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YourOwnChoice wrote:After the first couple of weeks many of us try when we are more comfy. I had to use a small pillow clutched to my chest to be able to sleep and still use it. Miki
I too still use a small pillow to cuddle with up against my breast... It just makes them feel better, and I have thought this might be the reason the feel so soft, b/c in the mornings my breast are at their best soft wise...
I think I have formed a new habit doing this, and I don't see me breaking it either... Just like I have to have a floor fan running to sleep it's the ever so slight hum that puts me out like a baby...
No way you can sleep on your side immediately after BA !
I just started sleeping on my side, waking up every 2 hours to change side at 3 weeks post op!
This is after I had taken a strong painkiller before I sleep.
If I don't take the painkiller, I absolutely cannot sleep at my side, even now at 3 weeks po.
Like what Miki said, save the butt lift for another day.
I was in the recliner for 3 weeks, then I eased back into side sleeping. At first I wore a tight bra with a sock rolled in my clevage to keep my boobs from moving at all. I also clutched a pillow to them. The less they moved the better. Now at a little over a month I can sleep however I want and with no bra. I'm glad all that's over with. I'd say save the butt for another day. I can't imagine how you could even move with all that done at once, although I know lots of girls here have had lipo and tt's and other stuff done at the same time. I'm too much of a wuss.
May 12th, 5'9, 120 lbs. Mentor, Saline, Unders. 350cc's 34AA-34C
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