Things to consider before you go ahead
It's important to discuss your problems and options with your GP and an appropriately qualified surgeon before having a breast reduction.
This will help you get a clear idea of what changes you can expect to see and ensure you're aware of any risks involved.
Be aware that:
• a significant reduction can alter the shape and look of your breasts
• there will be scarring and possibly lost or altered nipple sensation
• your breasts can change in size and shape after surgery – for example, they may increase or decrease in size if you put on or lose weight
• breasts have a tendency to droop over time
• your breasts can get bigger during pregnancy and you may not be able to breastfeed after surgery – so you may need to wait until you're sure you don't want to have any more children
• For women with very large breasts, the benefits of a reduction may outweigh any potential problems. But for women with only moderately large breasts, the benefits may not be worth the risks.
Alternatives to breast reduction surgery
It's sometimes possible to reduce problems caused by having large breasts without the need for surgery.
The following measures may help:
• lose weight – if you're overweight, losing weight can help reduce the amount of fatty tissue in your breasts
• a professional bra-fitting service – for many women with problems due to large breasts, getting a professional to fit a correctly-sized bra can reduce discomfort
• physiotherapy – exercises from a physiotherapist can sometimes help with aches and pains caused by large breasts
• psychological support and treatment – this can help if your large breasts are causing emotional or mental health issues
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