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Old 04-02-2013, 04:21 PM   #1
 
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Unhappy can JUST a lift correct asymmetry? help...

I went to see a PS today about lifting my breasts which have sagged badly due to genetics and a large, rapid weight loss.

My right breast isn't significantly bigger than the other but definitely bigger. I have always hated this and feel it should be corrected. I pointed this out to the doctor and it was obvious to me how bad it was, and they also seemed to acknowledge it...But they didn't really address reducing the right breast to make the two even. They just said they would do a breast lift to make them both smaller.

How is this possible? The doctor was very friendly and awesome but I'm concerned because how can a breast lift alone correct asymmetry? Maybe my breasts will look awesome after and a better shape, but how can just a lift make this difference? I'm very concerned.

This all makes me question how good this doctor actually is... or should it? I don't know. I'm heartbroken because I actually thought that I finally found a good PS. Now I am having doubts, since to me it clearly seems like they do not understand how to fix the symmetry. Should I just call and ask? I have no idea of what to do. Thanks for any input.


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Old 04-03-2013, 01:41 AM   #2
 
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Just call and ask him, or make an appointment to other doctor to see other opinion

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Definitely you should ask him. And with that you may take other one or two different doctor's opinion.

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