When people think about plastic surgery for breasts, they often think about enlarging the breast. For some women that seems unthinkable. Having to carry around the extra weight on your top half, you may have experienced many years of pain.
Physical Pain. Having that extra weight on your body can cause you a lot of physical pain. Often women complain of backaches, headaches, neck, and shoulder pain. There are temporary fixes, but with temporary being the key word, you may NEED to look into a reduction for the benefit of your health and well being.
Emotional Pain. Growing up with disproportionate breasts can bring on a lot of different emotions through your lifetime. Not only might you have poor body image, but you most likely didn’t have anyone who could relate to your pain. Being aware of those emotions and working through them before you go through with a reduction surgery will help you in the healing process.
Having your daily pain relieved, from having a breast reduction surgery, will give you a strength you never new you had and a new outlook on life. Plus, having a better self body image will give you a new strength to move forward. Another benefit of a breast reduction and having proportionate breast size is finding tops that fit you the right way and not just going to a larger size to fit your chest.
Make an appointment with your qualified plastic surgeon to discuss your options. With their years of experience, they will help you be well informed so that you can decide whether a breast reduction surgery is the right choice for you.
Posted on behalf of:
Hunter Moyer, MD
1400 Northside Forsyth Dr. #390
Cumming, GA 30041
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