I didn't know how else to word the subject.
Here's my story (for those who don't know it). I'm 24 years old, I am 5'8.5"ish, and I weigh ~140lbs. I've been on hormones for two years now, and I had SRS a little less than a year ago. I am basically flat. I honestly don't need a bra. I wear a 34AA, but even that is pointless really. My mom is my closest bio female relative, and she had small breasts (A cup) until she got older, put on a little weight and went up to a B cup, and then when she got preggers with me, up to a C cup. I haven't really seen any growth in over a year. Sure, I get really sore for a while, then it goes back to normal, but they haven't gotten any bigger. Yes, I have pictures to back that up. They are basically the same size now that they were a year ago.
I just graduated from college, and I am in a bit of limbo. I'm going back to graduate school in the fall, and now would be an ideal time to get a boob job, since I don't have much to do till then. Plus, I have the time to finance a boob job since my loans won't be in repayment until I graduate grad school, and I'm living at home. I can basically put all my money towards this if need be.
My question is, since I've had SRS, it's been 2 years of HRT, I'm pretty skinny, and my mom had smaller boobs until she was pregnant, do you think it would be wise for me to get a boob job? Can I reasonably expect to make it to a B cup (my ideal size), or even an A cup for that matter? My plan when I started transition was to wait 2 years before I made any decisions about a boob job, and now that it's been, I need some advice.
Please let me know.