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After a breast reduction op does your bust look flat?

I was a 38GG/F. I wanted to be 38 D/DD. My surgeon did not seem to make many notes. He said he would make me in proportion (I am 5 ft 2 "). Just had the op and seem to be almost flat chested (38A/B). Not looked at chest without clothing on (too scared) just with post op bra on. My chest also seems very high. Is this normal at first? Will it drop a bit and will I fill out a bit? Surely my surgeon would not make me so small if I have asked for a 38D? I do not see the surgeon for a few days and I am really scared. I can see my family looking at me strangely but they have not said anything but I know what they are thinking. "What have you done?"

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