At 18% body fat I have huge, saggy, unattractive breasts that are killing my back. I tried strenghtening exercises for my back and they didn't work. My breasts are screwing up my spine. Most guys I know prefer B or C cups, but I'm scared they would be turned off knowing I had surgery on them. I found a good surgeon. If the result are nice perky breasts with minimal faded scars, would you still be turned off knowing your girlfriend/wife had a breast reduction?
Most Helpful Guy
I want you to forget what the "guys" like or prefer B or C cups, I want you to think about yourself and what do you want? Without you thinking about what others might think, if the answer is "yes" and you've done the thinking that go ahead, if your unsure, since you are and asking here, I would say "no" because your decision is based on other people telling you.
You should know whats best for you but since you are asking here, it tells me that there is a conflict inside you, I would wait up till you have a clear mind on what decision to take.0
Most Helpful Girl
Fuck what guys think, because this is about YOU.
Guys ACTUALLY don't "prefer" ANYTHING.
Really, they don't. Especially not as an aggregate ("guys").
*pssssst* lemme tell you a secret:
Guys talk a lot of shit, but... at the end of the day, they "prefer" whatever the hell is in front of them.
Here are some statistics:
• Number of quality men who would be with you WITHOUT a reduction, who'd pass on you WITH one:
• Number of quality men who would be with you WITH a reduction, who'd pass on you WITHOUT one:
Fuck the haters.
Also, fuck everyone who thinks that men's "preferences" actually are a thing that could possibly make any bit of a difference here. (Hi, @intraluminal)
Have you been doing REAL back strengthening exercises?
I'm talking about sets of 3 to 8 reps, with HEAVY weight, to FAILURE. None of this bullshit 25-reps-in-a-physical-therapy-office stuff. I'm talking about the kinds of lifting that SERIOUS ATHLETES do.
Have you been METICULOUS about yr posture?
I'm talking about developing the kind of kinesthetic awareness where you are absolutely aware of the presence of EVERY last vertebra. You know EXACTLY when you are starting to slouch; you know EXACTLY how many degrees you are out of line; you can tell the difference between "good"/"therapeutic" discomfort and "bad" discomfort; and, most important of all, you understand the trade-off between short-term discomfort and long-term correction of yr posture.
*PLEASE* do not make a final decision until the answers to 4A and 4B are both "YES".
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