Breast Reduction Survey

Before I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

Ayesha Hilton PhotoAyesha

PS If you missed my blog post, you can read it now: Why I'm getting a boob job.

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Before I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

Ayesha Hilton PhotoAyesha

PS If you missed my blog post, you can read it now: Why I'm getting a boob job.

– See more at: http://ayeshahilton.com/breast-reduction/#sthash.MgLeq2Vc.dpuf

Hello!

Thanks for checking out this survey. I would love to have your input. I recently had breast reduction surgery (5th of March) and while I was lying in hospital a couple of hours after surgery, I realised I could write a book about breast reduction surgery to help other women with big busts who were considering surgery.

I wrote a blog post about my surgery. This was a vulnerable post and seemed to touch people. I had many women message me privately about their own desire to have a breast reduction or about their own experience of having a reduction.

I realised then that maybe there was a need for a book to bring all the information together to help women making the decision to have a reduction and for those who've had one already to share their stories. So, a few days after my surgery, I started writing my book on breast reduction. I've done most of the book already (I am the queen of fast book writing afterall) while I have been recovering from surgery.

The missing piece for me is asking women what they need to know to help them make the right decision for them and sharing the stories and advice of those women who have already had a reduction.

Thank you for your time and effort and I'm so glad that you want to share your questions and concerns with me or share your story of your own breast reduction story. I know that you contribution will make this book so much better. And I promise to share a free eBook version with you as soon as it is done (which won't be long!).

If you are considering having breast reduction surgery, click here to fill out the one question survery!

If you've already had a breast reduction, click here to fill out a survey where you can share your experience to help other women who are considering a breast reduction.

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Before I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

Ayesha Hilton PhotoAyesha

PS If you missed my blog post, you can read it now: Why I'm getting a boob job.

– See more at: http://ayeshahilton.com/breast-reduction/#sthash.MgLeq2Vc.dpuf

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breast Reduction

Before I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

Ayesha Hilton PhotoAyesha

PS If you missed my blog post, you can read it now: Why I'm getting a boob job.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– See more at: http://ayeshahilton.com/breast-reduction/#sthash.MgLeq2Vc.dpuf

efore I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

– See more at: http://ayeshahilton.com/breast-reduction/#sthash.MgLeq2Vc.dpuf

Breast Reduction

Before I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

Ayesha Hilton PhotoAyesha

PS If you missed my blog post, you can read it now: Why I'm getting a boob job.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– See more at: http://ayeshahilton.com/breast-reduction/#sthash.MgLeq2Vc.dpuf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

efore I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

– See more at: http://ayeshahilton.com/breast-reduction/#sthash.MgLeq2Vc.dpuf

efore I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

– See more at: http://ayeshahilton.com/breast-reduction/#sthash.MgLeq2Vc.dpuf

efore I had my breast reduction surgery in early March 2015, I shared my personal struggles about why I was having a boob job on my blog. The response from people around the world amazed me. I was suprised at how many women were thinking about having breast reduction surgery and they were very touched by my vulnerable post. Women sent me personal messages and I replied to each one, grateful for the support we women can give each other.

As I lay in hospital, just hours after my surgery, I realised that these women wanted more information to help them make a decisionn about whether a breast reduction was right for them. I decided that I would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who'd already had a breast reduction.

So, now I am writing a book on breast reduction! As I write this, it's four days after my surgery. I'm still in full-on recovery mode as it was major surgery, but it hasn't stopped my brain from gestating on this idea. I'm very excited about the project and I already wrote out survey questions while I was still in hospital. Now I just have to get the book written as soon as I am well enough.

If you'd like to share your story confidentially with me, please send me a message and we can get the conversation started.

– See more at: http://ayeshahilton.com/breast-reduction/#sthash.MgLeq2Vc.dpuf