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What is a Breast Reduction?
If you have disproportionately large breasts that are causing neck pain, back pain, or other physical symptoms, you may be considering breast reduction surgery.

Most women who get breast reduction are very satisfied with the results. Men with conditions such as gynecomastia (in which male breasts are abnormally enlarged) may also get breast reduction.

Why is a breast reduction required?
Breast reduction surgery is meant for women who have large breasts and want to resolve issues such as:

➞ Chronic back, neck and shoulder pain

➞ Chronic rash or skin irritation under the breasts

➞ Deep grooves in the shoulders from bra strap pressure

➞ Restricted activity

➞ Poor self-image related to large breasts

➞ Difficulty fitting into bras and clothing

➞ Difficulty sleeping

How is the procedure done?
The procedure is done in a hosptial setting with a 2 day admission. You will be given general anaesthesia for the procedure. The surgery takes about 3-4 hours.
The surgeon will make a cut around your nipple then downward on the breast in the form of a keyhole. Extra skin, tissue, and fat from your breasts will be removed. The nipple will be repositioned. The surgeon may use drainage tubes and then stitch up your breasts and wrap them in a special gauze. You may also need to wear a surgical bra.

Recovering after Breast Reduction Surgery
You will need to take at least one week off from work or school for breast reduction surgery. Some people need two weeks, but each situation varies. About a week after the surgery, your bandages and stitches will be removed.
While you recover, you'll need to stop physical activity for at least one month after surgery.
You are likely to experience Breast Pain.

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