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Old 07-07-2008, 08:56 AM   #1
 
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Smile how many cc's equal a cup size?

I am sure this has been asked before. But approximately how many cc's equal one cup size. if I am reading things correctly, its about 100-200cc's but the more petite you are, the less cc's are needed for a cup size. I am petite, 5ft2, 32b cup, 27.5 inch chest. Not that a Doctor can say for sure unless you are seen, but just curious about the cc's for saline and silicone in regards to cup size. thanks so much
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http://www.justbreastimplants.com/size.htm is where you can find all the info you are looking for. They say if you want to go from an A to a C, two cup sizes, then it can possible take up to 400cc's or so to achieve that. Check out the link above, you'll find it very informative. In there is also the calculations to do the rice test. It can help you visually see where you may end up. By the way...Welcome to the forum!! There is always someone here who cares! ~Shelly~

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Sounds good to me. If you are having trouble with metric system remember 30 cc's or ml's equals 1 oz of fluid.
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http://www.justbreastimplants.com/size.htm is where you can find all the info you are looking for. They say if you want to go from an A to a C, two cup sizes, then it can possible take up to 400cc's or so to achieve that. Check out the link above, you'll find it very informative. In there is also the calculations to do the rice test. It can help you visually see where you may end up. By the way...Welcome to the forum!! There is always someone here who cares! ~Shelly~

thanks shelly, i am going for two consults in next few weeks, and i am a 32b, not a full b, and would like to be a d, but i know i should not focus too much on the size. but i figure, if i am gonna spend the money, might as well go up as much as i can. I lost some weight, not a lot of weight but i am petite, so any amount changes me. i lost 10-15 lbs since last year, and guess where it came off! i used to be a full b, now i am a smaller b, and want to go as big as possible, as safely as possible, without looking strange! so i think 400ccs or 450cc, not sure about the profile since my ribcage is 27.5. i would go for mod plus, not sure about hp.

thanks for the welcome shelly and thats doctor for the response
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