As many women throughout the country have found out, breast reductions can be life changing. Consider a recent article for Too Fab titled “Stassi Schroeder Gushes About Breast Reduction — Says She Loves to Stare at Herself Naked Now!”
According to the author of the article, “Stassi Schroeder is getting candid about her recent trip under the knife! The ‘Vanderpump Rules’ star underwent a breast reduction and lift just two weeks ago — and now, she’s telling us how she’s feeling post-surgery and why she ‘can’t stop looking’ at herself naked. The fashion blogger previously credited her ‘saggy National Geographic tits’ as the reason why she decided to get the procedure. While she’s happy with the results so far, the recovery process hasn’t been easy. ‘It actually really hurts, I have to sleep on my back, like the sides are so swollen. I’m in so much pain on the sides,’ she tells toofab’s Candice Brock. ‘But honestly, when I take a shower and look at myself naked, I’m like,’That’s what’s popping,’ I just have to stare at myself because I’m like, ‘Do I actually look like this now?’ It’s crazy!’ Aside from loving the way her assets look, the 27-year-old fashionista is also excited to expand her wardrobe and take more fashion risks now that she’s more comfortable with her chest size.”
Medical Daily also takes a look at breast reductions in a recent article titled “How It Works: Breast Reduction Surgery And Treatment Of Macromastia.” Lecia Bushak of Medical Daily writes, “Breast enhancement surgery — frequently referred to as a boob job — remains the most common form of plastic surgery, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Other popular cosmetic procedures include Botox, butt augmentations, and neck lifts. But there are plenty of women who also go the opposite route of breast implants. Breast reduction surgery, unlike its counterpart, is often completed due to medical reasons, not aesthetic ones. Women who suffer from macromastia or gigantomastia, both of which involve unusually large and heavy breasts, typically turn to breast reduction surgery because non-surgical treatments offer little to no relief for their symptoms. Macromastia can cause severe chronic pain in the back, neck, and shoulders, and contribute to poor posture, shortness of breath, difficulty sleeping, and even obesity, since large breasts make it difficult to exercise without pain. Typically, women are prescribed anti-inflammatory meds or physical therapy, and can be encouraged to lose weight, but even weight loss can’t solve the problem.”
If you’re considering breast reduction surgery, you need a surgeon you can trust. Rex E. Moulton-Barrett, M.D. is internationally known and acknowledged. He is board certified with The American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and The American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
With Dr. Moulton-Barrett, breast reduction is performed under general anesthesia. It takes about three to four hours and usually requires an overnight stay.
Considering breast reduction? Contact Dr. Moulton-Barrett for a consultation.