Undoubtedly, the breast is one of the most aesthetic parts of women's physique. However, when the breasts grow disproportionately large in size, it can create several physical and mental issues such as neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain as well as other physical symptoms. In medical term, it is called macromastia. It may also impair your self-image and potentially bring down your ability to participate in physical activities.
Breast surgery can be the ideal solution to this problem. It is quite popular these days and certainly the right option for women who want to achieve the breast size that is in proportionate with their body, less heavy and more lifted.
Breast reduction procedure
The breast reduction is also known as mammoplasty, wherein, the cosmetic surgeon removes the accumulated and excessive breast fat, glandular tissue and skin to obtain a proportionate size of the breast. The cosmetic surgeon also repositioned the nipple and reshape the remaining breast tissue. The surgery is performed under general anesthesia and the whole procedure may last from 90 minutes to 3 hours, depending on the volume of the breast reduction. You may need to stay one or two nights in the hospital.
The Ideal candidate for the surgery
You have a sound health condition
Your breast size is too large for your body
Your breast size is causing physical and emotional problems
You do not smoke
Realistic expectation from the surgery
Not pregnant or planning pregnancy in future
The breast reduction surgery is not recommended to you if you are obese, diabetes or heart disease, smoke and your breasts are not fully developed yet.
Risks and complications
Problem in breastfeedin
Possibility of loss of sensation in nipple and areola
It may take 2 to 6 weeks to get fully recovered from the breast reduction surgery. You are prohibited to involve in any strenuous activities during this period.