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Has anyone tried cosmetic surgery?

Can I ask if anyone has had cosmetic surgery? I am 55 and have always hated my huge nose. My son is getting married next year and I dread the photos. Also I am very self-conscious when I meet new people.


I have always thought of surgery but not been able to afford it until now. Am I being vain and ridiculous at my age or is this acceptable to correct something I've always been conscious of.


Created By on 24/11/2020

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Dani
26th Nov 2020 12:54:59
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Thanks for voting!
Hey, it’s acceptable to do anything that want to, as long it’s not harming anyone. But are you sure you need to do this? Why are so worried about your nose?
You’re probably really lovely and have no idea that other people won’t care about one single feature. I wish you were just happier as you are. But, if you decide to go ahead, good luck and don’t look back.
If it’s any comfort, I’m hopelessly flat chested. It tortured me as a girl. I felt insecure and unwomanly. Forty years of marriage to a man who thought I was delicious seemed to have sorted that issue out. Now widowed, I am aware of it again, no idea why , am I wondering if no one else will find me attractive? Honestly, I can’t say, but no....I won’t be surgically making alterations....or even buying a grown up bra! We are what we are and no one can judge us.
Love yourself,
Mosquito
24th Nov 2020 19:55:55
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Thanks for voting!
A family member had his ears pinned years ago and it gave him a newfound confidence. If your whole quality of life is going to be improved by this surgery, then how could it possibly be vain? Wishing you well, whichever decision you make x

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