Different Ways Of Breast Enhancement

Professional success and concerns about appearance makes many women go for breast enhancement. We can find around a lot of people around who worry a lot about the size and shape of their breast. There are different methods to improve the size of the busts. There are both natural as well as complicated medical methods. One of the ways that most of the women who need sudden changes in their busts is to go for cosmetic surgery.

 

Cosmetic surgery is a preferable method as it takes less time to find changes. But it is considered to be risky. Moreover often it doesn’t bring the desired result. As a result women go for more natural methods. Even the consumption of pills brings in good results. Breast enhancement pills are usually the combination of different herbs like fenugreek, Mexican wild yam, blessed thisle, saw palmetto, fennel, Dong Quai and damiana.

 

These herbal ingredients contain plant estrogen which makes the breast tissues to grow as during the time of puberty. As it is a natural product the side effects will be considerably less.  Experiences prove that result can be expected within two months while using the pills for enhancing your breast. Some people even use this pill for a longer time as this often brings some other positive changes in the body. The use of these herbal pills has other advantages like lower cost and fewer side effects. On the other hand the surgical method is very costly and may not turn out to be successful most of the time.

 

Another method of breast enhancement is the use of certain creams and lotions. This won’t prove helpful if used alone. But if the lotions and creams are used along with pills and exercise it will prove helpful. These creams work like the pills. These creams contain a lot of herbs as in the pills. It contains fewer chemicals. These lotions or creams enable the growth of the fat cells in the breast and even in the other parts of the body. This will help in the growth of the breast. With the use of these the breast will also turn out to be smooth and firm. Thus it will not only enlarge your breast but also helps in improving your look.

 

Another best preferred natural method of breast enhancement is regular exercising. This method is cheapest of all as well. But in order to achieve best results with this method it is necessary to do a lot of hard work and dedicate your self completely. Only regular exercising can bring the best results. There are different types of exercises which you can learn from a trainer. These exercises have to be done on flat surface and you will have to do it in a sportswear. You should be very careful while exercising as it can often hurt your muscles. You can either do the exercises regularly or at least three times a week for better results. It will also help you in improving your posture.

 

It is better to go for the natural means for breast enhancement. The result might come slowly but the method will be cheaper and will have fewer side effects.

Breast reduction as a result of liposuction

And I know a surgeon that, over a time, gave liposuction to his secretary, until she had had her entire body liposuction-ed. The surgeon discovered that the total liposuction had caused her to put on weight on her breasts (no where else to go) so he was glad to give her a breast reduction. Insurance was very glad to pay him fully to do the breast reduction that he himself had created the “need” for. Men seeking liposuction need also realize that liposuction can can gynocomastia, also known as bitch tits. BTW, PS’s do both breast reductions and breast augmentations.

 

Since these enterprises are in opposition surgeons generally do not promote large breasts. Instead they promote *standard size* breasts, and will tend at times to encourage women to get breast implants that are too small for their body. As a result of this and other misguidance, the most common size problem is disappointment with their breast implants being too small, not the other way around.

 

This kind of disappointment brings the woman around later to upgrade her size, which happens to make more money for the surgeon. Any woman who is larger than average frame and wants a decent boob job is well advised to go to a PS that *does not do breast reduction*, b/c otherwise the PS can misguide them, and is in all probability one who has virtually no skill or experience or potential for doing decent breast augmentations on larger sized women.

 

Out in Texas, where big implants are really hot, some PS’s avoid mentioning breast reduction in their advertisements, since some women actually realize that going to a breast reduction surgeon for a larger size breast augmentation is asking for trouble.

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 augementation for the perfect figure

My close girlfriend, who was a double d and had a really sweet little figure, had the procedure done. she definitely needed it. she used to pay about $50 to have special size-reducing bras made and always wore baggy tops. i didn’t realize the emotional pain that she was in until she confided in me and showed me how disproportionate her body was. sometimes, husbands get scared when their wives initiate too much physical change. i don’t know, mine gets upset if i lose weight too fast(although, after this week, he has no cause for concern-oink,oink). i think they get threatened.

