In a recent article, we took a look at just when women should consider getting breast reduction surgery.
Many women may think that ladies who choose to get their chest reduced must need their head testing – after all, isn’t bigger always better? When it comes to breasts, this isn’t always the case, even though breast enlargements remain a popular choice for many women around Australia. So why would women ever choose to have theirs reduced, and should you consider it? Let’s take a look.
Is bigger breasts always best?
Women with naturally large breasts are not always as happy with their ample chest as many may have you believe. Indeed, such women can often wish that they were smaller, more in line with their friends and colleagues.
There are several reasons as to why this may be, and if this sounds like something you’re thinking about, be sure to contact Esteem Cosmetic Studio for a consultation. First, though, let’s examine just why large breasts can be a burden for those who never wished for them.
Women with naturally large breasts are not always as happy with their ample chest as many may have you believe.
Of course, one of the most obvious problems with breasts that are simply too big is that they can put a big strain on the structure of the body itself. Breasts are full of fat, skin and blood, and having two large ones on your chest, that’s going to weigh something considerable. It’s up to your back, neck and shoulders to support them, and if yours are overly large, the constant stresses of keeping them (and you!) upright all day can lead to severe aches and pains on your back, which can only be relieved by lying down for long periods of time, or with medication.
This can lead to poor posture in some women, and it can be very difficult to find a bra of the correct size. Sports, exercise and other activities that require you to move around can sometimes be a practical impossibility as they can bounce around, inhibiting your performance, and become too painful due to the constant bouncing, even with the use of a sports bra. So should you consider a breast reduction?
For some women, going all the way with a breast reduction isn’t always necessary, as there are physical therapy classes and the aforementioned pain relief that can come with having a bigger chest than most. These, though, are temporary solutions, and the only way to give yourself permanent relief from a sore back and aching limbs is to look at your options when it comes to a breast reduction. It’s a simple procedure, so get in touch with us to find out how we can help.