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Over or under the muscle

Hi I'm 5 ft 3 and weigh 9 stone and currently a 34 b. My surgeon States I have enough tissue to go on top of the muscle using a 360 cc gummy bear style silicon implant called nagor implement moderate profile. He stares under there's a possibility of double bubble. I want natural looking breasts at the top (no stuck on look or to see the implant) and Iv read that going under is less risk of capsulation. Once I have my BA what are the chances of being in pain in the future ie nipples or stabbing Iain's rashes etc. And which is best under or in top? Is there less issues on top regarding pain and less trauma?

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