There are many surfing queries specific to being a woman that rips, from surfing during the time of the month to finding swimsuits built for action and not sunbathing.
Here’s one we bet you’ve not considered before however, can you surf with fake boobs?
It’s a subject we’ve never thought about before, so we went searching for the answers, for all the newly enhanced surfers out there….
After The Operation
When you’ve had any major surgery, rest and healing time is required before going back into any sport, and a boob job is no different.
The type of enchancement, either submuscular or subglandular, can change the healing time
Most doctors and surgeons will suggest a healing time of four weeks to two months before getting back into an active routine after breast enhancement surgery, but that number varies with all cases.
The type of enhancement, either sub muscular or sub glandular, can change the healing time and the care needed after the operation.
This can be because of the implant itself or whether you have external stitches and therefore need to be careful about sea water and infection.
Find out which kind you have or are planning to get and act accordingly!
Getting back On The Board
Once you’ve waited for your body to heal after the operation, you’ll no doubt be eager to get back out there!
Do remember that you will most likely have to reassess and retrain your upper body, with its new additions, and recover your fitness level after a rest period.
Somer doctors suggest laying on your front for a couple of minutes everyday once your certain you are healed properly, which will be super useful for getting reading for paddling out.
Before hitting any double overheads, make sure you’ve had some time both in the water without your board and in the gym working up your upper boy muscles, you don’t want to have a nasty shock on your first time back in the line up!
For extra encouragement, make sure you invest in a good, supportive bikini top to protect you from any powerful wipe outs!