Cosmetic surgeons and insurance companies

Insurance companies in the United States provide over 90% of the profit to breast reduction surgeons, who make more money every year on breast reductions than they do on breast implants. Early in the decade, a form of PS industry shill which disguises itself as a scientific study (an article shill) was inaugurated to demonstrate, in study after study, that large breasts cause back pain.


Although these studies were often done by reputable employees and even at reputable institutions, and were published in reputable medical journals, it was found that each one of them departed drastically from from standard scientific and statistic protocol, which is totally inexcusable. These studies were also structured in such a fashion as to allow multilevel biasing to occur, part of the radical violation of scientific fundamentals.


Likely explanation for these repeated pseudo studies that all try to prove the same thing is that the PS industry has taken every possible method to spread the idea that big breasts cause back pain, since the back pain thesis is fundamental to the medical insurance profit cooperation that finances the huge profit made by the PS industry. Primarily, they were there to convince the medical and insurance industries of this claim.


Although these studies continue to be repeated, with always the same results that they are designed to prove, the initial studies opened the door toward establishing the medical industry as the primary industry shill for the PS breast reduction profit machine. Utilizing the medical establishment has been, more than anything, responsible for the epidemic of iatrogenic illness that has been created for the purpose of maintaining PS profit margins.

Myths about the insurance coverage for breast enhancement

Magazines continue to remind large breasted women that all they have to do is lie or not lie to virtually any doctor about having back pain, and their insurance will pay for their breast reduction. The more than $500,000,000 per year profits to PS’s on breast reduction surgery, more than total breast implant profits to the same group, is enabled almost entirely thru the insurance companies thanks to the facilitation of the medical industry in the US. Remember, PS’s are doctors.


That’s because cup size is not a measure of breast mass or volume. A 42DD is almost twice as big as a 32DD, although the 42DD is the same cup size and looks smaller next to a body frame that has a lot more fat on it (like about three to four times the body fat). If a woman reduces her breast volume somewhat slower than she reduces the fat deposited on her upper torso (shoulders, fat under her arms, fat on her back, fat over her pecs) math shows that her cup size can actually go up, even tho the actual mass of her breasts might have been reduced. Contrary to popular belief, the insurance companies do not manufacture money like the PS industry manufactures negativity toward all natural big breasts.


The money must come from somewhere, such as from priority rearrangement, meaning that other persons who need similarly priced operations (such as for the elimination of serious chronic pain) will be turned down, so that the *medical industry* can get away with financing the *PS industry*. It’s a very good thing that the thousands of suffering people that get slighted for needy surgery do not turn around and sue their insurance companies. A very good thing indeed.

Experience of breast augmentation

It wasn’t very painful at all. I was in the hospital for three days (live in Canada) should have been just one night, but I stayed two days because I was from out of town, got a fever my second day so I stayed a third. But I had virtually no pain, I was stiff as hell, but no pain — that’s what the drugs are for if you need them, but most people I talk to don’t use pain killers after (I did, because I’m a big wuss!)


If it is the pain you’re worried about, don’t! It was definitely worth any pain there was — I had a sore throat during my first week from an infection and that hurt more than the BR… It is nice to fit into half decent clothing, and when I try on my old bras, they fit (I had 2 1/2 lbs removed!)…which you might think is odd, but like I said, they fit, they didn’t over flow or be squished. I could wear no bra if I wanted to, they would look fine! Regarding the lift vs. the reduction. I had both done, but if a lift is what you are after, they would definitely help. I remember being at 16 thinking I have the boobs of a forty year old, and now that I’m 21, I’m thinking, FINALLY! I have the boobs of a 16 year old for the first time!


I”m quite happy about this! I’m 21 years old, and didn’t have any children, BUT, was told by my friend that her friends sister is breastfeeding after her BR. I’m not saying that everyone gets this ability back, but not all is lost. I’m not holding my breath, and won’t know until the day comes I guess, but I’ve dealt and accepted this as one of the risks of a BR… there are other risks and complications of BR, and you should talk to you Plastic Surgeon about this.


Every insurance company works differently, we don’ t have that problem here, I just needed a referral – do research on the internet, it is a valuable tool. There are internet groups out there for BR support. My friend Les moderates one and she reads every message that comes through, keeping out the pervs (we had many problems at other groups) but she does an amazing job… which brings me to my next point, how you made a joke about guys with big balls… I’m not a man hater (for those who may write complaining about this)… but in all seriousness, I don’t care what men say about BR… When the day comes a guy carries two and a half pounds between his legs, then he has something to complain and say about.

