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Breast reduction

Breast reduction

One of the most common and very natural indications of a woman's physical beauty is her breast; they are the part of the body that can give you a curvy and feminine body that you can feel comfortable in.
But sometimes due to either pregnancy or genetics, you breast might have a slight problem in their shape, they can be either too big which can cause problems of mobility for you and back problems, or they can look uneven after breastfeeding.
That physical look can make many women feel uncomfortable in their own skin which can lead to a massive drop in their confidence.
And breast problems are not only limited to women, many men suffer from chestal and breast problems where fat cells accumulate in that area causing a massive discomfort.
There are many solutions for this problem, but one of the most famous and highly effective ones is the breast reduction procedure.
Modern medicine is described as being highly innovative, with new procedures showing up every day to solve our medical and beauty problems.
The breast reduction procedure poses as the best and most modern solution for people suffering from problems with the shape of their breast.
The Medespoir family welcomes you to come and have this highly efficient procedure so that you can have the body you always dreamed of.

What is breast reduction surgery?

Breast reduction is a cosmetic surgery that is aimed mainly for women who are not satisfied with the size of their breasts, or who suffer from a difference in the size of the breasts, it can also be performed for therapeutic purposes for women who suffer from Heaviness in the chest, a feeling of discomfort, back, shoulder and neck pain, and shortness of breath.
This surgery can also be performed for men who suffer from a high level of female hormones causing what is known as gynecomastia.

How to prepare for breast reduction?

Before the undergoing the operation, your doctor will first run some tests on you to see you are suffering from a disease that do not allow you to have the surgery. During this appointment you will also agree with your doctor on the desired breast size after the breast reduction surgery.
Some of the tests that will be conducted during your first visits to the doctor are:

  • A complete blood count.
  • Blood chemistry.
  • Chest imaging.
  • Breast cancer test.

You should consult your doctor about any medications that should be stopped before the surgery.
You should also stop drinking alcohol for 48 hours before the surgery, and stop eating and drinking for 8 hours before the surgery.

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What happens during the breast reduction surgery?

The doctor starts by injecting you with a serum containing antibiotics in order to prevent infection, they will also give you general anesthetic to keep the area of the operation numb while you stay awake.
After that an incision is made in the breast, the doctor then begins to remove all of the excess breast tissue, fat and skin, and finally the incision is sutured with special cosmetic stitches covered with antibiotics in order to reduce the possibility of infection.
The surgery usually takes about two hours to be completed, and in almost all cases you don't need to spend the night at the clinic.

What happens after the breast reduction procedure?

After the procedure there is a slight chance that you have to remain in the clinic for a night so that the medical team can monitor your condition.
You will feel a slight pain, and swelling in your breast in the first days after surgery and bruises may appear on the surface of the breasts; your doctor will prescribe the necessary painkillers to help with that.
The surgeon usually leaves one drain tube or several tubes to get rid of bleeding, these tubes will be removed after several days.
You should avoid any hard physical activities and stay away from playing sports for a period of time to allow your body to properly heal.
The recovery period after undergoing breast reduction takes one week, and you should get enough rest during it.
You must call or visit your doctor immediately to go for a medical examination in the event of severe pain, high body temperature, bleeding or secretions from the surgical incision.

How much does the breast reduction procedure costs?

Generally cosmetic surgeries can be a bit costly, this is why before deciding on having any esthetic procedure you must know the price that best suits your budget.
Medespoir is here to solve that problem for you, we offer a price that is unmatched and will help anyone have the cosmetic procedure they want.
This is thanks to our all-inclusive package that covers all aspects of your operation.
This means that you can have the breast reduction surgery and not worry about your medication costs, the doctor's payment or the transportations fees, our all-inclusive package also covers a luxurious hotel room so that you can enjoy a nice relaxing experience.
When choosing Medespoir you will be guaranteed the best care possible thanks to our highly skillful medical team that will work day and night to deliver the results you always wanted.
With a combination of a highly professional staff and the most affordable prices possible on the market it's easy why so many people choose our agency to help them with their medical tourism needs.

What are the risks of having a breast reduction operation?

To really decide on undergoing any cosmetic surgery, you must know and understand all it's aspects, even it's risks.
And every medical or esthetic procedure carries with it some potential complications, your doctor will discuss them with you in much more depth when you meet with them in your first appointments and will clarify how to handle them in case they happen.
The risks of breast reduction operation are very rare and in most of the time they are mild, some of them are:

  • Scarring.
  • Unevenly shaped breasts or nipples.
  • Loss sensation in your chest area.
  • Being permanently unable to breastfeed.
  • Fat necrosis.
  • Excess skin left around the scars.
  • Haematoma.
  • Wound healing problems.
  • Excessive bleeding.
  • Infection.
  • Allergic reaction to the anaesthetic.
  • Blood clot.
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