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Roller-coaster and breast implants.

Old 11-23-2015, 01:12 AM
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Roller-coasters and breast implants.

Hi
A thought came to me last night..
You know on rides at theame parks, well the harnesses go on very very tight on your chest.. And I wondered if this could be painful. Also if you chest size could become an issue? Also would you feel your implants moving about?

Sorry if it's a strange one lol

Lisa x

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Old 11-23-2015, 05:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Tink78 View Post
Hi
A thought came to me last night..
You know on rides at theame parks, well the harnesses go on very very tight on your chest.. And I wondered if this could be painful. Also if you chest size could become an issue? Also would you feel your implants moving about?

Sorry if it's a strange one lol

Lisa x
Good question! I hope you get an answer from someone who's had them
longer because I love roller coasters!
When I go to the chiropractor and have to lay on my stomach for the adjustment I always use my arms to hold me chest a little off the bed when she presses on my back. I'm pretty protective oft new breasts!
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Old 12-09-2015, 03:33 PM
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I used to love roller coasters. Since CC is a risk at any stage I've ruled roller coasters out. They tend to jerk when stopping towards the end and I would hate for my boobs to hit the harness and a problem arise from that. My implants are only 4 months old so I'm not speaking as someone years out from surgery. My coordinator for my BA told me that 2 years after surgery a patient developed CC during a jet ski incident when she flew in the water front side first. Ouch!
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