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Signs You May Need Breast Reduction Surgery

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There are a number of symptoms and signs that might indicate you are the ideal candidate for breast reduction surgery that go beyond simply wanting smaller breasts. As this is a relatively significant elective form of cosmetic surgery, you will need to work with your cosmetic surgeon to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for breast reduction. Not only does having overly large breasts often present significant physical challenges, they can also create a substantial amount of emotional discomfort and stress.

Common Signs You May Be Right for Breast Reduction

While you might simply think your breasts are too large and having smaller breasts might make you look and feel better, these are only a small portion of what must be taken into consideration when discussing the possibility of breast reduction surgery. Here are several other very important signs that must be taken into consideration.

  • Breasts that seem to be out of proportion to the rest of your body.
  • Pain in the neck, back, and shoulders caused by the weight of your breasts.
  • Grooves in the tops of your shoulders that have been caused by your bra straps.
  • The weight of your breasts adversely affecting your posture.
  • Breasts that droop due the excess weight causing your nipples and areolas to point downwards.
  • Being unable to participate in sports or other physical activities due to the size/weight of your breasts.
  • Having breasts that are unequal in size with one being significantly larger.
  • Constant rashes and infections in the skin under your breasts.
  • Having a hard time sleeping due to discomfort caused by overly large breasts.
  • Feeling self-conscious about the size of your breasts in public.

Making the Decision

If you find that you have experienced one or more of the above symptoms, you may be a good candidate for breast reduction surgery. Reducing the size of your breasts will bring you immediate relief from a number of these conditions by adjusting the size of your breasts to more accurately match the proportions of the rest of your body. Not only will a breast reduction alleviate these issues, but it will enhance your overall body shape and help your clothing to fit better.

84 Responses to Signs You May Need Breast Reduction Surgery

  • Emily Rose says:

    I am only 15 and I am a DD. I have to wear 2 bras when I work out. I have torn my back muscle and have had many back problems since I was 12. I hate wearing things that are tight to the skin or even close to my skin because I am really self-conscious. I hate the fact that I can’t sit up straight for long periods of time because it makes my back hurt. I feel like my whole body is being weighed down, like I just tied a really big weight to my shoulders and can’t straighten my back.

    • Bryant Voth says:

      Hi Emily,

      Thank you for your comment! One of our consultants will be in touch with you very shortly with more information regarding Breast Reduction surgery. For further questions or scheduling, feel free to call our office at 225-399-0001. Thank you!

  • Amber Spera says:

    I been a DD since I was 14. I have had back problems for 11 years. My bra always digs into my shoulders. One is bigger then the other. None of my bra’s hold me up either cause of the weight. My back always hurts and its hard to sit because of the weight. I been on. a low carb diet with my mother and my waist and hips have shrunk in size. But my chest is bigger.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Amber!

      Based off of your concerns, you sound like an excellent candidate for a breast reduction! I will have one of our consultants reach out to you and provide you with more information. Please feel free to give us a call with any other questions at 225-399-0001. Thank you!

  • Tatyana Cash says:

    From the time I started middle school at 11, I had size D breast at the time, I’ve had larger breast for my age. My breast are now a triple D or bigger I could be wrong. The back pain, neck pain, emotional pain, I’ve been feeling about my breast from a young age has caused me to come to the conclusion that I need breast reconstruction. There is always someone watching me in public and I can’t even do something as simple as running without eyes on me.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Tatyana!

      We would be happy to set you up for a consultation with one of our surgeons and discuss a breast reduction! One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly. We welcome you to call our office with any questions at 225-399-0001!

  • Anita says:

    Hi my name is Anita and I was a DD in 7th grade and after I had kids they got bigger. I think they said I was an H or J now. I have spent $1000’s of dollars in bras to have none fit me. Even the H’s at a high end department store that was promised to fit did not. I have severe back problems and pain and neck pain. I can’t not sit up straight. They are extremely heavy and even alot of shirts dont fit. And the ones that do look awful. I would like to go down to a D if that’s possible. The thing is I would need my Insurance to cover this. I’ve had miner heart surgery for an SVT and am on heart meds and it’s very hard to breath because of the size of my breast. alot of times I have to sleep sitting up because its heard to breath. It makes it very difficult to exercise even.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Anita!

