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Would Prominent Veins On My Breasts Get In The Way Of A Breast Reduction
No and no: The veins drain blood away from tissue, and sometimes they are located closer to the skin in some women, which makes them more visible. In young women, such as you at age 16, the breasts are developing and responding to hormone signals. I would not worry. And please no plastic surgery! Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was wondering if ovulation can cause more prominent veins in your nipples and on the breasts. I am getting them all over my breasts and its unusual?
No: The venous system is sensitive to hormonal chnages such as seen during your cycle..These should not be a cause for concern..Although there is a rare syndrome called 'mondor's disease" seen in pregnancy that is thrombophlebitis of the veins that drain the breasts. This is not, however your problem. ...Read more
My little sister has really large (size h breasts) is there a way to get her free breast reduction?
Varies by case: This is an important problem as overly large breasts can cause back problems and also impede exercise for general fitness. Look into community resources- while it may not be free, she can see the doctors at her local city/county medical hospital for en evaluation if cost is an issue and she can't see a doc in a private office. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had cancer & had breast reduction during procedure. There is collegian build up under breast. What is the best way to get rid of collegian?
Scar Tissue is...: ...An inevitable and expected outcome after every operation. Your oncoplastic procedure likely "rearranged" the breast tissue, creating scarring in the area of the lumpectomy and below the areola, along the "inverted t". If you had radiation therapy, this will increase the scarring further. Best bet: ask your surgeon--depending on the timing, breast massage may help. ...Read more
I am 25, 5'7", 160 lbs and have 40g sized breasts. Will my back eventually suffer from it if I don't get a breast reduction?
Usually: Most women with breasts your size eventually end up with back symptoms. Think about it, you have anywhere from 5-8 more lbs. Of breast tissue than a woman with a c cup, and all of this is putting strain on your neck, back, and shoulders. But this does not happen to all. Only consider the surgery if you are having problems and are unhappy with your breasts. It is fantastic for the right person. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Communication...: Patients undergoing breast reduction surgery should choose their plastic surgeon carefully; best to have the procedure performed by an experienced board-certified plastic surgeon who can demonstrate lots of examples of his/her work achieving the types of outcomes you will be please with. Then, after this careful selection, it will be important for you to communicate goals carefully; goal photos... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Breast surgery: The most important thing is a consultation with a plastic surgeon to assess whether you need a breast lift or a breast reduction and to cover the risks, benefits and limitations of the procedure. You will need a mammogram pre-op. The surgical procedure duration is dependant on the type of procedure. Post-op you will wear a support bra, resume regular exercise & return to work in 3-4 weeks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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