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I Want To Have A Breast Reduction What Are My Options In Us Vs Abroad
I want to get a breast reduction because it affects my back but do not have a social security number. However, i live in florida but unable to come up with all the money at once. Is there any payment option/plan avaiable for me?
Combo of surgeries: Breast reduction can be accomplished using a variety of techniques and incisions. This can be accomplished with liposuction removing far only or via "doughnut", "lollipop" or "anchor" incisions where the goal is to remove fat/gland while lifting and preserving nipple/areolar viability and sensation, . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Who is the best doctor to see if you want breast reduction? What are the health risks of having breast reduction?
Plastic Surgeons: Plastic surgeons. Risks: infection, bleeding, seroma, hematoma, wound healing problems, abnormal scarring ( hypertrophic or keloid), loss of sensation, inability to breast-feed, breast asymmetry, necrosis of tissue/skin, unsatisfactory cosmetic results, unpredictability of exact cup size postoperatively, recurrence of the breast hypertrophy, and the potential for further surgery. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Maybe: If you are in good health and cleared by your doctor, you might be an excellent candidate for breast reduction surgery. Many patients are happy after breast reduction surgery because of improvement in motion and exercise tolerance, and of course, less back and shoulder pain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No specific age: The youngest breast reduction patient I have treated was 15. She had so much neck pain that her pediatrician had obtained an mri, concerned that her symptoms were caused by a ruptured cervical disc. In fact, they were from the weight of her huge breasts. This, however, is unusual. Most breast reduction patients are in their mid 20s at the youngest. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: The two procedures can be performed at the same operation, however, this will increase anesthesia time and will increase overall discomfort after surgery. You will want to discuss with your surgeon if she or he feels it may be safest to stay overnight in the hospital following the procedure. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
can someone with multiple sclerosis (& also in a wheelchair) have a breast reduction or would this be foolish?
Yes, but...: Assuming the multiple sclerosis is under optimal control and you have received “clearance” from your neurologist, you may be an excellent candidate for breast reduction surgery; this operation tends to be very patient pleasing. Preoperative communication between your neurologist, surgeon, and anesthesiologist will be helpful. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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