      Thank you for your comment. We would be happy to set you up for a consultation to discuss the breast reduction! Someone will be reaching out to you shortly!

  • McKenzie Vialpando says:

    Hi I’m Kenzie and I’m considering breast reduction because since 7th grade I’ve felt self conscious about my size because I was a D then and now I’m a triple D, and in 11th grade now, and i just feel uncomfortable all the time and my family even teases me about my breast size calling them big even in front of other people and it makes me really uncomfortable. It feels like I only want this reduction for looks and I don’t want that, but my size, even if it doesn’t even look that big, makes me super uncomfortable and awkward when my friends tell me to hurry up and I have to fast walk so I can avoid running. In addition to this i always have a red line across my upper stomach from the wire because my bra and it bugs me, I also feel as if I have bad posture. I’m sorry if I sound like a cry baby, but do you think I qualify for things to be eligible for a reduction?

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Kenzie!

      Thank you for your comment. One of our consultants will be in touch with you very shortly with more information on the procedure, and scheduling an in-person consultation!

  • Sam says:

    Hi my name is Samantha I have very large breast I am 12 and I am in a size 36 triple D which is very in accurate for my body because I am only 46 and I am very skinny I’m thinking it is probably genetic news my mom had the same problem too I have so much discomfort my trying to sleep at night my posture is horrible because it hurts it hurts when I keep my shoulders back for a long time it feels like somethings holding me down like a giant weight and I can’t wear tight clothes because I’m very self-conscious and also I have so much trouble finding clothes that fit me I also get picked on and teased a lot and get called names such as tissue titties because my Yes or out of proportion for my body I can never play sports because it hurts my back a lot and it causes strain because it feels like my breasts are constantly sagging and pulling on my skin and it hurts

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Samantha!

      Thank you for your comment. One of our consultants will be in touch with you very shortly with more information on the procedure, and scheduling an in-person consultation!

      Feel free to call our office at 225.399.0001. Thank you!

  • Amber Johnson says:

    I am 27 years old, all of the women in my family have large breast on my mom’s side. On my dads side they don’t have much. I got blessed with having a breast from each side of my family. The left side is a 3.5 hand fulls and the other side is 1.5 hands. I work for 13.5 hour for only three days out of my week. During those days I have they most painful pinch in the my neck over to my upper left shoulder all the way down to the lower part of my ribs. I took off my bra last night and I was in so much of a relief because the bra that I was wearing started to dig into my shoulders that I now have two very distinctive bruises going across them. I’m not self-conscious or insecure about my body but I am tried of the pain that I have had to indorare since I was 10.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Amber! We are happy to set you up for a consultation to discuss a breast reduction. One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly. For further questions and scheduling, feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Valarie! Yes, you can still be a candidate for a breast reduction. We are happy to set you up for a consultation to learn more about this procedure!

  • Melody says:

    I am a 40 year old women, who had big breast since a young age. I’ve had to wear two bra’s in the past,when I’m working out or running and my bra is always digging in my shoulders. My
    neck, shoulders, and lower back constantly hurts.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Melody! Thank you for your comment. One of our consultants will be in touch with you very shortly with more information on the procedure!

  • Kayla Bostic says:

    I’m 19 years old and I’ve had large breasts since the 6th grade when I was 11/12. I went from a training bra to a B cup over that summer and before the following school year ended, I became a C cup. They never seem to stop getting bigger. Right now, I’m a DDD (or at least the bra size I was measured for. My breasts always seem to slide out of the top when I bend down while I’m at work. It’s like that with every bra I’ve had in “my size”).

    I ALWAYS have to wear two bras in public because one can’t do it alone. I wear a regular bra with underwire and a sports bra on top. I’m always having back pains, and I can’t sit up straight. My slouch is so bad, I feel like I’m going to develop scoliosis, but when I try to correct my posture, I can’t do it for longer than a minute and a half or I’ll begin to ache. Slouching is one of my only forms of relief. Another way is when I’m at a table, I tend to rest them on top of the table so that I’m not carrying the weight. I don’t mean to do it either, as I know it isn’t proper, but it’s become subconscious at this point.

