I’ve passed the six month mark! I wish I had more to report since my 4 month post, but I don’t.

As for the size, it hasn’t changed drastically. The shape of my breasts has softened, and reverted more to their natural shape but they still remain very full. The lumps are almost all gone and the ones that remain appear to be shrinking.

The lipo sites seem like they’re 100% healed. I don’t get the stretching or pulling sensation when I move any more, and they’re not tender to the touch at all.

I’ve been using the Bio oil on the injection and incision sites, but the majority of them are still noticeably red. I am happy that they all are a lot smaller, though! I’m hoping within the next couple of months they fade away almost completely, leaving an unnoticeable scar. Some have already faded away to near nothingness, including the ones on my inner thigh and some of the injection sites around the nipples.

I’ve managed to maintain my pre-surgery weight (127 lbs). I’m still wearing a DD in Victoria’s Secret bras but the one unpadded Calvin Klein bra I have is just a D cup. I matched the cups on the two bras and they’re the same size so who really knows, a D and DD depending on the brand.

The measurement around my bust is roughly 35.5″; up from the 34″ around the three month mark.

There is little to no pain in the breasts. The last couple months there’d be random, sharp pangs (not horribly painful), but those have subsided.

As for the lipo results, you can barely notice anything. I suppose since I’m back to my pre-surgery weight, the lipo that I had done didn’t make much of a difference.

I haven’t taken a new picture, so I will have to add that later.

Overall, I’m very pleased with the progress. While they haven’t gotten any bigger, they haven’t gotten any smaller either – which is good!

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Read the next chapter in my stem cell fat transfer breast augmentation: Nine Months After Surgery

Previous Posts on Stem Cell Breast Augmentation:

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. Miss lee January 31, 2013 at 11:37 AM - Reply

    Would you feel your breast sagging? From the first month after surgery until now, It has been absorbed a lot…so is 90% survival rate…? I know that if inject more the survival rate will be lesser… For your case, how is it..

    • Alice February 1, 2013 at 9:31 AM - Reply

      They are definitely not as “plump” as they were right after the sugery, but they are no more “saggy” than they were before the surgery. As for the fat retention, it’s really hard to say the percentage of retention – from our calculations in cup size it’s right on with our original estimates, which I believe were 80% retention.

  2. karen February 14, 2013 at 12:25 PM - Reply

    I see you did do fat transfer..I live in Az…could/may travel to Ca. where there is a Doc. who does this..

  3. Miss lee February 23, 2013 at 1:59 AM - Reply

    I have my stem cell BA last month, my bruising is almost faded away and breast has softened 2 weeks after surgey. My size is not much different after 1 month. Before is A cup to C maybe C+ cup. Left is 400cc n right is 550cc. Nurse said that I can wear underwire bra with push up but do not too tight. So now I still consider whether need to wear under wired bra with padded. Can advise me….

    • Alice February 26, 2013 at 1:32 PM - Reply

      Wow, Miss Lee! Congrats on the fast recovery. I didn’t really see any decrease in size til after the first couple months – though if you didn’t experience swelling like I did than perhaps you’re at your new size. I was told not to wear underwire for six months, I believe. My doctor has said that underwire can kill the fat deposits. I haven’t found much research for or against this though. I honestly just didn’t think it was worth the chance so I bought a bra without an underwire.

  4. Jo March 10, 2013 at 9:08 AM - Reply

    Hi, fantastic blog! Looking forward to seeing the 9 month post. I’m considering having it done in the London and have been researching surgeons. When did all the swelling and bruising go down?

    • Alice March 10, 2013 at 10:16 AM - Reply

      Thank you! I’ve been working on getting the 9 month post up, I just need to take a picture. I hope to have it up this week!

      I would say that it took about 2-3 months for the swelling to go away, and at least 1 month for the bruising to fade.

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