Saturday, 11 February 2017

5 Signs You Need a Breast Reduction

Choosing a breast reduction is not just a matter of personal choice or merely a desire to appear more attractive. People often fail to recognize the struggles that women living with overly developed breasts have to face in their everyday life. Whether it is from development or changes associated with weight gain, pregnancy or aging, it is not unusual to have excessively large or drooping breasts and it is more common problem with women who over-weigh on the scale.
If you find yourself familiar with these five warning signs, a breast reduction surgery may be right for you because it can eliminate these problems in most cases.


1: Pain due to heavy breasts
Breasts that are too heavy add more weight to your body and could also end up sagging much earlier in life than expected. Some physical as well as medical reasons for choosing breast reduction might range from a regular back, shoulder and neck pain, skin irritation & infection beneath your breasts, shortness of breath, posture problems and migraine headaches. The constant pull of heavy breasts may make bra straps leave painful indentations in a woman's shoulders. If you experience these warning signs it means your breasts are too heavy and you could be a prime candidate for a reduction.

2: Larger breasts limit your lifestyle
In addition to causing physical discomfort, larger breasts can also be a hindrance in your day to day life. Some physical activities like aerobic exercise, running, yoga, swimming and most sports activities may not only be awkward but also painful, or sometimes out of the question for women who have large breasts.  Heavy breasts require even more support during these activities and it is not an easy task to find adequate support because most sports bra manufacturers rarely make a cup size larger than a D. Even if you find a sports bra that fits you, the strain of having larger breasts can tire you out quicker and make your physical exertions troublesome.

3: Difficult to find clothes that fit
For larger breasted women, it also may be hard to find clothes that fit well because not many clothing manufacturers produce clothes that would fit well or look good on women with larger breast sizes. This can make shopping for clothes a challenge. Women with larger busts may be reluctant to go to the beach or social gatherings, because it can be so hard to find swimwear or party-wear that will actually fit them and flatter their figure. Due to this, most women give-up wearing body-hugging dresses and sometimes they end-up trying to hide their breasts in loosely fit clothes or even avoid such gatherings et all.

4: It makes you self-conscious
We live in a world where we’re often judged by our looks. People may not have those feelings if they lived in a different era, but modern society does place a lot of emphasis on attractive figures. A woman with larger breasts will have to deal with more scrutiny and unwanted attention. Larger breasts could end up being the first and only thing about you that people associate or remember when talking about you.
It isn’t just about how other people perceive you, though. What really matters, and what can really cause serious problems, is how it makes you feel about yourself. Instead of feeling beautiful and secure in yourself, you may feel too bare and exposed.
Larger bust surely affects women’s lifestyle and inhibits physical activities but what people don’t notice is psychological issues as sometimes, it becomes a big psychological issue during intimate relationships because women tend to become overly conscious about their disproportionate figure. We need to understand that the psychological side-effects of possessing excessively large breasts can at times be even more intense. Unwanted attention can lead to severe self-consciousness and greatly affect a woman’s confidence resulting in lower self esteem.

5: Your body has changed after childbirth
Your body can undergo radical physical changes once you have kids. Your body may create more glandular tissue to increase your milk production after childbirth to make it easier to breastfeed. Even after you finish breastfeeding, your breasts may not return to their original size because unlike fatty tissues glandular tissue can’t be reduced through dieting and exercise.
Breast reduction surgery can remove excess fatty and glandular tissue, returning your breasts to their pre-childbirth size. Larger breasts can also have nipples that point downwards, which can be fixed by breast reduction.

What is A Breast Reduction?

Breast reduction is a cosmetic procedure designed to reduce the overall size of the large breast while preserving an attractive and natural breast shape.  This is accomplished by removing breast tissue in addition to removing excess skin to make breasts firmer and well shaped. It is an out-patient procedure and performed on day care basis, so you can go home after surgery and even return to work within a few days. Sutures are generally removed after one week, and a special elasticised pressure garments (sort of sports bra or shaper) are usually kept for several weeks. There is no requirement for admission in the hospital as you are allowed to go home either on the same or after 24 hours of rest in a few instances. The overall goal of your plastic surgeon and the entire staff is to make your surgical experience as easy and comfortable for you as possible.  For many women, this procedure can be life changing.  You’ll have a fresh boost of confidence and no longer feel like your extra heavy breasts are the only thing people notice about you.

Benefits of Breasts Reduction
For women who possess breasts far out of proportion with their body size, Breast Reduction might be necessary to bring about life changing results, free them from mental and physical stress and allow them to do activities and pursue goals they couldn’t have done with larger breasts with minimal discomfort and downtime. Apart from improved physical appearance, women commonly experience a renewed feeling of self worth, reduced back and neck pain and improved sleep issues. Other benefits include improved clothing fit and the ability to once again participate in athletic activities like jogging or aerobics. These are just some of the many benefits of breast reduction surgery. The relief of discomfort and improvement in appearance generally make it very gratifying procedure. A breast reduction removes excess breast tissue and skin and reshapes your bust to form smaller, uplifted breasts. 

For more details, Contact:
Dr. R. K. Mishra
Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon
SIPS Hospital, Lucknow
Ph: 9795 800 800
www.MyCosmeticSurgery.in
MyCosmeticSurgery@gmail.com