The reason why I went through a Breast Augmentation Before and After journey is beyond aesthetics.
I think that it’s safe to say that most women desire to have an ample amount of lady lumps. Some are like me who want the bombshell look. Others prefer a tasteful C-cup and some are adventurous and go straight for the Guinness world record for having the biggest boobs.
Going back to why I’m sharing my Breast Augmentation Before and After journey. you first have to know that I’m a transgender woman.
As transwomen, we can grow breasts from hormone replacement therapy. Most of us however, are not satisfied. Hormone replacement therapy cannot give you anything beyond a B-cup.
I’m not like other lucky transwomen who have really tiny shoulders. I need something to distract men from looking at me like I’m a linebacker.
I personally have been bullied for being a transwoman and trust me, I need silicone in my life.
“Silicone is salvation hunnie” if I’m being real.
Just a disclaimer, I’m not saying that you have to go through a Breast Augmentation Before and After experience for you to gain the confidence that I have now.
I’m weaker and let’s just keep it at that.
I needed something to validate my emotions through having big tiddies.
My past work in the adult industry also demanded me to have big breasts.
If you’re interested in going through breast augmentation surgery, keep reading.
Breast Augmentation Before and After: Amanda’s Story
Breast Augmentation Before and After Photo
Common questions about breast augmentation surgery are…
How much does breast augmentation surgery cost?
Where did you get your breast augmentation surgery done?
Are silicone breast implants safe?
Is breast augmentation surgery painful?
How long is the healing process of breast augmentation surgery?
Will my breast implants sag after some time?
I’m going to answer all the queries below and I’m going to separate each one by sections.
Questions about Breast Augmentation Before and After
How much does breast augmentation surgery cost? (Magkano magpa-opera ng boobs o magkano ang breast augmentation surgery?)
I underwent my Breast Augmentation Before and After journey when I was 22 years old (year 2012).
At that time, Silicone Implant was the popular type of implant for Breast Augmentation Surgery.
Nobody I knew recommended Saline Implants as they were outdated and when leaked, easily deflate.
My breast augmentation surgery in Manila, Philippines on 2012 costed 120,000 PHP (around $2,400 USD).
Around 2012, Saline Implants were cheaper. I’ve heard that some doctors offered it for 60,000 PHP but it simply wasn’t an attractive option for me.
I don’t know the rates now but I’m pretty sure they’re still between those numbers.
Where did you get your breast augmentation surgery done? (Saan ka nagpa-laki ng boobs?)
I had mine done with the same doctor who did my nose job (Read my Rhinoplasty story HERE).
Dr. Reyvic Cerilles of Instituto Estetico was the one who made my Breast Augmentation Before and After journey possible.
If you’re planning to get your breast augmentation surgery in Manila, Philippines, feel free to visit Instituto Estetico’s website HEREand look for Dr. Reyvic Cerilles’ contact number.
Are silicone breast implants safe? (Safe ba ang silicone breast implants?)
Silicone implant for breast augmentation is very safe.
Apart from it feeling uncanny with real breasts’ softness, the majority of people’s bodies doesn’t reject it.
Both silicone and saline implants are encapsulated in a silicone shell.
Silicone implants are made of silicone gel and are designed to stay in place when a leak occurs.
Saline implants are made of salt water (feels very soft) and can easily be detected when a leak occurs from the instant change in breast size.
PS: Silicone implants have the chance to be ruptured. When it happens, know that the components of the implants are very safe and won’t have major adverse effects on the body.
Note however that once implants are ruptured, taking them out and getting them replaced is the best option.
Causes of Breast Implant Rupture (Bonus)
Under Filling or Over Filling of the Saline Solution.
Physical Trauma and Accidents.
Careless handling of the implant during surgery.
Capsular Contracture (tissue contracts around the implant which is usually detected in the early months post-surgery). It should be fixed by the surgeon for free.
Defective Implants (uncommon because breast implants go through quality control)
Age of Implants (some things need to be replaced)
Most manufacturers promise a 10-year lifespan of breast implants. The good news is most people who’ve undergone a Breast Augmentation Before and After journey like I did get to keep theirs longer than the promised time.
Is breast augmentation surgery painful? (Masakit ba magpa-laki o magpa-retoke ng suso/dede?)
Mine was painful because I got my breast implants placed under the muscle.
The reason why I got mine done under the muscle is because the implants are more protected and gives a more natural look.
I modeled my breasts from Angelina Jolie’s side-boob scene from the first Tomb Raider movie.