.” In the first week post-op I was numb all over my breasts. Much to my alarm, I couldn't feel a thing on the surface of my skin, just a dull throbbing ache deep in the muscles. But day by day I’m starting to regain the sensation. And judging by the sharp shooting zingers to my nipples over the last few days, I would say the nerves are definitely doing their thing and reconnecting. I'm hopeful that with a bit of patience, they will feel just as sensitive and pleasure-inducing as they always were.
“You’re not going to make your areolas smaller are you?”
To my surprise, I heard this from a lot of clients prior to surgery. My larger areolas were an insecurity of mine up until my mid 20s when I finally learnt to accept and even love them. But I had no idea how many guys actually prefer areolas to be on the larger side. Who knew!? The thing is, areola reduction is performed not only for aesthetic reasons, but also as part of the surgical technique to achieve a sufficient lift. I was reluctant at first, but my doctor explained this to me in depth and I agreed with his clinical reasoning, so he went ahead and reduced my areolas to the average size (which in case you were wondering, is apparently 4cm in diameter). To any of my large-areola-loving clients: I do hope you're not too disappointed by this, and I hope you can learn to love and accept my new areolas, just like I’m sure I will. Self-acceptance is a personal journey, but it’s made a tiny bit easier if those around you are supportive, so I would ask that if you do have any criticisms around my choices, that you try not to share them with me, at least not during these early stages when I am still getting used to my new body and am building up my self-confidence again.
“You’re not going any bigger are you?” Versus “I can’t wait to see you with huge boobs again.”
I’m not sure which of these two was the predominant opinion. I think it was about 50/50. The truth is, my personal preference is for larger than average breasts, and I did do this for me after all! I know it's not for everyone, but I'm not here to please absolutely everyone (sometimes I have to remind myself of that). I just like the way that large breasts look, and they make me feel at my most sexy, voluptuous and feminine. It’s too soon to tell exactly how big they’re going to be. I mentioned the "drop & fluff" process in a previous announcement, where it can take anywhere from 3 months, right up to 1 year, to gauge the final result. Right now the implants are still sitting a little high and tight, plus there's still a bit of swelling. Only once my muscles relax and release, will the implants drop down into their new pockets and "fluff out," and that's when we will know their true size. But my surgeon has estimated that I will measure in at a G cup, and he is a man who knows his stuff, so I think that’ll be pretty bang-on! I am predicting that I will be bustier than I was prior to pregnancy, but not quite as busty as I was during pregnancy, which is a happy medium for me. I know a G cup sounds quite extreme, but I don't feel like they look disproportionate on me, because I do have the hips and butt to balance it out. I've learnt that it's better to not get too hung up on cup size, and to just go with whether you like the way that they look. I would describe them as: "a fuller, perkier, firmer, and more symmetrical version of what I had before."
So the million dollar question: "Are you happy with them?"
Ask me again in a month or two! If I’m being honest, I don’t love them right now, just because they’re sitting too high and they haven’t dropped or softened enough yet. I prefer a more natural, less pushed-up look when I'm not wearing a bra... But I can definitely see promise! I can envision how they are going to settle in a few weeks time and I think they’re going to be exactly what I wanted. So all in all, I feel very hopeful. I'm trusting the process. What I will say is that I think they look amazing in a bra. I promise to post some pics in my next announcement.
Enough boobie-talk! Let me answer the other question that I know is on everybody's mind...
"When are you coming back?"
Very soon! I am working on a special service list for November, with a new pricing structure for these temporary services. So far I know that I will be offering 3 types of bookings: Social Dates, Sensual Massage, and Modified GFE. What on Earth do I mean by 'Modified GFE'? Well basically it is my normal GFE but with 2 conditions:
1) My bra stays on
2) No outfit requests
I know keeping my bra on is a bit of a bummer. I have these brand new assets that I'm sure you can't wait to play with, but I have to take care of my body right now and give it the time it deserves. I'm "protecting my investment," so to speak. The girls still need some support while they're settling. And this is partly why I can't accomodate 'Dress Me' requests. For my comfort, I need to ensure I'm in a supportive bra with non-irritating fabrics. Plus I'm also not sure which lingerie from my work wardrobe still fits! I'll have to go through and update it all at some point. These conditions of course mean that boob-play (groping and rubbing), nipple stimulation (licking and sucking), COB (cum on breasts) and showering together, are all off the cards for now. And it goes without saying that I would love for the tone and pace of our time together to be slow, soft and gentle (but there's nothing new about that really). There will be a small price reduction to make up for these changes to my usual GFE service ($50 discount per booking). However what I would advise is that you hold off on booking in if you think these 2 conditions might diminish the experience for you. I completely understand if you'd like to wait a couple more months until I am able to go topless. What I will say is that even in a bra, they are quite a visual treat, however a picture speaks a thousand words, so there will be photos in my next announcement if that helps you at all in making a decision.
Okay, that was a lot of reading with no reward. Here are a few more pre-surgery photos to break up all that text... Looking at these pics makes me really eager to get back into the gym! I never thought I'd say this, but that's actually been one of the more difficult parts of this recovery is not being able to exercise.
I know I have a full inbox right now and I'm sorry to keep you all waiting. Tomorrow is actually my birthday, so my plan is to take one more day off, and then I'll recharge my phone credit this Sunday and will begin to respond to you all then. I have a lot of enquiries to get through though, so it may take a day or two. Just bear in mind that I'll be going through them in order of oldest to newest, as it's only fair.
A little update on the current state of my hair: I haven't done anything to it since my last announcement but it's looking a little bit auburn now. Actually who am I kidding? It's literally ginger haha. But I knew this awkward in-between phase was coming. Here's a couple snaps from my early birthday dinner at Nobu last night (it was my first time going to Nobu!) You'll notice that the twins are very covered up. I wasn't feeling ready to show them off just yet. Thankfully this hair colour will be short-lived as I have another hairdresser's appointment this coming Monday. Fingers crossed I get close to my end-goal this time.
Well it was lovely to check in with you all, even if it was a one-sided conversation. I'll be back in a couple days with another announcement.
Talk to you soon my friends!