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Hi Ladies,
This is my first blog ever! And..I’m looking for advice on weather to go through with a breast reduction/lift. If there is anyone out there that has had experience with this prcedure, I would sure like some insight. I have not even checked with my insurance company yet to see if they cover such procedures or not, or found a Dr..
I have been wanting something done for a very long time. I actually think they are getting bigger the older I get. Maybe it’s just longer, not bigger :) Looking for advice.



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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Oct 9, 2008
    • I had a friend years ago who had this procedure done. Her insurance company covered it because she was suffering back problems due to weight of her breasts. When she researched doctors she chose someone who had re constructive surgery as their primary business, not someone who just got into cosmetic surgery as a side line to their practive for the extra money.

      She was very happy she did it. No more pain, no more grooves in her shoulders from her bra straps, she could finally buy clothes off the rack that fit her whole body instead of buying just to accomodate her breasts and having everything taken in at the waist.

      I wish I was still in contact with her so I could connect the two of you. I have no idea where she is today.

      Hope this helps
      Cynthia



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      Kim Arrasmith wrote Oct 10, 2008
    • I had this done 15 years ago when I wa 31. I’m so glad that I did! I could go without a bra if I wanted.
      The surgery was not that bad. The worst part was being sore for a few weeks. I think I noticed it more, because I had a one year old that needed to be held alot. After 15 years I’m still have perky puppies.



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      Missmichelle wrote Oct 10, 2008
    • Dear kimmyarra, Thank you so much for your comment. I really needed to hear from someone who has had this done. Any words of advice reguarding a surgeon?



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