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Is It A Good Idea To Wait For A Breast Reduction Until After Having Children
Yes: It is alway ideal to perform breast reduction surgery after you are done with pregnancies. That diminishes the possiblity of re-growth of the breast and need for a second reduction. However, if you are very symptomatic, an early reduction may be worthwhile. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
May not work: Because so many people have the bright idea that they can save money by only purchasing insurance when they need it, most companies have a pre-existing clause, meaning they will only cover a problem that arises after you have insurance. Insurance is not a way to get something for nothing(or very little). You need insurance for a lot of reasons; reduction is the least of them. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Was in a bad car accident and that had made my back and hip issues worse. I'm thinking about a breast reduction. Would that be a good idea?
Maybe.: Best to seek consultation with board-certified plastic surgeons to learn more about the procedure and its potential benefits in your case. Like any procedure, breast reduction surgery is associated with potential risk/complications that should be considered along with the many benefits of the operation. Overall, breast reduction surgery performed for the right patient is highly beneficial. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: I have had several patients with fibromyalgia who had definite improvement in their back, neck and shoulder pain after breast reduction. Of course, most patients have this benefit after breast reduction as this is usually the point of breast reduction. If your upper back, neck and shoulders hurt because of large breasts, with or without fibromyalgia, breast reduction should help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My breasts look big compared to the rest of my torso. Do you think breast reduction surgery would be a good idea?
Since my boobs look big compared to the rest of my torso. Do you think breast reduction surgery would be a good idea?
It sounds like this: Is solely a cosmetic issue. Some women find large breasts attractive. I wouldn't have surgery on a whim - only if it is really an issue for you. ...Read more
Not necessarily…: Juvenile breast hypertrophy, along with the physical and psychosocial consequences of this diagnosis, may be an appropriate reason to proceed with breast reduction surgery at a relatively young age. In my practice, timing of breast reduction surgery is determined on a case-by-case basis. Seek consultation with well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons for best advice. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Need ideas on how to tell my boss(male) I have to take leave for a breast reduction surgery. Professionally..?
Medical leave: Your boss does not need to know anything other than that you are having surgery and will have to take some time off to recover. Fortunately, it doesn't take long with this surgery. He doesn't need to know nor do you legally have to tell him anything other than you need medical leave. If he asks, tell him it's private. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I need a breast reduction. I would like to have children but not for a few years. Should i wait to have the surgery? Will it effect breast feeding?
Any age: Breast feeding is rarely affected with the inferior pedicle technique unless the nipple arealor complex is in danger (very large breast size or smoking) and the health benefits are significant, so age is usually not a factor unless the patient is getting the procedure more for cosmetic than reconstructive reasons. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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