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Tummy Tuck Before and After Picture
When you are thinking about having plastic surgery, you’ll want to gather as much information as you can. You might schedule a consultation with a surgery center and ask the plastic surgeon a lot of questions. However, tummy tuck before and after the best resource to learn more about a plastic surgery procedure are often the people who have had that procedure.
“I have learned that it’s okay to be imperfect but that it’s also okay to want to do something about it. I absolutely did not have this procedure for anyone but myself. I wanted the outside of me to reflect how I felt on the inside. So that is exactly what I did.” – From My Tummy Tuck DiariesMuch like childbirth is such a vivid memory for us women who have undergone it that we can recount all our roller coaster emotions even years later, a person who has had, say, a tummy tuck, is best suited to recount her experience in all its detail. Especially if she is a writer.
Eyewitness Account of a Tummy Tuck
We recently came across “My Tummy Tuck Diaries” on the blog Addison’s Wonderland and thought we’d share it with you here. If you’ve thought about maybe, perhaps, one day, getting a it but still hesitate about going forward with it, reading about Brittany’s journey throughout her entire procedure will give you a much better understanding of what it might entail for you. It will also help you decide which questions to ask, how much time to take off, what the recovery looks like, and more.
Why I “Needed” a Tummy Tuck
Brittany starts out with passing on her doctor’s wisdom on how to test if you “need” a tummy tuck (as well as a breast lift, which she also had, which actually makes her procedure a Mommy Makeover). She had gone through quite a bit of weight gain and then lost that weight again, and that typically does not go over well with your skin. “I had a LOT of extra skin,” her informal test confirmed. So she made the decision for a full abdominoplasty, which is the fancy name for tummy tuck.