I'm scheduled for the 27th of July, and would like some info. But first:
- Never have had ANY type of surgery before
- Never taken prohormones or steroids before
- Never had any problems with my nips till this March (took )
- kina lean, BF% maybe 18? anyway I don't need lipo thankfully, just a smidgeon maybe? We're still discussing it.
- Have had 2 consultations with 2 different doctors, both sounded promising and had good records online. One had a harvard degree but that was directed towards facial reconstruction surgery and couldn't find any of his gyno reviews, also he charged 5500$ while the other one had more gyno reviews was a little more helpful and sounded more knowledgeable (he talked about the whole movement of the arm thing). Another thing is he wants to take a minimal amount of tissue apposed to too much which I think is much safer. he's 4350$
My main concerns/thoughts are:
1) I've heard some people are left with "craters" from this kind of operation and I'm wondering how to avoid that, how often do people get them and what makes them more likely to occur glandular excision or lipo? The patients I've seen who had this problem had both glandular excision and lipo.
2) relaxed vs flexed/"animated" results...WTF?!?! How can there be two kinds of results...I don't get it.
3) I'm wondering if I should see an endo just to make sure this problem won't reoccur, and if so how much do they cost and what exactly do they do?
4) After surgery I have heard of all these time periods such as the time frame you have to wear your vest, time frame you have to avoid sunlight, time frame it takes for swelling to go down, time frame for returning to work, etc. One doc says its 3 months to avoid the sun and another says its a year...one says you have to spend just 1 week in the vest and off work, another says it will take 3. Anyway I can get a better answer for myself?
5) Bottom line: What is the success rate of this procedure and will my nips go back to "normal"? Is it worth it?
Thanks in advance and sorry for so many in-detail questions.