    I also have a lot of trouble sleeping. I can’t sleep on my back or my stomach because they make me feel choked and when I stand up after laying in a position like that, my head begins to throb as if I have high blood pressure or something. I can’t lay on my sides because my breasts slide to my side and a lot of the time they begin to lose circulation and go tingly/numb.

    My breasts look drastically bad. My nipples point downwards and one is definitely bigger than the other.

    I’m trying to lose weight as well, but it’s hard to do with the size of my breasts. They prevent me from even doing a short hustle across a room.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Kayla, thank you for your comment! We are happy to set you up for a consultation to discuss a breast reduction. One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly. For further questions and scheduling, feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • Shawndreca Moffett says:

    I have been a DD for as long as I can remember. I’m 42 now and it’s causing back,neck and shoulder pain.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Shawndreca! We are happy to set you up for a consultation to discuss a breast reduction. One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly. For further questions and scheduling, feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • Monica Eudy says:

    Hi, my name is Monica. I have had back problems since I turned 13 and I’m now 22 and I’m a DDD. My neck, back and shoulders constantly hurt. I have grooves in my shoulders from the weight of my breasts.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hey Monica! A breast reduction could definitely address your concerns. We are happy to have you meet with one of our surgeons at an in-person consultation. I will have one of our consultants reach out to you very shortly! Feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • Elliana Booth says:

    Hi, I am 18 years old and have DD’s and am 5’7.
    I have a hard time because I feel as though my boobs are quite large and one is significantly larger than the other, but I feel as though I’m not deserving of a breast reduction because most people I read about are quite shorts with much larger breasts, but I do feel uncomfortable in my skin and wearing bras at this point is uncomfortale

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Elliana,

      Thank you for your comment! We always recommend coming in for an in-person consultation to meet with one of our Board Certified Plastic Surgeons, in order to see if you would be an excellent candidate for the procedure. I will have a consultant reach out to you very shortly. Feel free to give our office a call for more information at 225-399-0001. Thank you!

  • Diamond Starkes says:

    Hi, I’m only 14 and have supper big boobs. When I go out I wear jackets because I don’t want anyone to see me, my bra straps always dig in me. When my mom was my age she had very little boos but I guess I just got un-lucky, my back always hurt and I barely get any sleep because I don’t wanna harm myself if I hit them or smush them. As I got to the age I’m at now my posture has gotten horrible and I can’t exercise but I’m in NJROTC so I have to do it through the pain and all.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Diamond. It sounds like you are a candidate for a breast reduction. We are happy to see you for a consultation! One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly.

  • Jessica says:

    I have had a D cup since middle school. Now in my first year of college I am at the top end of a 36DD. I have constant rashes under my breasts as they sag, even in bras and no bra seems to ever fit right. I am extremely self conscious and do not like to wear tight clothes, which makes me look bigger than I am.

  • Lola says:

    I am 20 years old I have no children my bra size is 38 DDD which cause my boobs to drop very low I am not really self conscious about it because I love my body but my boobs are starting to affect my health. I have costochondritis which is very painful and the weight of my boobs make it worst, from time to time my shoulders would hurt a lot , my back also hurt which affects my posture and I have recently realized when I lay on my back it affects my breathing. My GP told me during my last physical exam that doing a breast reduction might be the only way to get relief

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Lola! A breast reduction may be a great option for you. We are happy to have you a come in for a consult!

  • Skylar Heald says:

    I’m 18 and I wear a H, I’m also diagnosed with scoliosis, most of the doctors I’ve seen have said I don’t need a reduction, but im in constant pain and can never seem to catch a break. I’ve yearned for a reduction forever, I just want some help to not feel so weighed down anymore. I hate not being able to wear bikinis because no tops fit me. I hate that I can’t wear shirts regularly without feeling ashamed. I’ve been bullied since I was younger about how they were fake, I just want to go down to a C, that’s all I ask.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hey Skylar! We are happy to have you come in for a consultation. Feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • Sofia kiremijian says:

