Yes, a second breast reduction is possible.
The risks of sensory changes and skin healing problems may be increased depending upon what technique was used the first time, and what technique would be used the second time you have breast reduction surgery.
Does breast tissue grow back after reduction?
But breast reduction usually does last.
“I’ve probably done more than 2,000 breast-reduction surgeries, and 99% of the time, the tissue doesn’t grow back,” Karp says. There’s a big exception. If you gain weight after the surgery, you could develop more fatty tissue in your breasts.11 Jul 2016
How many cup sizes can you go down with breast reduction?
Most breast reduction patients go down one to two cup sizes, Dr. Bernard says.13 Jun 2019
Is breast reduction covered by insurance?
When It’s Medically Necessary
Breast reduction surgery isn’t always medically necessary. Typically, health insurance companies will only cover the cost of breast reduction surgery if an individual’s enlarged breasts are causing health issues.14 May 2019
How do I know if I need a breast reduction?
7 Physical Signs You May Need A Breast Reduction, According To Experts
- Bra Strap Grooving. Andrew Zaeh for Bustle.
- Numbness And Tingling In The Hands And Fingers.
- Decreased Nipple Sensitivity.
- Shoulder Pain And Posture Changes.
- Yeast Infections Under The Breast Crease.
- Neck Pain.
- Chafing, Sweating, And Rashes Under The Breast.
14 Aug 2018