Don't know if this thread is still in use but just came across it and thought i'd share my story:
Both my nipples are inverted and have been since i can remember. I have always been horribly embarrassed by them and no man has ever seen me topless, I have always had very little confidence in that department!!! Anyway i finally got the courage to go and see a surgeon about them, back in June at Transform and I have to say it was possibly the worse experience of my life! The surgeon basically took one look at me and said there was nothing he could do. Why Transform made me a consultation with a surgeon who couldn't help is beyond me, but needless to say i was terribly embarrassed and upset about finally being brave enough to go, only to be made to feel so abnormal! So anyway after that i'd pretty much given up until i came across Adrian Richards on the internet, a plastic surgeon at Aurora Clinics, (he's been voted Home Counties Leading Plastic Surgeon by The Daily Mail and Leading Breast Surgeon UK by The Independent on Sunday). I figured i'd give it one more shot and made a consultation to see him and let me tell you it was the best decision of my life. He was so nice, and his staff (especially Aggie, a nurse) were absolutely lovely, i wasn't made to feel embarrassed, awkward or uncomfortable at all. Although the consultation was relatviely short (but free!), he answered all my questions and was so understanding, for the first time in my life i felt like I could finally achieve what i wanted. Aggie (who looked after me from start to finish!) told me they get 10-15 enquiries a week about this proceedure and its more common than people think. I booked to have the surgery straight away and they got me in a week after the consultation! the actually procedure itself took about 40 minutes, under local anaesthetic, and i can honestly say i was in absolutely no pain after at all which i was suprised about!
I'm one week post op at the momet and WOW what a difference, i can't believe my breasts actually looks normal!! If anyone has any questions you can email me at [email protected]
. Hope this helps
There is light at the end of the tunnel!! Good luck girls xx