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Breast Reduction


Breast size is frequently hereditary. For the mother, aunt, or other female relatives, the same circumstances apply.

After puberty is complete, the breast tissue that first shows throughout adolescence may grow to an unsanitary, medical, and cosmetically significant size.

Choosing clothing may be challenging for women with large breasts.

Women seem larger with larger breasts regardless of how much weight they lose. Back and neck ache are caused by large breasts. The bra straps cause holes to appear on the shoulders. Skin problems including dermatitis and fungus under the breast are more likely to occur.

Breast cancer risk factor is large breasts. Thus, a breast reduction procedure is a preventive procedure. Breast cancer risk falls with decreasing breast tissue.

Prior to Breast Reduction Surgery

Women with large breasts might benefit from breast reduction surgery in terms of appearance and health. Large breasts not only have an unsightly look, but they may also lead to skin conditions including dermatitis, fungus, sunken shoulders, and problems with the waist and neck.

Breast reduction surgery is an effective way to address these concerns. Patients with a family history of breast cancer must receive preoperative radiological exams. Surgery for breast reduction should be done at least six months after nursing is finished.

Throughout Breast Reduction Surgery

Anesthesia is used during breast reduction surgery. Two and a half to three hours are needed for the procedure. A vertical or reverse T incision is planned, depending on the surgeon's preference. This establishes the permanent scar.

It is also possible to combine breast reduction surgery with other procedures. The most common ones are liposuction or abdominoplasty done in conjunction with breast reduction surgery.

Following to Breast Reduction Surgery

Following breast reduction surgery, little discomfort is anticipated. Patients can get back to their regular lives right away. One month must pass after breast reduction surgery before returning to weightlifting, swimming, or other upper-body-intensive sports.

Two weeks following surgery, walking and easy workouts are advised. Following breast reduction surgery, there is no increase in the risk of breast cancer.

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