Breast reduction and implant industry

The PS industry, having gone unpunished for all of its evil activities in the past, continued with them, extended them, enlarged them. Indeed, they predictably adapted their techniques, notably their capacity to bias, distort, censor, confabulate, spin for the purpose of promotion, to wheel and deal,and to play on the fragile self image of women in American culture.


In particular, the PS industry directed their technology to solving the problem of their sudden income loss, and they succeeded with this wildly, so much so that now, with the breast implant business returned to its former business boom, their strategies have led to a full doubling of their business profits (annually, total industry, dollar values adjusted for inflation) over the former heights in 1992


Thus it came to pass that after 1992, the PS industry came to be supported by two major pillars, the breast implants operations and the breast reduction surgeries. Each of these branches tend to be equal and opposite. The breast reduction and the breast implant industry in America as a whole take white women as its primary demographic, its major population of profit and exploitation, and consequently its major dumping grounds of its pollutions.


Targeting of the white race in America for the PS industry is racist, a form of genicide, and the combined effects of the PS industry and the diet industry have initiated waves of iatrogenic illness and deformity in that group.The breast implant foundation of the PS industry is supported by the *entertainment industry* as its primary shills. The major demographic, or business target is thinnish women, a focus that makes full exploitation of the nature of female body fat and its association with breast size. The promotion of this branch works mainly thru providing examples, showcasing the glories of breast implants.

Insurance cover for breast enlargement

No doubt people need proper treatment, but often the medical treatment carries disadvantages and doctor caused illnesses are common. Breast reduction, I think, is likely to cause some loss of breastfeeding ability. About half of the woman who cannot breastfeed in the US owe this to the fact that they have had breast reduction surgery. Breast reduction patients are 70% as common as breast augmentation recipients, yet reduction is major cause of this problem in the overall pop.


Breast reduction causes major scarring, vastly greater than does breast augmentation. There are two forms of scarring… a lot of long, permanent scars on the outside of the breasts, and the deeper, bigger, internal scars caused when a huge section of the breast is removed and the gaping sides of the gap are joined together.


Furthermore, when these segments are removed, any glandular and neural tissue in them is thrown away too, plus the nipples must be severed from most of their surrounding tissue and relocated. This all means that, regardless of talk about how breast augmentation can cause numb nipples, this is really *many times* more likely to happen with breast reduction. I think that just as a sharp eye can identify a lot of women who have had breast augmentation, a good observer can find lots of women who have had breast reduction, since certain “cosmetic distortions” can result.


A large breasted woman who claims back pain can easily get her HMO to cover breast reduction surgery. But, for the sake of argument, imagine that she instead petitioned to get postural therapy, chiropractic counseling, exercise assistance, and whatever it would take to treat the problem in a noninvasive fashion. Although this would all cost the provider a lot less than breast reduction surgery, it is highly unlikely that the the insurance company would fill her claim.

Protection of the medical field for augmentation

Medical protection to the PS industry, including its perks in the American legal structure, is now the great rock that the PS industry is hiding under. Unfortunately for the PS industry, most of us would rather see the source of the original evil punished for the wrongs that have been committed. A slew of lawsuits enforcing regulation of the the PS industry may draw up the cost of these services, but the PS industry is not essential to our existence and lives as healthy civilized human beings.


Dragging the *medical industry* into this potential Armageddon will not help us, because we need *affordable medical care*. It is certainly hoped therefore that the medical industry will most quickly begin to withdraw their support of the PS exploiters. If they fail to **sever** relations, the PS industry will cling adamantly to their cocktails for protection, taking the rest of the doctors (who are not PS’s) down into their self created black hole.


Unfortunately, the medical industry, and its capacity to manufacture public perceptions for the purpose of prospering its profits, has become central to the issues. It turns out that the medical industry, far before the PS confederates became a major enterprise, has a checkered past in this area. Furthermore, the idea that an industry can distort, bias, and corrupt information and thereby create a wave of *iatrogenic* (doctor caused illness) represents a potential tragedy, a full scandle for the medical industry in itself.

Promotor of breast augementation

The *primary agent of promotion* for the important breast reduction industry has been the *medical* industry. The seeds of medical industry promotion of the PS industry had been planted long ago, but in the glow of the breast reduction propaganda, able to get peoples sympathies while focusing on serious female self esteem problems, medical industry/PS industry partnership grew and grew, and with it the annual *insurance paid, free to patient* profits to PS’s for their esteemed services of “helping humanity.”


At its root, the entire enterprise is a fragile house of cards, since the claims of the medical industry, the basis of countless doctors presciptions for breast reduction have no scientific basis. From the beginning, the PS industry has relied on sophisticated shill techniques to create a common illusion that blames perfectly natural size of a woman’s breasts on a variety of illnesses, with back pain, supplemented by other problems, as the major symptom that powers the financial facilitation and promotion network of the medical PS industry partnership. A variety of methods, weaving behavioral science, information bias, multistage circular constructions of reality, and industry driven alterations of common perception based of social psychology, these have been used to evolve a manufactured “fact”.


