Losing Weight and Subsequent Breasts Enlargement

It is not only the breasts skin that is negatively affected by major weight loss. Actually, even the breast tissue itself changes from full and supple to loose and flaccid. In the process of breast augmentation surgery the breasts restore their original volume with the help of breast implant.

Breast enlargement allows for many choices regarding the spot of the small incision this surgery can be performed through: it can be either along the breast fold, in the underarms or around the areola. The implants can be placed under the breast tissue or under the breast (pectoralis) muscle. Weight loss patients usually have the implants put under the muscle as it looks more natural.

The surgery of breast enlargement is an outpatient procedure and is done either with general or twilight anesthesia. The pain after surgery is controlled by oral medication, and most patients can return to work in eight to ten days after the surgery.

The reason why breast implants make moral police and medical professionals frown is the risks for health they entail. The most recent of controversies about implants being filled with silicone gel made a lot of physicians use implants filled with a saline solution.

You can find advice on breast lifting and augmentation in various weight loss forums. The suggestions you may find there are usually natural and safe. One of them will definitely work for you, and you will be happy with the improved shape of your breast.

In some cases you could do with breast enlargement pills or special gel. These means can also be effective and make your breasts look better and younger. Moreover, these means do not cause any harmful side effects.

Jerry K

Dr. Jerry K is the founder and CEO of YourWebDoc.com, part of a team of more than 30 experts. Dr. Jerry K is not a medical doctor but holds a degree of Doctor of Psychology; he specializes in family medicine and sexual health products. During the last ten years Dr. Jerry K has authored a lot of health blogs and a number of books on nutrition and sexual health.