How do I decide what breast size I want?

I want to have breast implants but I'm not sure what size to go with. How do you decide?
Date: Sun-Jan-3-2016-
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Most women who have breast surgery start as a AA, A or B-. Most will want to achieve a C cup, but as there is no standardised 'cup' size the best thing is not to focus on the actual cup size. Instead, try to think about rather the look of the breast you are going for, particularly in relation to your frame. 

Have a look at magazines and pick a few pictures that you like. Take these photos to your surgeon and let them guide you as to what is possible and will look best - a highly experienced and well recommended surgeon will be best for this. Some surgeons can even use computer programs to help you visualise what different sized implants will look on you.

Importantly, the look of your breasts after the implant surgery can vary according to surgical technique. For example, plastic surgeon Mr. Turton says that while his patients don't normally want a prominent rounded appearance in the upper bust, it is possible to use techniques to achieve it should you like it. Alternatively, he can use other implants and techniques to produce a more natural look.

Reference:
Cosmetic Breast Surgeon Mr Turton (www.cosmeticbreastsurgeon.co.uk
[d] By: abnormal
Date: Sun-Jan-3-2016
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There are more factors to keep in mind than just the 'size' of the breast cosmetically. You will need to keep in mind the look of the breast (natural or fake), your lifestyle (how active are you?) and the risks associated with the size of the implant.[1]

Some women will want to go for the 'fake' looking breasts - you know the breasts that are very round and don't have a natural slope to them. Others will want to go for the natural look, just larger. Others will want to go for something in between. This is something you will need to discuss carefully with your surgeon to make sure you are happy with the end result.[1]

Regarding the size itself, you probably have read that sometimes breast implants can interfere with sports like swimming, yoga, tennis, golf etc. The bigger the implant you go for, the more likely you'll have problems with the breasts 'getting in the way'. 

Lastly, the larger the implant you get, the larger the risk of complications and detrimental changes: e.g. breast sagging, palpability, less natural appearance, numbness, arms rubbing against side of breasts, ache, and future malposition.[2]

As Roland mentioned, your surgeon can talk you through the different options as well as show you computer images; but in addition to this I'd suggest you ask them for a trial implant to take home and use under your clothes for a day or two to get used to what the final product will look like and how it works in your life.[1]

Reference:
[1] JustBreastImplants.com www.justbreastimplants.com/
[d] By: tiger
Date: Sun-Jan-3-2016
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