BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY: PRE-SURGERY ADVICE AND GUIDANCELarge, heavy breasts can cause a great deal of discomfort for women, with many experiencing neck ache, back pain and in the worst case scenario, skeletal deformity as a direct result of the excess weight placed on their bodies. If you yourself are experiencing a high level of discomfort because of the size and weight of your breasts, you may have considered breast reduction surgery to remove this unwanted burden. If this is the case, then we at Safer Cosmetic Surgery are here to offer you some post-surgery advice and guidance to alleviate any anxieties you may be feeling.
Medical ConsultationBefore you commit to having this operation, it’s important that you find a qualified surgeon who is a fully fledged member of the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and the British Association of Aesthetic Surgeons (BAAPS). You can find a surgeon is who both a member of these organisations and local to you by visiting our website. During the consultation, you can ask the surgeon any questions you may have about the surgical procedure, the potential risks, and the after-effects. The surgeon will then look at your breasts and explain how they intend to re-shape and re-proportion your breasts so that they no longer weigh you down and affect your standard of living.
Pre-Surgery AdviceYour surgeon should discuss what you can and cannot do before the surgical procedure, however to give you an insight into what to expect we have listed some of the common guidelines below. Usually before the surgery you will be expected to sustain from eating or drinking for at least 8 hours before the surgery unless otherwise stated. In addition to this, you should avoid taking aspirin as this can thin the blood and lead to excessive bleeding. For further advice and guidance, use our website to find an approved surgeon who will tell you everything you need to know before committing to breast reduction surgery.
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