As a plastic surgeon, Dr. Peter Driscoll has seen hundreds of patients who are unhappy with their breasts, whether it’s because they feel like they’re too small or too large. When talking to women about getting breast augmentation surgery, though, he’s often surprised at how many will say “no” just because they don’t want their breast size to change.
But the fact is that there are plenty of circumstances where breast augmentation surgery is necessary—even if it means going up one or two cup sizes. Here are some signs according to the medical expert that you should consider getting yourself a set of new boobs.
You’re Unhappy With Your Breasts
If you are unhappy with the shape and size of your breasts, a breast augmentation (also known as a “boob job”) may be right for you. Some people have breasts that are too small or large for their body type. Others have asymmetrical breasts that don’t match in size or shape.
If any of these physical things apply to you and they’re making you feel self-conscious about how others view your body, then getting a breast augmentation could help alleviate those feelings by improving how your breasts look in clothes and bathing suits.
You’re In Physical Pain All The Time
Breast pain is a common reason many women seek medical attention. For one, breast cancer can cause a lump in the breast and may be felt as well as seen on examination by your doctor. If you have any of these painful symptoms, see your GP immediately for further investigation.
Also, fibrocystic disease (FDC) is a benign condition that affects up to 80% of women at some stage in their lives and usually occurs during the menstrual cycle or after childbirth when milk ducts become blocked leading to swelling and tenderness around the nipple area (areola).
You’ve Been Told That Your Breasts Aren’t Really Symmetrical
If you have been told that your breasts are not symmetrical, this can be a source of embarrassment. If you are unhappy with the way your breasts look, it might be time to consider getting a breast augmentation.
So if you find yourself constantly tugging on one side of your bra or finding that certain shirts don’t fit quite right because one breast is bigger than its counterpart, then it’s probably time for getting the most effective breast augmentation surgery now.
There’s A Deadline For Your Pregnancy And You Feel Heavy
Lastly, if you’re pregnant and considering breast augmentation surgery, it’s important to know that the breasts can change during pregnancy. When they do, it may be difficult to achieve the results that are right for your body after delivery. That’s why we recommend waiting until after childbirth before scheduling any cosmetic procedures such as breast augmentation surgery or tummy tuck surgery (which can also be done at the same time).In some cases, however – especially if there are health risks involved with getting pregnant again – women choose not to have children at all. In these instances, Dr. Peter Driscoll believes that having plastic surgery performed before conception could help ensure that everything looks its best when those little bundles arrive!