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Women > Breasts > Breast Reduction Surgery

These breasts sit very low and Mastopexy

There are millions of women suffering because their breasts are too large to be comfortable. One lady with 44 DDD breasts had them weighed and they were about nine pounds each so that's quite a lot of extra weight to carry around all the time and large breasted woman typically suffer from upper back, neck and shoulder pain not to mention the difficulty in buying clothes.

Image; These breasts sit very low causing the owner to consider mastopexy.

Big breasted woman also suffer unwanted attention and comments from men and even other women so much so that all the accumulated discomfort has them seeking out breast reduction surgery. While breast reduction surgery it is fairly quick and effective, it is also very painful and leaves permanent scar damage, but unfortunately surgery is really the only option for woman at present although a male product looks promising.

Anyone who is thinking about having a reduction surgery must ensure they examine their doctor's credentials and view their work, also remember that after abreast operation, if you have a baby your breast may not work!!! One lady reported that after her breast reduction in 2005 where the doctor removed 4.5 lbs tissue from each breast and he did a horrible job. Then she had her 3rd baby and while the breast filled up with milk, her my nipples did not work to feed the child.


All breast surgeries are done with the patient under a full anesthetic which has other risks although it is generally safe although in a 1954 review of 599,548 surgical procedures at 10 hospitals in the United States between 1948–1952, 384 deaths were attributed to anaesthesia, for an overall mortality rate of 0.64%. So the risk is low, but it is still a small risk that if you go for any surgery, you may never wake up. Wiki.


At present there are few, one of the most helpful regimes is to loose weight, diet and exercise, however this is to difficult for many reasons but it is generally found that overall weight-loss also means weight comes off the breasts as well.

Massage also supports breast reduction and the method is to gently massage the breasts for a few minutes and then firmly but gently squeeze evenly outwards from the nipples in all directions. But for this to be effective, it must be dome daily over several months. Dieting is often so difficult and its often easier when family and friends are supportive, and it often helps to use some dietary support products.

Key issues of huge boobs

The negative comments and attention The physical weight and associated health problems An overall compromised lifestyle

Post surgery problems

Pain and discomfort after surgery
Permanent scaring and disfigurement
Possible infections which are common
Doctor, anaesthetist or other human errors resulting in patient death may also occur.

In this video, some of the women were born this way and some have done this to themselves, but either way, the load they bear is huge and surgery an important consideration where lifestyle and attitudes do not support the body.

A Non Surgical Alternative

Body sculpting massage, weight loss and physical exercise can all help when combined.


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