A most compelling promotion comes from the highly reverenced and trusted medical establishment in America, a authority that people literally trust with their lives. Unfortunately, the medical industry, and its capacity to manufacture public perceptions for the purpose of prospering its profits, has become central to the issues. It turns out that the medical industry, far before the PS confederates became a major enterprise, has a checkered past in this area. Furthermore, the idea that an industry can distort, bias, and corrupt information and thereby create a wave of *iatrogenic* (doctor caused illness) represents a potential tragedy, a full scandal for the medical industry in itself.

Profits from breast augmentation

Mind you, the significant role that the US medical community has played in exploiting young undeveloped minds and bodies for profit represents only part of the total advances that doctors have made in achieving ongoing progress in the profits of breast reduction surgery in the US. Basically, the industry that promotes the breast reductions and facilitates their payment via the insurance companies is the the medical industry, which is a super set of the PS industry.


The PS industry was very quick at correcting for their breast surgery profit losses in 1991 by building up breast reduction as a major secondary source of income. Last decade, inspite of the two thirds reduction early on in breast implant profits, the’ total PS profits from breast surgery were not reduced at all, thanks to the speedy promotion of the breast reduction in the medical industry as well as media.


Since that time, both the profits from breast augmentation and the profits from breast reduction (which have tended to exceed breast implants profits) have continued to grow exponentially each year, and now, breast augmentation profits have somewhat exceeded what they were before their downfall, while breast reduction profits have kept pace and still exceed profits from breast implants.


Therefore, as the surgeons rake in money thru both the augmentations, which act upon all women who are smaller than a standard defined by PS authorities, and breast reductions, which apply to all women larger than the aesthetic ideals defined by the reverenced PS’s who are doctors and have the backing of doctors, the surgeons now make three times the annual breast alteration profits that they did just before their unfortunate incident with the silicone lawsuits. Hence, the PS industry has not only corrected the danger to its ongoing profits, but it has managed to use the incident of the silicone losses and turn it a situation that has made them richer than ever.

Medical insurance for breast reduction

However, Medical insurance covers physical ailments. Low self esteem and poor body image are not physical ailments. I have seen doctors on TV talking about how many of the people who get plastic surgery do not get improved self esteem from the surgery (hence the need to screen patients). Self esteem and good body image are independent of actual physical appearance. A surgery on the outside is not going to fix the poor self esteem.


The person is already deriving too much of their self esteem from their appearance if they are willing to undergo surgery to correct some minor defect (not necessarily even a defect in the eyes of others). They could get their self esteem from career accomplishments or helping with charities instead of based on their looks. I do believe that most insurance companies do cover (as they should) reconstructive surgeries if people get burned or have cleft palate, etc. We do take care of our people, but we do not need to spoil them. Though I am not qualified to give advice on your situation, I know that there are a lot of qualified people who read this news group that can. It amazes me what the medical profession considers cosmetic surgery.


Dental and eyes are another example of what the insurance companies do not consider a part of your body when you hve problems. I will bet if a lot of insurance company board members wifes or daughters had your problem and pain, coverage would be changed. After feeling your pain it has made me think being a man, about how uncomfortable we can make a women feel when we dont focus on her eyes or what she is saying. Too many men, maybe including me will focus on well endowed womens chest, which really shows what jerks we can be. In our fantisies it we forget how hurt this woman may feel.

Breast enlargement for Her

The forces of nature (including breast feeding babies) have reduced her from a former perky 34B to a 34A. She has become self-conscious about this, and it has affected her choices of wardrobe (particularly bathing suits). A couple of her friends have undergone enhancement surgery for similar reasons.


We have begun somewhat serious discussions and are considering a consultation. I want to support DW in her decision, and I emphasize “HER” because it is her body – therefore it is her decision what medical procedures to have performed. Any type of medical procedure must be taken seriously. She seems very undecided at this point in time. Selfishly, I must confess I would love for her to be a perfect 36C.


But I am not foolish enough to think that larger breasts will have any significant effect on our relationship! Her friends that have had enlargements and/or lifts both seem to carry themselves with much more self- confidence than they did prior to their surgeries. One of the ladies in particular seems to have a totally new outlook on life (or so it appears!). She is much more lively, social, and seems to present herself in a more positive light.


Have any of the couples in this group wrestled with this decision? What insight do you have to share You might also search the web for doctors in your area. There are several doctors here in Oklahoma that have web sites which contain alot of information about the procedure, any effects etc. I would also recommend talking to several doctors before deciding on one.