If you have to ask: “What is so bad about having very large breasts?”, then you are not aware of the intense physical and emotional stress that some women suffer from this condition on a daily basis. Overly large breasts can cause severe back, neck, and shoulder pain and can even lead to difficulties with breathing. Bras often must be special-ordered online and even then, rashes and skin irritation can develop under the crease of the breasts.
And sports such as running, softball, or soccer? They can be very painful and are often avoided altogether. Women with overly large breasts are constantly limited by what they can do, what they can wear, how they feel on the inside and out, and commonly suffer from the persistent worry that they are defined by their big breasts. Unwanted and inappropriate attention only serves to worsen the emotional toll, as these women struggle to be seen for who they are and not just what’s on their chest.
Dr. Aycock hears the same sentiments, time and time again, from women who undergo breast reduction surgery: “I wish I had done this sooner!” and “Why didn’t I do this years ago?” Breast reduction surgery can help you to reclaim your health, your self-esteem, your wardrobe options, and your ability to participate in athletic activities such as jogging, swimming, Pilates and yoga. With an expert plastic and reconstructive surgeon, you can achieve smaller and lighter breasts that are firm and shapely, proportioned just right for your body. You can also reduce the size of your nipples along with the procedure so that they will look just right on your new breasts.
If you are tired of the physical and emotional distress that comes along with having overly large breasts, there is no reason not to take back control. Your happiness and health should come first in life, and with easy financing options, a breast reduction is a wonderful solution that will leave you feeling revitalized and ready to take on the world. In some cases, insurance coverage may be available. Don’t hesitate to schedule a complimentary initial consultation with Dr. Aycock to find out if a breast reduction can give you back the freedom to do what you want, and be who you really are.