FEMALE VOICE: I had breast augmentation, and the reason for it is that I already had been you know very, very small chested, you know throughout life, and I wanted to wait until I got in my middle 40s or so before I had anything done. And I was pushing my time because I’m going to be 45 in July, so I wanted to have it done. And I’m glad that I did. I have a fear of any kind of medical thing done. I have a fear of needless. I pass out when I have my blood taken and when they went to do just my IV, I was so excited because I did not pass out. [Laughter] and they just made me, you feel so calm. They explained every little procedure they were going to do to you. They made you feel comfortable. When it came to give you any kind of medicine or even clean to put the IV in, okay now we’re going to clean to put the IV in, this is that it is and you know every little tiny detail that we take for granted, it was well explained. And I think that by doing that, it put me at ease. This has been the most exhilarating experience I think I’ve ever had, and I know that probably sounds odd to have something surgically done to your body, for it to be exhilarating. But I was very scared in the beginning, very unsure, very insecure about doing it and then, just her staff, the thoroughness. Even what you eat before the surgery made the difference, just to make sure that you had a good smooth surgery, with anesthesia. It just all made me feel like I was doing the right thing and I never regret it.