It’s been a year l had my operation with Transform so I thought I would give you an update. I was approached by Transform to do a short interview about my experience so I thought I would share it with you too.
What were your reasons for undergoing surgery? Did it affect your social life, relationships, job, every day life?
I would say, it affected all of these things. I was so insecure about how I looked it changed how I did everything. I have more confidence in general, so my career naturally progressed. I started blogging once I had recovered from the surgery, as I felt confident enough to take pictures of myself. I even joined a netball team so I made loads of new friends, which is something I wouldn’t have done before as I wasn’t comfortable in my own skin.
With regards to my relationship, I have aways wanted to have this procedure done. As long as I can remember it’s all I ever wanted. My other half and I had only been together about 6 months, he was very supportive and helped me with my recovery. Getting him to wash and dry my hair was the best part, I hate having to do that! Since the procedure I have so much more body confidence that it was bound to change our relationship for the better.
What difference has it made to you and your life?
In general I feel much more confident and out going. I can wear the clothes I want to wear without thinking twice. I have made more friends, and progressed my career. In general I am a much happier person. The only way I can describe it is by getting you to imagine having a little monkey sat on your shoulder telling you not to wear certain clothes, or making nasty remarks about you appearance, and every time you look in the mirror you feel awful because of that nasty monkey pointing out your flaws. Then one day someone takes that monkey away and you are free of all that negativity. It is bound to change you in more ways than just feeling better about how you look. I have suffered with depression in the past and currently receiving treatment for anxiety issues, so I may be an extreme case of how this procedure effected me, but you can get the idea.
I have had a lot of people voice their opinions about my procedure, but I can honestly say no matter what anyone says this is the best thing I’ve ever done.
Anything else interesting you might want to tell us about you or your surgery?
I had never had any surgery before, so I was quite nervous about going under GA but I had the loveliest nurse talking to me and calming me down. We were talking about her son and all sorts. It was a much-needed distraction. Everyone I came into contact with was so lovely. The women I first met for my consultation remembered little details about me, asking me how job interviews were going and little details she didn’t have to remember. It was a very personal experience, I didn’t feel like a number which is really important to me.
The only before and after pictures I have are completely nude, so I don’t want to plaster them all over the internet so here are some up to date boob pictures yay boobs!
These are my pre op boobs.
I understand that not everyone who wants a breast augmentation can afford to go and have one done tomorrow. All I would suggest is that if you are looking at it, consider transform as I could not have had a better experience. They do offer finance, but not everyone wants to do that. This isn’t a procedure that should be rushed into. I have known I have wanted this done for as long as I can remember. Saying that, it was about 3 weeks from me having my first consultation to me actually waking up with beautiful boobs. I didn’t have to wait around for my procedure which was another thing that made this experience all the more better. I have a couple of other procedures I want done and I would 100% use Transform again. If you have any questions let me know, or check out my Q&A post.
Side note, I am not saying that small boobs are bad. All I am saying is that for me I wanted to change them and I feel it changed me for the better.