 

Just have him come to a consult with you and maybe the doctors can help him put aside some of his fears. good luck. do what gives you peace. 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

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.

Breast reduction mammoplasty

Reduction Mammaplasty has been done with very favorable results on teenagers, and on elderly women. There is a high degree of satisfaction with the surgery, even with scars (as opposed the the purple stretch marks and nipples pointing to toes at age 22 that some of us had!). I had the surgery done at 24 and wished I’d done it 6 years earlier.

 

There are small associated risks such as loss of sensation and impaired lactation later in life, and I do have some sensation loss in my nipples. Certainly not enough to hold me back from anything! But DO consult with a surgeon or 3, or 6, about the risks, the techniques they use, THEIR OWN track records,etc. The surgery and recovery itself was a breeze, having an ingrown toenail dealt with was much more painful.

 

To me it was well worth the cessation of the back and neck pain, getting rid of the near-constant chafing and fungal infections in the creases under the breasts, the ability to buy “normal” clothes and bras, the nice feeling of being able to go braless without getting my tits caught in my belt… all that stuff. The American medical infrastructure promotes breast reduction for its subset, the American plastic surgery industry. A very big part of the fact that breast reduction makes the PS industry more money than breast augmentation is the fact that the medical industry, which makes many times more money on breast reduction than augmentation, promotes and facilitates the surgery in several important ways.

 

One of these would be to encourage breast reduction in young girls. The breast reduction surgery is seen as an exception to the rule that girls who are not psychologically or physically developed should not undergo major surgery. The promotion by the medical industry has been instrumental in insuring that breast reduction for teen girls as a group makes the PS industry, which is a subset of the medical industry, about three times the profits made by breast augmentation on that group.

Cosmetic surgery for heavier people

I would say that IR and overweight goes hand in hand in many cases….at least to some extent, because that is the pattern it tends to follow, but there always exceptions to every rule…such as my DIL, diagnosed type 2-not really overweight at all for his height though he lost a little and became skinnier after taking metformin. My MIL is also a type 2 that treats for diet alone and she has not been really fat either–she has to stay slim, if she gets just a little plumb, her sugar goes up.

 

I am maybe 25-35 lbs over what I need to be (depending on whether I go by the older weight/height chart or the newer one) and am PCO and diabetic, yet I know much heavier people are not diabetic–though some may be IR and not know it, some may not–our bodies are a mystery and there seems to be exceptions to every rule. As far as the really overweight people who don’t become diabetic.

 

I think that they are IR (especially if they have the apple shape), but that their pancreas can keep up with the high insulin needs, and they still keep their blood sugar under good control. I think the type II diabetes is a mix of IR and a pancreas that cannot keep up with producing larger than normal amounts of insulin. I was 130 pounds overweight when I got diabetes. I have lost 50, and I am hoping that when I lose the other 80, I will no longer get blood sugar values out of normal ranges. I plan to still take meds for the IR so that they will help me to not be overweight.

Insurance coverage for breast reduction

In the US, your physical problems *alone* would qualify you for breast reduction, paid for by your provider. You would not even have to mention your psychological pain. Unfortunately, it would seem that in the US, insurance does not recognize the validity of psychological torment. This is not a problem with breast reduction, of course, but what about all the other people that are suffering, such as those with flatchestedness to the point of not even having breasts?

 

Their agony can be quickly relieved by the simple operation of breast augmentation. The failure of insurance companies to pay for the relief of psychological torment is an atrocity. People who are being **stepped on** need to sue the HMO’s. This has got to stop! In Brazil and France and some of the American states, breast reduction is the most popular and successful form of surgery. They would certainly agree that more than a handful is a pain. I would suggest that you change your doctor.

 

Go find one that will recommend a breast reduction to your socialized medicine. If you were in America, I would be glad to suggest the various specifics of how to get your breast reduction paid for, but I don’t know about Canada. Sounds like a horrid place, if doctors won’t let women get their breast reductions paid for. Good luck. I hope you get a breast reduction really soon. BTW, now that you have been posting to newsgroups for a month now, what do you think of this aspect of the internet? I notice that many more women talk about getting breast reduction (on the newsgroups) than women who talk about getting breast augmentation.