Rest assured the most painful part of the surgery is when the drain is removed from the buttocks area, (it hurt like hell for a sec) but after that, all is wonderful.
The other difficult area was getting up to walk after the surgery.
When it comes to pain, in my case, the only thing that hurt after surgery was my breasts.
I had no pain at all in the SRS Surgical area, until they came to remove the tape and packing.
MY SURGERY – I chose to have my implants under the muscle, which I knew was more painful.
Nothing could have prepared me for the Pain that I felt when I woke.
Having my breast augmentation not only ‘completed’ me physically but has given me a new found confidence and strength of purpose.
I know you must have 100’s of patients who are delighted with your service but I can tell you one thing for certain-none could be happier than this one.
I think Dr Pichet is a very good surgeon, & I would recommend his services to anyone.
There is a lot of bad press in Australia right now, in regards with Australians going to Thailand for surgery.
I understand that many of your work very hard and very long to get to this point in your life where it is time to invest what you sweat for years to achieve. Mind you, a great many of you will spend the entire month in Bangkok, so I would really plan on staying the full 30 days.
But knowing what I know now, seeing what I can see, and have experienced first hand the skill, determination, drive, professional yet friendly attitude and superb surgical skill of Dr. For me, I am a quick healer; I am a pain is weakness kind of women.
Glad he did not have tapes of the calls I made to him at very strange hours of the day and night.