I referred I had something done vs I got something done.
But While watching this video, At 1:07 found it is used "I got my plastic surgery done in Mexico", which according to answer in above link means "I had done plastic surgery on my own in Mexico".

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    I don't see why do you think it means "I had done plastic surgery on my own in Mexico".. – CowperKettle Nov 12 '15 at 14:32
  • @TRomano, CopperKettle Answer in question I referred, says that ""Got it done" usually means that the speaker carried the action himself." Made me me think that way. – AskQ Nov 12 '15 at 14:42
  • But FumbleFingers said there in comments: "to get it done implies nothing about whether it'll be done by you or someone else" – CowperKettle Nov 12 '15 at 14:43

I got it done can mean either:

I had someone do it for me


I managed to complete it.

I got my homework done before class this morning.

I got a cavity in my molar filled.

She got her hair done in an updo.

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