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Friday, July 10, 2009

When Big Bust is No Longer an Asset....

It is true that having a big bust is an asset in most cases. Having a big bust that proportions your body and height will give you a figure that everyone will envy.

Women with big breast suffer physical discomfort. Large, heavy breasts can cause back and neck pain, skin irritation, and posture problems. The constant pull of heavy breasts may make bra straps leave painful indentations in a woman's shoulders. Some physical activities may be painful or awkward for women with large breasts. Teenagers and young women with large breasts may especially feel self-conscious wearing swimsuits and other types of clothing due to unwelcome attention to large breasts.

Because of the physical discomfort, bad posture and embarrassment that women with large breast experience, more and more want to undergo breast reduction surgery. Breast reduction surgery removes some of the tissue and skin from the breasts to reshape and reduce the size of the breasts. The surgery changes the weight and the firmness of the breast.

When considering a breast reduction surgery, it is important to chose the most experienced and skilled surgeon to do the job. At MYA, you will not only get the services of the best surgeon but you will also get the most affordable and flexible finance packages in creating a new you. Please visit www.mya.co.uk for free plastic surgery advice.

4 comments:

Grampy said...

I am afraid men would disagree with Breast reduction. Some like inplants. I feel you should leave mother nature alone. Unless there is a medical problem.

Dorothy L said...

I think big busts are overrated thanks to the media hype and the sale of sex. It is sad when people actually allow what the media portrays as the in thing to affect their happiness levels.
All of this cosmetic surgery is going to have a detrimental effect on our future children.

I have known many girls with larger breasts that have had nothing but problems health wise and emotional wise.

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Great post, Lulu.
Kontento na ako sa anong meron ako. he-he-he
Have a blessed Sunday.

Bettie Comerford said...

That is SOOO true! Other women may be contented with their size, but it's a whole different matter when breasts get in the way of your movements and your health. The need to reduce is difficult to explain to those who believe that a big bust is something to boast about.

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