    Hello I’m sofia and I’m 14 and I’m a 32DDD . My boobs cause me too have bad posture,neck and back problems which results in me getting migraines daily. I can’t sleep because it always hurts me when lying on the side and i have to lie on my back. I have so much trouble finding comfortable bras that don’t cut into my skin leaving red marks on my shoulder back and stomach. I’m relatively average size and I love my body except my boobs which cause me too much emotional distress. My family aunt and grandma harass me calling me fat constantly telling me I need to loose weight because my boobs make me look bigger . Kids at school are always asking m what my cup size is and make me really insecure and no one believes me when I tell them I’m 14. I can’t even play sports or run with because they hurt a lot and they’re just always in the way.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Sofia! One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly with more information regarding the breast reduction!

  • Euniceia says:

    I’m 18 and I wear a 46 ddd and my back and neck have hurt me so bad some days I can’t get out of bed I’ve been wearing two bras since I was 10 it’s hard to find a bra that fits. When I take my bra off my nipples reach my belly button . If anyone knows a doctor who accepts Medicaid for breast reduction in Georgia please let me know thank you stay safe and have a blessed day.????

  • Cami Leclerc says:

    I’ve always had really large breasts, and all the girls on my mom’s side do. I’m 16 with a 36DD size. I’m 5’10 and my mom often comments on my poor posture. I find it really difficult to sleep on my sides. I can’t seem to find a sports bra in my size that also provides a good level of comfort. I tend to feel incredibly self conscious about my breasts. The pain has gotten to the point where I have trouble breathing

    • Shared Account says:

      Hi Emma! Thank you for your comment. A breast reduction may be a great option for you. I’d recommend setting up a consultation with one of our surgeons. Feel free to give us a call at (225)399-0001

  • Bailie says:

    I have had larger breasts for as long as I can remember. Women in my family have had reductions. I am 23 and have had back, neck, and shoulder pain for 10+ years. They are very uneven in size and are very very heavy. Working out is impossible without TWO sports bras. They hurt running when they bounce because they are just so dang heavy 🙁 help! I have no health insurance right now but am always in constant pain :(((

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Bailie,

      Thank you for sharing! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001.

  • Jada Lee says:

    Hi my name is Jada and I’m 19. I honestly don’t even know what bra size I am. All I know is that I’m a 36 or 30 something triple D. Since I was about in middle school I’ve always had larger breasts and I’ve always been self conscious about it. I also played sports a lot since I was young and as I got older I stopped because it was so uncomfortable to run and I am never able to find a sports bra or regular bra that fits me right and doesn’t leave marks on my skin. I also have very very bad back pain and I’ve had it for a while now. And at night it’s uncomfortable sometimes for me to sleep and I get so hot and feel like I’m suffocating. And the bras that I do have to wear it’s so uncomfortable wearing them because I feel like they don’t even fit me properly. I’m always wearing hoodies or t shirts to cover up but it gets so hot and I want to be able to wear tank tops and shirts that are easy to breath in without feeling discomfort or self conscious. One breast is also larger than the other. I’ve read into Breast reduction and I’ve seen people say to wait til your older and your body is fully developed but I honestly cant wait any longer and I’m 19 so I think my body is close to being done developing. I just want to go down as many cup sizes as I can where they’re not too small but a good size for my body.

    • Shared Account says:

      Hi Jada! Thank you for your comment. A breast reduction may be a great option for you. I’d recommend setting up a consultation with one of our surgeons. Feel free to give us a call at (225)399-0001

  • JavonneMotley says:

    My name is javonne Motley I gave been dealing with large breast since my teens im 35 now and my breast are a DD im having back pain and shoulder pain now my shoulders are bruised because of my breast and im very uncomfortable at night at bedtime because of my breasts also finding shirts and a bra is hard because of my breast.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Javonne! A reduction is a great way to reduce the size of large breasts. Someone will be reaching out to you shortly with more information. Feel free to contact us at 225-399-0001!

  • Kourtnie Branch says:

    My name is Kourtnie and I have been a 38 DD since I was 11 I have HUGE neck problems and I can’t lay on my stomach for longer than 10 minutes with having to get up from being uncomfortable, please let me know if I would be a good candidate!!

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Kourtnie,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001.

