My breasts are very deflated, what is a breast lift?
After having my third child my breasts look like deflated balloons on my chest. I breastfed all of my kids so I doubt that helped. Is a breast lift a procedure that would give some life to my boobs again? Or do I need a breast augmentation?
In 2014, I had my third child, and my breasts just seemed to disappear, while the skin sagged. I had a combination breast lift and breast augmentation completed in one procedure, and I'm thrilled with the results. My breasts, which were thin and drooping after the pregnancy, are now lifted and the cup size that I requested. I have some faint scars, but they're hidden under my breasts and in the dark tissue around my nipples. If your breasts are flat and sagging, you may benefit from a dual breast lift and augmentation surgery like I had.
Of course, every woman's body is unique, so you will have to have an examination completed by a board-certified plastic surgeon to determine which is best for you. I highly recommend having a plastic surgery done because I'm thrilled with my results! I get to enjoy my baby and a beautiful body.
I would say that depends on your specific situation. I had a breast lift and breast reduction almost a year ago. My breasts were deflated and huge (36 gg), so the reduction helped tremendously with physical and psychological pain while the breast lift was an added bonus. My breasts would have indubitably been smaller, but they would have remained droopy, so the breast lift made them sit higher on my chest by removing excess breast tissue.
One of my co-workers underwent just a breast lift surgery, and this alone may be all you need. It involves removing extra skin and tightening the tissue around the breasts so that they sit higher on the chest. It's ideal for women who were already comfortable with their breast size.
I have some friends who had breast implants to increase their size, but their breasts were not deflated. If you have deflated breasts then a breast augmentation is not going to do anything for you. You will need either a breast lift or reduction. So, if your breasts are deflated, but not too large or too small, then you would probably benefit from just having a breast lift.