My Breast Lift Made My Saggy Boobs Perky Again!
After breast feeding my baby for months, my beautiful perky breasts turned into a pair of deflated balloons. The sag in my chest became unbearable. I lost my sexual drive because my body embarrassed me. I wouldn’t let my husband eat fruit and whipped cream off my body because it made me feel like a rooty tooty fresh and fruity pancake special. I had become one of the millions of women whose bodies have been beaten down by breast feeding, fluctuations in weight, and getting older. My tatas were drooping so low, they looked like a sad hound dog.
So I decided the best thing to do was get a mastoplexy, or what is commonly known as breast lift surgery. I had the most common procedure. My doctor made an anchor-shaped incision, wrapping around my nipple, then along the bottom of my breast. He removed excess skin and tissue and then repositioned my areolas to sit higher on my breasts. I was in and out of his office within a few hours. Although women who show more severe signs of breast sagginess may need a more invasive breast lift procedure to get those puppies upright.
It took about a week to recover from surgery and I had to wear a supportive garment to control the swelling and protect the area where the doctor cut me open from getting infected. Within four weeks, I began to see the results. It was a rocket boost to my self-confidence. I was amazed by the beautiful contours and the fullness of my breasts after the lift. I could fit my breasts into my bras again and I wasn’t embarrassed when I put on tank tops. I also had a renewed sense of self-confidence and sexuality. Plastic surgery in South Florida is almost a requirement, and I’m just glad I found the best doctor in the area.