At the time of writing this post, I am a 34-year-old, ordinary woman who suffered from small breasts all her youth. This situation was remedied when I had silicone implants in Tallinn in 2012. Now, in 2019, I am getting rid of my implants. My journey with Terhi and Johanna (yes, I named them back in the day) was not a long one in the end, nor was it full of adversity or problems. Nevertheless, I feel that my life with them is coming to an end.
In this blog, I will go through the events that led up to getting the implants. I will also share my experience of the surgery I had in 2012 and my recovery from it.
Since I started blogging, I have just booked an appointment for a consultation about breast implant removal. The consultation is two weeks away, and the surgery is also already booked. It’s just under a month away. The main focus of my posts will be on this process – breast implant removal.
Glad you found your way here. If you’re thinking about getting breast implants and you’re not sure what to do, you may have come to the right place. I hope that what I have written will help you and give you faith that breast implant removal can be the right solution for you and is nothing to be afraid of or ashamed of.
If, on the other hand, you are just considering getting implants but have some minor doubts, I recommend you read my posts. They might give you some idea of what life with breast implants is like when everything goes really well from the start, but something still seems to go wrong all the time.
ps. The blog updates really, really slowly, thanks to my busy life. I produce several different sites, one example being digitalcollaborationtool.com. I’m studying at the same time, so there’s not much time to update the blog. I also don’t check the email attached to the blog very often, as I tend to forget it all the time. A quicker way to get in touch is to comment directly on posts, which will be notified to me at another email address. 🙂