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BEAUTIFUL, NORMAL BREASTS; BEAUTIFUL BREASTFED DAUGHTER

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2012-06-05 13:57
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"It"s a bit hard to explain," said Becca, "but I just wasn"t sure I deserved surgery. I didn"t think it was possible for me. It felt more like a dream than a plan for a long time."
Becca"s dream of having normal sized breasts took root when she was a youngster in north Florida. "I developed early and quickly," she said. "In fact, the first bra I recall having was a C cup. I know that"s not really the way it happened, but I sped through size B so quickly I don"t even remember it. I was a C by about age 13."
No one in her family had large breasts, and she wasn"t really overweight, so Becca saw no apparent reason she developed the way she did. She had few friends with bodies anything like hers and no one to commiserate with. Her mom tried to help her adjust, but for the 5"3" soccer-playing teen, life just wasn"t comfortable. "I know the grass is always greener elsewhere," she said, "but I truly would have been much happier being almost flat. I did not want to be known for having large breasts, so I tried to hide them in minimizer bras, hoping no one would know how big I really was."
Perhaps Becca would have grown more accustomed to her womanly curves as she became an adult, but unfortunately she continued to develop. "In my late teens I was a size DD," she related. "Then, by the time I was 24 I was a 4D. I think that"s a size G."
"I had gained some weight, but I was muscular, too," Becca said. "I don"t like excuses, so I tried to be as active as I could. I went to the gym, I walked, I did aerobics, I dieted. There were times when I didn"t eat right, sure, and there were times when I skipped going to the gym. The guilt piled on when I gained weight, but even when I lost weight, I couldn"t see a difference in my chest. I felt guilty that I couldn"t make a big difference on my own - that, at 24, somehow I had let my body down, and now I was stuck with the pain. I sunk lower as I could only imagine how bad I would look and feel later in life. I saw a chiropractor for neck and shoulder pain, and I took a yoga class." After finding only a little relief, she started asking questions about surgery.
RIGHT PATH, WRONG TURNS
One physician referred Becca to a plastic surgeon in her area, but he didn"t convince Becca she should go after her dream. "I wasn"t happy when he told me he"d detach my nipples completely to reposition them. I would likely lose all sensation and I would not be able to breastfeed."
Becca prayed about her problem and continued search for the right path forward. She never expected her prayers to be answered through a Korean plastic surgery hospital – ID hospital. she happened to see on television. But after seeing ID doctor on a news program and visiting the ID Plastic Surgery Associates Web site, she began to feel she was headed in the right direction.
THE PLAN IN ACTION
Becca"s mom flew with her from Alabama to South Korea for the breast reduction procedure. "The moment we met ID doctor, we knew everything would be fine," Becca remembered. "the doctor reassured my mom that he would take care of me as if I were his own daughter. And he did."
ID hospital doctor explained his approach to breast reduction in great detail. He said he would separate skin from breast tissue and remove portions of each, but that he would preserve tissue under the nipple without severing the nerves and blood supply. That way, even with her breast size much reduced and her nipple in a new position, sensation would most likely be preserved and Becca would have a good chance of being able to breastfeed. "ID hospital doctor also recommended I have his "Laser Bra" - the extra internal support he could give me using a piece of my own tissue inside my breasts. That made sense to me - it sounded like it would help keep my new breasts in position longer."
Becca"s surgery and recovery went without a hitch. She took pain medication for several days and admitted to being irritable occasionally, but she and her mom were out shopping and sightseeing in South Korea within four or five days. "It felt more like a vacation than a trip to have surgery," Becca said. More than anything about that time, she remembers her feelings about her new body. "Within several days my neck and shoulders started feeling better. When I looked down and saw how much smaller my breasts were, I said, "This is so great.""
THANK YOU – ID PLASTIC SURGERY HOSPITAL GAVE ME THE NEW LIFE!