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What to know after breast surgeries

What to know after breast surgeries

The shape and size of the breast can significantly affect a woman’s self-esteem both in a positive and negative way.

Breast surgeries allows you to correct a number of congenital or acquired breast defects or change its volume and shape.

The appearance of the mammary glands depends on heredity, past diseases and operations.

As well as age, weight, nutrition, physical activity, whether a woman has breastfed children.

Also, a woman who, for one reason or another, does not like her breasts, sooner or later thinks about whether to do breast surgery?

Breast surgeries: Significant points

Breast defects can cause women not only psychological, but also physical discomfort.

Also, too large breasts significantly increase the load on the spine and require wearing a special bra.

The elongated shape of the nipples makes it difficult and painful to breastfeed however it is not impossible.

Asymmetry or different size of the mammary glands create problems with the selection of underwear and clothing.

Also, the aesthetic factor is also important.

The availability of plastic surgery, however, should not prevent a woman from taking a reasonable approach to her health.

Also, there are contraindications to breast surgery:

  • Age under 18 years.
  • Severe diseases of the internal organs that do not allow anesthesia.
  • Any neoplasms in the mammary gland.
  • Oncological diseases.
  • Chronic infections.
  • Pregnancy and lactation.
  • Violation of blood clotting.
  • Diabetes mellitus.

To reduce the risk of complications, the following tests are required in qualified medical centers before performing mammoplasty:

  • Chest x-ray;
  • Blood Assays;
  • ECG.

If the patient’s clinical health is confirmed, two weeks before the planned breast surgery, it is necessary to stop taking hormonal contraceptives and medicines.

That include salicylates. Also, smoking should be stopped 2 weeks before the operation.

Since nicotine reduces the healing of sutures and weakens the body as a whole.

Also, compliance with these rules is extremely important, since breast surgery can lead to general surgical and specific complications that are better not to provoke.

Also, general surgical procedures include hematomas, seromas, keloid scars, infection of wounds.

Specific ones include ruptures or dislocations of implants, allergies to the implant material, the appearance of fibrous formations.


The result of breast surgery performed according to the indications will be without negative consequences.

It is when working with reliable healthcare professionals.

Also, it will significantly ease the physical and psychological condition of the patient.

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