Yes it should. I would also mention that the bra straps cut into your skin as well. Anthing to help your case.
Veterans Affairs will cover breast reduction only if the breasts are so large that they interfere with the persons daily living or they cause back pain. Even under these conditions it will be very difficult and time consuming to convince the medical board that breast reduction surgery is necessary.
Women seek breast reduction for relief of pain in the back, shoulder, and neck
Multiple breast reduction surgery patients have had relief to back with breast reduction surgery. This web address , http://www.plasticsurgery.org/Patients_and_Consumers/Patient_Stories/Breast_Reduction.html , will help if you have more questions.
I asked my breast reduction surgeon's assistant this question and she said that yes breasts may become large again after having a baby even if you already had a breast reduction.
Yes, but you have to have a referral from a dr. You have to have a medical condition supporting a breast reduction. Such as back problems, indentions in the shoulders from your bra strap.
Yes, that is one of the very few (if not only) cosmetic surgeries medical insurance covers.
Breast reduction surgery could ease your back pain if that is what is causing the pain to begin with. You should consult your family doctor first, and this site will give you more information www.plasticsurgery.org/reconstructive.../breast-reduction.html.
Some insurance companies do cover breast reduction surgery. You have to contact your insurance provider and ask for details or if you go to your family doctor/chiropractor they can let you know your options and write you referrals for the insurance company. I had reduction surgery and my insurance (Blue Sheild PPO) covered all of the costs for the reduction, both my chiropractor and surgeon wrote letters of recommendation along with pictures to back up their reasoning. I would contact your provider or doctor and go from there.
yes because large breast can be very hard on your back
Benefits of plastic surgery for breast reduction include a decrease of back pain and shoulder pain. It can also make you feel more confident about yourself.
It means your breasts are too big for your body. Talk to your doctor about having plastic surgery for breast reduction.
Women with very large breasts (macromastia, or mammary hyperplasia) seek breast reduction for relief of back, shoulder, and neck pain. They may also feel uncomfortable about their breast size and have difficulty finding clothing that will fit properly.