Breast reduction or reduction mammoplasty is a surgery that is generally taken up for three possible reasons –Physical, Psychological and Aesthetic. Disproportionate breasts can get problematic by causing severe back and neck pain, mar self-image and thus lead to a fall in a person’s self-confidence.
When do people opt for it?
Breast reduction becomes essential in the following cases:
This is a medical condition in women where the breast weight may reach up to 2.5 kilograms leading to enlarged breasts which come followed by chronic neck, shoulder, back and head aches. In macromastia, the breasts sag and other health issues like breathing troubles, hindrances in normal blood circulation and inframammaryintertrigo can also occur.
This is a medical condition in women where the breast weight exceeds 2.5 kilograms thus causing straining of skin and muscles and can lead to ulceration.
Both macromastia and gigantomastia when not distinctively considered are known under one name –hypertrophy of breasts. Hypertrophy is benign and can occur in one or both the breasts. When the breast weight becomes 3% or more of the total body weight, it is described as hypertrophy.
Breast reduction can have two approaches which are:
Therapies – Therapies happen to be more effective when the breast enlargements are mild. Obese women can undertake physical activities that help burn fat. Some physical therapies help relieve back, neck and shoulder pain which results from breast enlargement.
Surgery – A surgery is the most effective solution to breast enlargement or hypertrophy. This procedure is undertaken with a motive to correct the size of the breasts and make them proportionate to the body. Here, the extra tissues get cut off and removed while the nipple areolar complex is rearranged upon the breast hemisphere.
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