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BREAST REDUCTION

What is a Breast Reduction?

Reduction Mammoplasty is one of the most performed procedure by our surgeons, this surgery is used to reduce the size of large breast by removing extra fat, skin and breast tissue. Most surgeons choose to use drains to avoid the chance of fluid accumulation also known as a Seroma. Breast Reduction is usually done under General Anesthesia to ensure the patient safety and comfort. For a better outcome, the procedure should be performed by a Board Certify Plastic or Cosmetic Surgeon.

Who Qualifies for a Breast Reduction?

What are few body signs and symptoms that make you perfect candidate? For a Breast Reduction, if you are consistent with at least 3 or more of the following, you are an ideal candidate for this procedure.

  1. Back/neck pain.
  2. Change in posture.
  3. Bra strap Grooving.
  4. Chafing, sweating or rashes under the breast.
  5. Numb hands and fingers.
  6. Decresed in nipple sensation.
  7. Limitations to physical activities.
  8. Troubles finding proper Clothing and bras.


Can I breastfeed after a Breast Reduction surgery?

During the procedure the surgeon needs to remove part of the breast, that may include fat, skin, and glandular tissues. This may interfere with milk supply and/or the travel path to the nipple, causing a reduction on milk production.

Is Breast Reduction an ambulatory procedure?

Breast Reduction is an invasive procedure to reduce size and achieve a proportional breast for a woman’s body. This procedure is to be performed at a Hospital or a fully equipped Surgical Center by a Plastic surgeon, this procedure does not required hospital stay, you should be ready to go home shortly after your 2 hours procedure, most surgeons requires a 24 hours follow up and a seven days checkup to be sure of Propper healing.

How Long is The Recovery for a Breast reduction?

The Recovery process for any surgical procedure should be smooth and comfortable. After the surgical procedure you will receive the post care instructions in writing, for you to properly heal you should follow them very carefully. The instructions will contain all type of medications recommended by you physician. It is important to understand you are not allowed to use anything else but the medications recommended by your surgeon. Most surgeons recommend no physical activities for the first 2 weeks, this may change depending on each patient.

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How Can You Prepare For A Breast Reduction Procedure?

There are several things to be done to ready yourself before a breast reduction surgery. You have to prepare your body at least a month before the surgery to avoid any complications after the surgery.

 

Steps To Take Before A Breast Reduction Surgery

1. Visit A Medical Professional

Once you have decided to have a breast reduction surgery, the first thing you should do is to visit a medical professional that is licensed to perform a surgery.

Make sure that you approach a trusted surgeon since breast reduction surgery is a delicate operation and it can impact you for a long period of time.

2. Mammogram

Of course, before any surgery, your doctor needs to have proper tests to make sure that your body is prepared for the surgery. Usually, a mammogram will be enough for a doctor to assess if you are fit to undergo the surgery.

3. Prepare Emotionally For The Change

While this is not the focus of a lot of people, you should prepare yourself for the physical changes you may experience.

Of course, some women who would feel emotionally better once the surgery is over, but for the first few weeks or months, you will have to adjust to your new physical appearance.

Things To Remember Before A Breast Reduction Surgery

Your doctor will advise you to prepare for the surgery and may suggest a change in your lifestyle to help you recover faster and avoid any complications after the procedure. The following are a few things you should take note of before the surgery.

1. Stop Smoking

Smoking before any big surgery can have some effects. Several studies show that smokers are more likely to experience complications after the surgery. It is revealed that smokers are three times more likely to develop T-junction necrosis compared to people who have undergone the same surgery but do not smoke.

It is suggested that a woman stops smoking for 6 to 8 weeks before the surgery. You need to give your body enough time to recover from the nicotine and other chemicals found in a cigarette.

After that, it is recommended that you avoid smoking cigarettes as long as possible, but generally, 1 to 2 months is safe enough to smoke again.

2. Avoid Taking Certain Medicines

There are certain medicines such as aspirin and other anti-inflammatory drugs that can affect the surgery. It is best to ask your doctor about the things you cannot take before the surgery. Best avoid taking things that can increase bleeding as it may prolong your recovery time.

Certain herbal medicines can also increase blood flow. It is best to avoid such medications until you are fully healed from the surgery. You can ask your doctor about certain medications in case it is truly needed.

How Long Do The Results Of A Breast Reduction Last?

After the surgery, you no longer have to worry about the inconvenience of bigger breasts. There is no reason to worry about your breasts going back to their full size as the results of the operation will be permanent.

However, gaining weight can also contribute to your breast’s size. Your breasts will store fats at the same rate with the rest of your body, so you do not have to worry about it being disproportional, but it is better to maintain your weight to avoid any complications.

Just remember that breasts can still sag due to old age, after which, you may decide to have another surgery to make them look better.

How Is Breast Reduction Surgery Recovery?

Like any other major surgeries, people who undergo breast reduction surgery require a lot of time to recover. It differs from every person and there are other factors that can affect your recovery time.

Generally, it takes 2-3 months for the breast to fully heal. After that, you can enjoy your new normal with different breasts that can improve your life.

For the first 6 to 12 months, you will notice a few changes with your breasts. This is pretty normal for a lot of patients who have undergone surgery.

You have to prepare yourself for scars and bruising. However, you should immediately contact your doctor if you are noticing certain side effects that seem to be out of the ordinary.

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