  • Khensi says:

    Hi I am a 45 years old woman and suffering from a neck and back pain which I think is due to my big breast Im a 42 DD and also have a 17 year daughter with similar problem so I am considering breast surgery since this is really a health issue thanks

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Khensi,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure or if you would like to schedule a consultation for yourself or your daughter, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001.

  • Unique Peterson says:

    I have had big boobs forever I might even be in a Z rn but the problem is my boobs are so big when I run I have to hold them if not they just feel uncomfortable and I think because of the sagging my spine is creating a hump at the back of my neck and my shoulders are always aching I need help -Unique

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Unique,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001.

  • Sydney Andres says:

    I’m a 38 DD and i’ve always had larger breasts than most. I’m constantly in pain (shoulders, back, and most of all, my neck) and can never sit up straight for too long without my breasts weighing me back down or causing back pain. I’m a little overweight, but I’ve lost 22 pounds and my breasts haven’t shrunk in size at all. I have a difficult time wearing a bra as the straps dig into my shoulders and I can’t run/work out correctly because it only causes me pain. I need my insurance to cover a breast reduction, but I’m a bit nervous that they won’t considering i’m about 15 pounds over weight.

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Sydney! Thank you for reaching out. We do accept a couple third party financing options, and one of our consultants will be contacting out to you shortly!

  • Jessica Prater says:

    I was the only girl in the 3rd grade with C cup breast. This made me hate school. Kids are cruel and mean. I was humiliated all the time. By the 5th grade I was well over a DD. I have never been able to find a bra that fit me correctly. My back, shoulders, neck,and ribs hurt daily. I can’t sit up straight. I have tendonitis in my right shoulder. Most of the time there is chafing and or a rash under my breast. My left is slightly bigger. But that slight difference is a huge difference in the way my left shoulder feels. I can’t run or sleep on my back due to the weight. I don’t wear “girly” clothes at all because the pretty shirts never fit. T-shirts for me. I believe the pain in what I think is my sciatic nerve is caused by my huge boobs. My nipples point straight to the floor. Since my early 20s I’ve even lost weight and that didn’t help matters at all. My breast stayed the same size but got a lot more saggy. Put weight back on and now they are bigger than I have ever been. To be honest I don’t know my breast size. All I know they are humungous. I’m in pain and want to be,look,and feel normal. I could keep going on for days about my breast problems. I hate them. Just simply hate them. Ugh

    • Ashley Adams says:

      Hi Jessica! The breast reduction may be an option for you. We encourage you to come in for a consultation with one of our surgeons. We will have someone provide you with more information, and feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • ellie says:

    hi, i’m 15 and have been a D starting in when i was 12. ever since they have just grown and now i am an H cup. i am very self conscious about my breasts and have been for a long time. i have also experienced several other symptoms listed above, but i’m just not sure if reduction is right for me.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Ellie,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001.

  • Desiree Dossou Yoro Gemma says:

    I have always had big breasts due to most of my family having them. One is noticeably larger than the other (atleast for me) and all the bras that i try end up feeling really uncomfortable after a little while. I believe im a D, but i could be bigger. The bra straps also leave a mark on my shoulder when i wear a bra for a whole day. All this leads to me becoming very insecure about my body and i hate wearing clothes that fit tight with my body because of this. I have recently been thinking about getting a breast reduction surgery, but never went through with it because of age (im 15 about to turn 16 in about 2 months)
    and cost.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Desiree,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure and pricing or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001.

  • Ingrid says:

    Hello good morning. My daughter is now 18 but has been wearing DDD bras for the past few years. She continuously cries for back pains and her nipples points downwards. She also gets rashes between and under her breasts. She went out to do a Christmas camp and majority of her tops can’t fit her. I know it’s affecting her self esteem and I wish to help her. It’s quite strange because at age 12 there were no boobs and she didn’t wear
    trainers for long the breasts just came. We are in the Caribbean so I am not sure how things will happen with Covid-19 in the air. I need you help.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Ingrid,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure or if you would like to schedule a consultation for your daughter, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001.

  • Bianca Van Hussteen says:

    Hi, I am 17 years old and had large breasts since I can remember. I also have scoliose which gets 10 times worst because of the back pain caused by my breasts. I cannot sit or stand to long, i often have to lie down.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Bianca,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001.

