There are many reasons why some ladies want their naturally large breasts reduced. There are physical problems with large breasts, such as neck and back pain, headaches, and even trouble breathing. There are also physiological issues, like unwanted attention from men…and even other women too. Because of these issues, some large breasted ladies opt to have a breast reduction.
The most common method of reducing breasts is breast reduction surgery, also known as reduction mammaplasty. In this type of surgery, fat, glandular tissue, and skin are removed from the breasts. It makes the breasts smaller and better shaped. However, there are major downsides to this surgery…
Possible complications and risks with Breast Reduction Surgery
As with most surgeries, there are risks. These include: bleeding and infection, or there could be an abnormal reaction to anesthetics, since the surgery is performed under general anesthesia. Sores around the nipples may occur. Some patients may end up with breasts that will look slightly different from one another. They may also have unequally positioned nipples after the procedure.
There is a risk, especially if breasts are extremely large, to permanently loose the sensation in the nipples and areola area. If breasts are extremely large and drooping, the surgeon may need to detach the nipples from their natural vessels and nerves, which then results in a loss of sensation in these parts of the breasts.
In very rare cases, the tissue of the nipples and areola may die. Additional surgery will then be needed and the nipples and areola will be reconstructed using the tissues from other parts of the body.
Breast Reduction Surgery leaves Scars All scars of surgical nature are permanent. The more skin that is removed from the breast during surgery, the bigger the possibility to have deeper scars after it. The scars are visible around the nipple, go vertically down from the nipple and are typically under the breast as well. The scars fade as time passes but they still are wide and will smooth out over 3 to 6 months.
Breast Feeding may not be Possible after the Surgery
As glandular tissue and many milk ducts are removed from the breasts during the surgery, breast-feeding may not be possible in the future. Therefore, it is not recommended to have this type of surgery performed for women, who plan to breast-feed a baby in the future.
The Cost for a Breast Reduction
There are a variety of factors that influence the price of a Breast Reduction Surgery. Total cost depends upon the physician, region and state or province. Total price includes the surgeon's fee, hospital fees, and fee for anesthesia. The total cost is between $5,000 and $12,000.
Some people understand all of these downsides and still feel that Breast Reduction surgery is right for them. And that’s great. I’m not here to pressure anyone against the surgery. But I do want to inform you that yes…there is another option. An option WITHOUT all of these downsides.
I had an all-natural Breast Reduction with the Dream Breast System, and it was fantastic! There were no pills, creams, herbs or funny massaging. There were no risks or possible complications…no scars…and the price tag was very reasonable!
All I did was fall asleep each night with headphone on, listening to a wonderfully relaxing visualization, and my breasts reduced. I went from popping out a DD bra to very comfortably fitting into a D bra.
It sounds crazy, I know! That’s how I felt when I first heard about it! But it worked. And I would recommend this program to anyone who is looking to enhance, reduce, and / or lift their breasts.
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