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Old 01-05-2010, 07:43 PM   #1
 
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Preventing bottoming out

Does anyone know what to do to prevent bottoming out?

Is this a problem with under-the-muscle implants?

I have very little breast tissue (I'm a small B) but I wanna go big when I get my BA, should I be wary of this?


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I agree, good support, but even then i've known girls to have BO so it may not always be possible to prevent, full unders have less chance on BO i think as the muscle holds up the implant underneath, but i have known girls with full unders to BO, theres no guarantee
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I had full unders and bottomed out.
Exactly, no guarantee x
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Does anyone know what to do to prevent bottoming out?

Is this a problem with under-the-muscle implants?

I have very little breast tissue (I'm a small B) but I wanna go big when I get my BA, should I be wary of this?


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I have full unders and bottomed out. I had very little breast tissue to begin with. Mine is slight bottoming out and now that I have been cleared to do so by my PS I wear only supportive underwire demi bras that put no pressure on the upper pole and only lift and support. This has helped me from bottoming out further. I have stayed at about 1.5 cm bottoming out on the right side only for the past two months. I kind of think it is just something that is unavoidable for some people. However, getting smaller implants lessens the chances as does going under the muscle. I have been told that even full unders aren't completely supported by your chest muscles. Even with full unders the bottom of the implant is only supported by muscle fascia (no good with anatomy so don't really know what that means).
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Wow, that's kind of scary. Did most of you have to pay more to get it fixed?

Now I'm apprehensive about this!
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I am one year post op (this month) and my right implant seems to be bottoming out. I have full unders also. It is just on my right side, it's actually very strange feeling. It is a bit freaky for sure. I have a follow up with my Surgeon next Thursday so I guess I'll have more answers then... I am just praying I don't have to have them re-done. I am guessing that it will be my $ for the anesthesiologist and for the facility. But again, next Thursday I will know more. I will try to remember to do a follow up here.

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Im 2 months post BA and my Righty is slightly bottoming out & sliding into my arm pit.... i just saw my PS & he told me that if im really unhappy and want to fix it that he would cover all costs....So im really happy about that.
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I have full unders and bottomed out. I had very little breast tissue to begin with. Mine is slight bottoming out and now that I have been cleared to do so by my PS I wear only supportive underwire demi bras that put no pressure on the upper pole and only lift and support. This has helped me from bottoming out further. I have stayed at about 1.5 cm bottoming out on the right side only for the past two months. I kind of think it is just something that is unavoidable for some people. However, getting smaller implants lessens the chances as does going under the muscle. I have been told that even full unders aren't completely supported by your chest muscles. Even with full unders the bottom of the implant is only supported by muscle fascia (no good with anatomy so don't really know what that means).
Fascia is very thin. If you've ever had chicken...it's the thin white stuff under the skin.
Fascia is what holds our organs, etc. together.
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