Many women with large breasts experience musculoskeletal issues that affect their daily lives. They may have neck and shoulder pain, rashes, migraines or other serious ailments that can be alleviated with breast reduction surgery.
Plastic surgery can also improve self-confidence, which can have positive effects on other areas of a woman’s life.
1. Back Pain
Many women with large breasts experience back pain that affects their daily lives. Often, this pain is related to the weight of the breasts and their effect on posture. When breasts are too large, they can cause women to hunch their shoulders forward and strain muscles in the chest, back, and neck. Over time, this can lead to chronic pain that is difficult to treat with medication or exercise.
The good news is that successful breast reduction surgery can reduce back pain. During the procedure, Doctor makes small incisions through which he removes excess fat and tissue while tightening up sagging skin to keep breasts proportionate to the body. This relieves pressure on the spine and neck, as well as improves posture.
Women with larger breasts often experience shoulder indentations from bra straps, which can also contribute to back pain. While this problem can be resolved with physical therapy or wearing a supportive bra, for women with very large breasts, this may not be enough to provide relief. That is why many women who are struggling with back pain from excessively large breasts choose to undergo breast reduction Melbourne.
2. Emotional Distress
Women with large breasts often experience emotional distress, including frustration and stress from not being able to find clothing that fits properly. Whether you are tired of button-down shirts that do not close, t-shirts that are tight around the chest, or bra straps digging into your shoulders and leaving marks or grooves, a breast reduction can provide a more proportional fit that makes shopping for clothes much easier.
Many of our patients have reported that their quality of life has improved significantly after having a breast reduction surgery. If your breasts are too big and causing back, shoulder, neck, or other physical discomfort, a consultation is the best place to start to learn more about how a breast reduction can help you achieve the quality of life that you deserve.
During a breast reduction procedure, excess fat, tissue, and skin are removed from the breasts. In addition to reducing their size, a breast lift is typically performed to give the breasts a more youthful appearance. It is also important to note that your health insurance may cover the cost of this procedure if it is medically necessary.
3. Physical Discomfort
If your breasts are out of proportion to your body size or weight, they can cause physical discomfort and restrict activity. Women with large breasts often experience back, neck and shoulder pain, along with rashes and chafing beneath the breasts. Others find it difficult to sleep comfortably or to find a bra that fits correctly.
Breast reduction surgery may be able to alleviate these issues. The procedure can make your breasts smaller, lighter and more evenly proportioned to your body size and shape. It can also relieve the pain caused by heavy, sagging breasts.
During the surgery, which can be done on an outpatient basis under sedation, your surgeon will access the breast tissue through incisions around the areola or down to the nipple crease. They will remove fat, tissue and skin to reduce the size of your breasts. They will also reshape and lift your nipple to provide a more natural appearance. This type of breast reduction is often considered medically necessary and can be covered by insurance. The scars from this surgery will fade over time, but they will not disappear completely.
4. Weight Gain
Women who have undergone breast reduction surgery often report a weight loss and an overall change in body composition. Their new, lighter breasts make it easier to exercise, and their looser, more proportional figure helps them feel healthier and more comfortable in their bodies.
The best time to consider a breast reduction is before you start gaining significant weight, or after you have finished breastfeeding. This is because pregnancy and breast feeding can cause your breasts to increase in size. It is also important to be at a stable weight before surgery, as significant weight changes can affect your long-term results.
Many women experience problems with their heavy breasts during puberty, as the fatty tissue in the breasts grows in response to hormones and development. Overly large breasts are also common in older women who want to correct their new body proportions, or after childbirth and nursing. A breast reduction can help reduce sagging and improve the shape of the bust, as well as alleviating pain and discomfort. This can be a life-changing procedure for women who are struggling with physical symptoms caused by large breasts.
Women with larger breasts often feel self-conscious or embarrassed in social situations. This can make them uncomfortable when meeting new people and can make it difficult to take part in physical activities, such as running or swimming.
Breast reduction and tummy tuck Melbourne can restore self-confidence and provide a more proportional shape to a woman’s body, resulting in improved confidence and happiness. Those who are considering the procedure should make sure that they are working with a licensed plastic surgeon like Associate Professor Dean White and that they are fully informed about what to expect from the surgery. The procedure is usually performed in an outpatient facility, but patients may need to stay overnight in the hospital if they are being given general anesthesia. It’s important to find out if your doctor will need you to have someone available to drive you home or stay with you for the first night after surgery. The results of breast reduction surgery should last a long time, but aging, weight fluctuations and future pregnancies can affect breast size and shape. If you want to learn more about how this surgery can help you,