My Lab Results From Blood Work Came Back: I’m Pregnant!

With my painless breast implant surgery by Dr. Wigoda just days away, I’m dreaming about getting all new Victoria Secret’s bras…until I check my iPhone. Waking up to a series of missed calls, text messages and emails from my doctor just two days after getting blood work done is not a fun feeling. I thought either I’m dying, or someone is dead. Cancer, or a brain tumor for sure…

As it turns out, my doctor tells me I am four to five weeks pregnant!

Joy…F-ing PREGNANT! It was one of those life-changing moments where I felt every ounce of blood draining rapidly from my body. This was not the news I am planning to hear days before my breast implant surgery, and after I’ve mentally decided my days of having more babies are history.

Seriously? I go from buying new sexy demi bras to nursing bras?

After having a mind-erasing day at my Ob-Gyn, getting more tests done and being sent home with prenatal vitamins, the call comes at the end of the day: “Sorry, it must have been a lab error, you are not pregnant!” my doctor tells me.

I go straight to a bar and order a tequila shot. Tomorrow is a new day; my breast implant surgery with Dr. Paul Wigoda is back on. So is my cruise in December. So is my boyfriend’s vasectomy.

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5 Days Before the Big ‘B’ Day: Painless Breast Implants by Dr. Paul Wigoda

Today I went and had my blood work, EKG and vitals done in preparation for my breast implant surgery with Dr. Paul Wigoda. Only five more days! I can’t believe it. After spending the last week on vacation in my bathing suit on the beach it all started becoming a reality. I mean, I don’t hate my body, I actually have always kind of liked it (and my small B bra size), but after going through my pregnancy and seeing what I could possibly look like a size bigger, I’ve been a little hooked on bigger breasts.

After having a baby, and now a few years have gone by, the breast size and shape lose that loving shape and size. Small but perky are now small and shrinking. So, I’m thinking why wait? I have known Dr. Paul Wigoda of The Aesthetic Institute for almost three years as his friend, PR and Social Media consultant, have interviewed dozens of his happy breast implant patients (with envy) and now I think… it’s my turn!

Am I nervous? Yes, a little. More on the fact that I have never been put under and that control factor.  I’m also nervous about going too big, I really just want to be a big B without having to buy a “good bra” from Victoria Secrets. I mean how real is that?

Lisa B Age 43