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Post-pregnancy Cosmetic Surgery Guide

A recent study by Mother and Baby magazine found that the joys of childbirth may be reduced by the toll it takes on mothers' figures. The study found that 86 percent of women said that they felt less attractive post-pregnancy, while a similar number were unhappy with their weight and shocked by the changes in their body afterwards.
It is perhaps not surprising that some women are choosing to have cosmetic surgery to help restore their bodies to their pre-pregnancy state. Common concerns include small, empty breasts and loose abdominal skin with sagginess.
Unhappy with your breasts?
Breast Enhancement : Cosmetic surgeon says the degree of change women experience in their breasts depends on whether they have breastfed and the duration of their breastfeeding. 'The more a woman has breastfed, the more dramatic the changes that occur in her breasts usually are,' he explains.
According to surgeon, most women opt for a breast augmentation procedure when they want to improve the appearance of their breasts. However, if there is no change to the volume of the breast, a breast lift might suffice. Other women might require both a breast reduction and lift procedure to obtain the shape they desire.
Unhappy with your tummy?
Tummy Tucks : You may have put in countless hours of intense exercise….you have resisted the temptations of excessive calories and remained dedicated to your strict dietary regime…. and you yearn for that flat tummy once more. Despite this, your protruding tummy and the accompanying excess skin and loose muscles still linger as a constant source of frustration and upset……if this scenario is all too familiar you may well be a suitable candidate for tummy tuck surgery.
The abdomen is the area most affected by pregnancy,' says cosmetic surgeon. Abdominoplasty, otherwise known as a tummy tuck, is used to restore a woman's tummy to its original shape and position. It is often combined with liposculpture as this can offer a better result.
The procedure is designed to tighten laxity of the abdominal wall, which is the result of stretching, by removing excess fat and skin. 'Abdominoplasty, when combined with liposculpture, can remove excess skin and fat from the abdomen, repair any underlying damage to the abdominal muscles and reposition the umbilicus.
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