There seems to be an ever-present sentiment in our culture that “bigger is better” when it comes to breast size. The women who live with and carry those breasts on a daily basis, however, understand that there is a lot to managing large breasts than what the over-simplification of “bigger is better” implies. For the woman whose back constantly aches due to the weight of her breasts, or feels uncomfortable with aerobic activities due to the weight and size of her breasts, or struggles to find a comfortable and fully supportive bra due to the size of her breasts, maybe it’s time to consider a breast reduction. Lubbock women know that bigger is NOT always better, and a smaller breast size could be the answer to health and lifestyle issues.
Here are a few questions to help you evaluate if a breast reduction is right for you:
- Do you think the weight of your breasts contributes to neck, back, or shoulder pain?
- Do you have heavy breasts with nipples that point downward?
- Is one of your breasts much larger than the other?
- Are you unhappy and self-conscious about your appearance because you feel your breasts are too large?
If you answered yes to one or more of the questions, you should consider getting a breast reduction.
Results of a breast reduction:
Lubbock women who have undergone breast reduction surgery enjoy a more proportionate body; an alleviation of neck, back, and shoulder pain; and more confidence in the fit of their clothes and their general appearance.
It’s important to remember that the results of the surgery, for some, include a decrease in sensation in some areas (including the nipple and around the nipple), a difficulty in breastfeeding, and a slight unevenness between the breasts or nipples. In Lubbock, Dr. Jane Rowley will guide you through additional questions to ensure a breast reduction is a good solution for your concerns and goals. Setting up a consultation is a great next step for you to get more information.
Contact Dr. Jane Rowley for a personal consultation today to determine the right procedure, method, and size for you and your body.