- Reason: Cosmetic
- Current Cup Size: B
- Desired Cup Size: C
- Body Type: Some extra baggage
- Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
- State / Region: Utah
- Country: United States
- Listed: August 4, 2018 12:08 am
- Expires: 39 days, 7 hours
I’m Taylor! I’m 22 years old, 5ft 6in and 146lbs, I take care of my body as much as I can with my disability from my stroke in the story below and also have hypothyroidism which makes keeping weight off and loosing it extremely hard. I have some extra fat after my thyroid putting me from 135 to 180 within 3 months before I was diagnosed.
When I was 15 I suddenly developed myocarditis after the flu mutated causing my heart to fail. I had to have immediate open heart surgery where chest tubes and a bivad machine was placed. I was in a coma for two weeks where two strokes also occurred.
Due to the prolonged coma and feeding tube I lost the majority of my fat and muscle.
When I woke up I was 75lbs, paralyzed on one side and attached to machines I’d never seen before.
6 years later I’ve regained most of everything and I’m healthy. Unfortunately the placement of one of the bivad tubes (to keep me alive) was in the breast tissue and when I lost my fat and the scar tissue from the tube formed, my breast tissue never grew back normal on the underside also causing the areola do grow dramatically too, or that could have been genetic.
I’m now faced with severely asymmetrical breasts and through years of self love and healing, it’s one area of my body that I just can’t get myself to love even to the point where my bras don’t fit correctly and I avoid looking at my chest entirely when nude..
I want to love myself again and I don’t necessarily want an augmentation, just for my “girls” to be more sisters again and not cousins; and have an areola reduction on my right breast.
I’ve finally overcome the fear to ask for help with this.
I haven’t spoken to a plastic surgeon about it yet but I’m estimating it to be around $7,500 (the cost of lift with implants because I don’t know if I will need implants to make them more even, also the reason why I put in a size difference.) not including our own savings and travel costs.
I do have a full time job (I work at a hotel by Hilton and my husband works at the hospital in town).
But due to my disability, lack of coordination, balance and permanent muscle weakness from my stroke, so most of the jobs that are here like your guiding, hike guides, construction, waiting, hostessing are all things I can’t do. I’m not just relying on donations and I am saving up myself as well with my income from my job that doesn’t go towards mortgage, food, and other bills.