Wow! Has it really been that long? It’s amazing how time flies.

Here is the most recent picture. The holiday was pretty rough on my weight, fluctuating 3-10lbs over my lowest weight of 123, so I’ve been waiting for a good moment to snap a picture (lol).

The good news? They’re still the same size! I’m so glad I’ve been photo-chronicling the progress. I’m coming up on two years since my surgery and I’m feeling pretty confident in the results. I went from a 32B/C to a 32D/DD, depending on the type of bra and brand.

Results from 9 months after stem cell fat transfer breast augmentation

Here is a comparison of my 9 month after surgery picture and my 20 month, and you can visibly see the no-change (sadly, you can see the weight and bloat I put on over Christmas – damn Kryptonite cookies!)

The lipo scars ended up being really small and have turned white over the last year, instead of dark red. I have noticed some areas where they did the Vaser liposuction that have not healed properly. My stomach is one of them, there’s almost a little pooch around my belly button, and my inner thighs also did not heal very “straight”, if that makes sense. One side kind of dips with the other kind of bumps out. I do believe this is something that may be able to be fixed with a little more weight loss, exercise, and toning…or more Vaser.

Honestly, now that it’s been almost two years, I’ve been considering going back for a second round with the hopes of gaining 1 – 1 1/2 cup sizes. I would have them lipo my hip/thigh area this time and avoid the stomach. I think less lipo sites would mean less time on the table and ultimately less drugs, which made me kind of sick last time. The cost is really the only thing holding me back at this point.

Anywho, please don’t hesitate to comment or contact me with any questions or comments. I love hearing from you guys and hope that this blog is helping you make your own decision on whether to try this new cosmetic surgery procedure!

Previous Posts on Stem Cell Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation

One Year After Surgery
Nine Months After Surgery
Six Months After Surgery
Four Months After Surgery
Three Months After Surgery
Two Months And Change After Surgery
Two Months After Surgery
One Month After Surgery And Beyond
Week Four & Week Five After Surgery
Week Three After Surgery And Hormone Cream For Extra Enhancement
Week Two After Surgery
Week One After Surgery
The Surgery
My Cosmetic Surgery Journey Begins
If You Could Enhance Your Breast Size Naturally, Would You?

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  1. rach December 5, 2014 at 4:28 AM - Reply

    alice, I am just wondering if you have done second round of fat graft?

    • Alice January 8, 2015 at 4:03 PM - Reply

      Hi again, Rach!

      I have not done a second round, but maybe someday in the future I will!

  2. Karla March 21, 2015 at 12:30 AM - Reply

    How serious are the bumps and dips on your inner thighs? I assume it was worth it for the larger natural breasts! My main concern about doing to surgery is the potential complication from liposuction. Would you mind showing pictures of your inner thighs and the bump over your belly button in the next post?

    • Alice May 4, 2015 at 10:35 AM - Reply

      Hi Karla! I will definitely add some pictures of the lipo areas to my next post. They are not very noticeable. In the end, yes, it was still worth it for the breasts šŸ™‚

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