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I just want to know if you can hear saline implants while your having sex I have not seen a post about this and I just want to know if it will sound like a washing machine Lol. I know its gross sorry!!!! But I think that other women are wondering this to, when I get it done i will be going for a C cup also I'm an AA. THANKS!
Last edited by Tirby on Mon Jul 27, 2009 8:40 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Lol I like how I have had 376 views on this post and only 4 people have commented. come on ladies I know some of those people who have viewed this post have implants or just know the answer. Also I'm pretty sure it will take a whole lot of ccs to get me that full c cup I want So if anyone has implants high up on the cc scale Id appreciate a comment from them on this subject. Also I cant remember if I stated that I want saline but as for now that's what I want thanks! I appreciate it! Love ya'll
I do not know from personal experience as I have silicone, but my understanding is that if for example you do like luckycharm327 did of having 270's overfilled to 320, you should not have any sloshing sound. It's when you have a saline implant only filled to the minimum amount that there is a tendancy to slosh somewhat. But I don't know that it can be 'heard', but you would be able to feel it, and perhaps think you hear it.
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