Large, heavy breasts are most commonly caused by genetics and are completely normal and nothing to be worried about.
If they are causing any stress, physical or emotional, then you should consider breast reduction surgery as a quick, safe and effective procedure to reduce them to a smaller, more manageable size.
On rare occasions, there can be other factors causing heavy breasts. Again, in most cases, it is nothing to be concerned about, but these can include.
Exercise can help to lose weight off large, heavy breasts. Because the breasts contain fat, cardio and high-intensity exercises can help shed weight faster from problem areas. Aerobic exercises are good for all-round fat loss.
Breast reduction surgery can help a woman to lose weight from the breasts which can help ease back pain and shoulder and neck pain.
In cases where women have excessively large breasts or heavy breasts, breast reduction surgery is often the best means to permanently
A combination of cardio, high-intensity exercise and aerobic exercises can help to shift fat from the breasts. A healthy, calorie-controlled diet can also help.
Breast reduction surgery is a quick and effective way to lose breast fat
Yes large, heavy breasts can be treated by way of breast reduction surgery, otherwise known as mammoplasty. It works by removing excess tissue in the breast, as well as fat and skin to lighten the weight and prominence of the breast. As part of the procedure, the nipples will be reshaped or raised, along with the breast. This will create a perkier breast shape.
Here at the Cadogan Clinic, we regularly perform this procedure in combination with a breast uplift procedure to restore the optimal positioning of the breast post-surgery.
Weight loss, through exercise and diet, can help to shed breast fat. However breast reduction surgery is the quickest and often the most effective way of achieving this goal.
Breast reduction surgery reduces the volume of the breast, making them feel lighter. Breast reduction surgery can help ease or eliminate a host of physical and psychological problems experienced by women who have heavy or very large breasts.
Some women who may be concerned about their ability to breastfeed following breast reduction surgery. Here at the Cadogan Clinic our highly-skilled surgeons take care to retain connections between the remaining breast tissue and the skin. This will help to preserve breastfeeding capacity.
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