| MsBMW wrote:|
Girl I want one done sooo bad I'm skurred!! I haven't found a good breast doc for Black women in the area..will keep looking...
Take your time MsBMW.
And when you go for consults, really look at the doc's work.
For instance, look at both breast to check for symmetry. Check nipple line, areola, fullness and scars.
When I went back for my check up, I asked to look at his pics again. I noticed that practically all his patients had a scar that didn't look as flat as the other side.
I was like, well dag, I thought it was that I had a thin keloid. Very thin. But then I was like, is old boy fumbling because he's left handed or something? Something was going on.
Anyhoo, also ask how they plan to move your nipple!!! I had some desensitivity for a couple of years. He told me "that'll come back" but didn't say how long.
All in all, it was good and I love the way they look, but yeah....ask away. Make a list and don't be shy about bringing it with you.
A good doc will be more than happy to engage.