  • Karri Atkins says:

    My daughter is 17 and has over DD breast.They are causing her everyday back and neck pain and it’s very hard for her to sleep at night. She is very self conscious about them also.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Karri,

      Thank you for your comment! If you would like schedule a consultation for your daughter, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001. Thank you!

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Gia! We are happy to set you up for a consultation to discuss a breast reduction. One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly. For further questions and scheduling, feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • Brittney says:

    I’m 21. I’m from Ontario, Canada. I went to my doctor in the summer because my breasts have become a huge problem in my life. I get chest pain, back pain and its extremely hard to exercise to lose the weight on my own.

    I’m 5’6. And I weight around 290-300lbs but I do not look morbidly obese. The weight i carry is in my breasts, my tummy and thighs. My fave has slimmed, my calves have slimmed and I have a smaller waist.

    Anyways my doctor referred me to a plastic surgeon approving me tothe next step. But I got a call a week later and was told I was denied…because my BMI is too high. I get told I sound ignorant in asking why it matters when my breasts are causing these problems. The surgeon didn’t even see me in person thats what hurt the most.

    Anyways just wanted to let my frustration out.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Brittney,

      Thank you for your comment! At Weiler Plastic Surgery, we always recommend an in-person consultation with one of our Board Certified Plastic Surgeons in order to determine if you would be an excellent candidate for the procedure of your interest. If you are our interested in scheduling a consultation, our surgery consultants would be happy to help! Feel free to give our office a call at 225.399.0001. Thank you!

  • Kaitlyn says:

    Hi my name is Kaitlyn, 6 years ago I started with a C cup in 5th grade and then went from a C to a D just over the summer. Into 6th. As I grew through each grade my breasts grew bigger and it was incredibly embarrassing and hard for me to do P.E. sense I was young I never found the right bra size until now. I’m in 11th grade I’m 16 and I’m in a 48DD. I have tons of back and shoulder pain all the time and my posture is horrible due to the weight of my chest. I also get rashes underneath my breasts where my bra is. My mom says breast reduction is
    too expensive but im in pain. What should I do?

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Kaitlyn! We are happy to set you up for a consultation to discuss a breast reduction. One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly. For further questions and scheduling, feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • ShariLyn says:

    I am 27 years old and I am currently wearing a 36 DDD some stores says it’s an I. I have a constant slouch in my posture because my breasts are too heavy for my back. I cannot sit for too long without having to remove my bra for sometime to reduc the pull on my shoulders.I have or experience most of the concerns you listed above.I purposefully hide them under bigger t-shirts because I’m embarrassed. I don’t feel comfortable in my cloths because of them.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi ShariLyn! We are happy to set you up for a consultation to discuss a breast reduction. One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly. For further questions and scheduling, feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • Abbigail says:

    I’ve been a DD cup since I was 13, when I was in high school I was told I was now a DDD. I’m now 21 and the last time I got measured I was told I was a 32G cup. I feel incredibly disproportionate since I’m a skinnier girl. My back hurts all the time and I have a hard time keeping good posture. I’m pretty sure i have small dents that have been forming. I find it incredibly difficult to find bathing suits and tops that are cute and actually fit me well.

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Abbigail! We are happy to set you up for a consultation to discuss a breast reduction. One of our consultants will be reaching out to you shortly. For further questions and scheduling, feel free to give us a call at 225-399-0001!

  • Shannon Jefferson says:

    I have big boobs sometimes I feel a lil tingling feeling in them my bra straps be showing at the top of my shoulder my back be hurting sometimes and they make me uncomfortable sometimes and sluggish and they sags

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Shannon,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure or scheduling a consultation, please give our office a call at 225.399.0001. Thank you!

    • Meghan Landry says:

      Hi Stacey,

      Thank you for your comment! If you are interested in more information on the Breast Reduction procedure, our surgery consultants would be happy to help! Please give our office a call at 225.399.0001. Thank you!

    • Shared Account says:

      Hi Stacy, thank you for your comment! Call us at 225-399-0001 for more information on a reduction.

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