- - teen breast reduction
|Lisa-Moza ||12-25-2011 05:24 PM |
teen breast reduction
I'm considering breast reduction, but not sure what, exactly, that would mean. I'm currently a DD (or DDD, depending on the bra) on one side and a D on the other, and having problems with the high-impact sports I usually go out for, and spending way too much money on bras and sports bras. If I weren't as stupidly stubborn as I am, I probably would have quit by now. I have a sore chest, and my lower back has recently started giving me issues.
Do you think it would be a good idea for a teen to get breast reduction? Obviously, I'd make sure my breasts are done growing first. But is there anything else I'm missing?
And what about the complications that all the websites mention in small print and indefinite terms? Scars I'm okay with (I'm something of a collector, actually. I like to think of them as my "adventures"), but I really don't want to be asymmetrical again or lose any sensation. How likely is that to happen?
|rosaclinic ||09-14-2012 11:50 AM |
Surgical reduction of very large breasts can overcome both physical and psychological burdens for a teenage girl. In fact, many teenagers suffer ongoing back pain due to overly large breasts. Although waiting may prolong the psychological awkwardness, it is advisable to delay surgery until breast growth ceases in order to achieve the best result.
|Dr.Vickery ||10-01-2012 06:09 AM |
It is common for teens to have breast reduction surgery if they have reached their growth potential. The average teen will be 17 years or so prior to the surgery. There are some younger teens who have such large breasts that it is interfering dramatically with their physical and social development. In these teens , surgery may be performed as early as 15. Most important is for the teen requesting surgery to be mature enough to fully understand that breast reduction surgery requires some scars, possible loss of nipple areolar sensation and possibly restricts breast feeding. It is imperative that the surgeon review these aspects of the surgery carefully with the patient and her family. Breast reduction surgery is frequently life changing for patients, but every patient must understand the permanent changes that occur from the procedure.
|porshered99 ||10-09-2012 02:11 AM |
Nice read. Thanks for the info!
|aremwellness ||11-16-2012 12:49 AM |
dear i can understand your problem. consult youe doctor he will probably recommend some exercise for your back pain relief and delay surgery because you are too young. body need a margin to grow properly and it has limitations to sexual life as well.good luck!
|grenvillemerit ||02-19-2013 10:41 PM |
Women with large breasts may suffer from back problems and have trouble finding clothes that fit properly over their chests; a bigger chest size is not always sexy or flattering to one's figure. There are several steps that you can take to reduce your breast size at home, without resorting to a surgical breast reduction. geld verdienen
|benedictbrent ||03-10-2013 09:42 PM |
Breast reduction surgery can get your chest down to a reasonable size so you can get on with your life. Overlarge breasts cause a number of problems for teenage girls. They can cause back and breathing problems.free live chat software
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