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Breast Reduction


Overly large breasts can cause some women to have both health and emotional problems. In addition to self-image issues, you may also experience physical pain and discomfort. Also known as reduction mammaplasty, breast reduction surgery removes excess breast fat, glandular tissue and skin to achieve a breast size in proportion with your body and to alleviate the discomfort associated with overly large breasts.

Deciding if breast reduction is right for you
Breast reduction surgery is a highly individualized procedure and you should do it for yourself, not to fulfill someone else’s desires or to try to fit any sort of ideal image.

Breast reduction is a good option for you if:

     You have realistic expectations
     You don’t smoke
     You are bothered by the feeling that your breasts are too large
     Your breasts limit your physical activity
     You experience back, neck and shoulder pain caused by the weight of your breasts
     You have regular indentations from bra straps that support heavy, pendulous breasts
     You have skin irritation beneath the breast crease
     Your breasts hang low and have stretched skin
     Your nipples rest below the breast crease when your breasts are unsupported
     You have enlarged areolas caused by stretched skin


Recovering from breast reduction surgery
When your breast reduction procedure is complete, dressings or bandages will be applied to the incisions. An elastic bandage or support bra may be worn to minimize swelling and support the breasts as they heal.
A small, thin tube may be temporarily placed under the skin to drain any excess blood or fluid that may collect.

You will be also be given specific instructions for breast reduction recovery that may include: how to care for your breasts following breast reduction surgery, medications to apply or take orally to aid healing and reduce the risk of infection, specific concerns to look for at the surgical site or in your general health and when to follow up with your doctor.