Becky Fulford was used to having large breasts in the past. Her perception changed as she began experiencing chronic back and neck pain. She consulted with some friends, dermatologists, and plastic surgeons, asking her to lose her wait time and breast size. Despite her workouts and diet plan, she couldn’t make much of a change.
Then she underwent this procedure while she was not recovering. She’s a hairdresser who has been considering a reduction treatment since she was 16 but couldn’t realize this idea in the past. She had the surgery at the age of thirty. With a bra size ranging from 30 Fahrenheit to 34GB, finding a well-fitting bra has always been a challenge.
She was not able to wear a normal size bra. She had to find a bra that fits in the market. You no longer need to do this hard work. She can only go to the market and buy a bra of her choice. She now has a wide bra and dress options. It was difficult for her to exercise in the gym and even walk sometimes due to the pain.
A plastic surgeon helps in raising the pregnancy
It is not easy for women with enlarged breasts to naturally reduce their body and chest size. Becky also tried to do it using traditional weight loss methods but without profit. All of these concerns are all too familiar to Dr. Joy Cloet, St. John’s plastic surgeon.
she says ; “Women with large breasts suffer from chronic back pain, neck, shoulder and many other problems. People get a rash under their chest, and over time they can develop permanent grooves in their shoulders.”
It is important to note that this procedure is not covered by regular medical insurance plans. The procedure is not cheap and a huge amount of funding is needed. It is believed that most women with large breasts can resort to it but the treatment is not only for all women. Breast tissue must have a certain weight, and the woman must have health problems.
Big breasts run in families
Women who have a large size and want to have children should know that this problem can run in families. Your daughter can also become a victim of this problem and you can stop this if you reduce the size using a shrinking technique. You might be affordable with a large sized box but what if your kids have it too.
Clouet says having large breasts is common in Newfoundland and Labrador, and it appears to run in families, so there is a genetic component. She says that the negative attention was not only from men, but also from women. “Girls only get threatened by you. People feel for some reason that you are going to go after their boyfriend because you are so talented.”
Becky and her husband now have plans to have children. She was waiting for the right moment to start a family. She is still concerned about breastfeeding, but the plastic surgeon has assured her that she can breastfeed easily in the future. Dr. Chloet says most women will be able to breastfeed afterward. However, there is a chance that you will lose the ability to breastfeed naturally or completely.