The typical scenario is a woman who has always been proud of the care she has taken of her body. She has eaten right, exercised, and then goes through the childbirth experience.
Suddenly, she has a bouncing baby to care for, as well. She continues to eat right and exercise as much as she can. Typically, she nurses her baby for multiple months and really enjoys the bonding experience. Her body is slimming according to nature’s timetable, and her boobs seem full and lovely due to the ongoing milk supply.
At some point, a time which varies with personal choice, the new mother decides to wean her baby. If this is her first baby, she is in for a rude surprise. With the drying up of that final milk, she is suddenly faced with two unrecognizable protrusions on her chest.
Her boobs are not only empty of their pregnancy and lactating plumpness, but they are often smaller and of a different shape than even before pregnancy. What’s a mommy to do? Often, a woman will adjust. Perhaps she will pad her bra, wear a push up device or may try various personal training methods that include chest muscle building exercises.
But guess what? She is gradually left with the dawning realization that this is to be her new personal body experience, that of being a relatively flat chested woman.
Not only do the boobs smaller, but they too often resemble balloons that have shriveled over time. The unfortunate fact is, American culture is not so kind to the flat chest woman. We like our women curvy and voluptuous.
The loss of breast size and robustness is a hard adjustment in our society. Many women suffer wounded self esteem, marital problems, and no longer look attractive in and out of their clothes.
Many mommies decide that when they’ve finally given birth to their last child, they will treat themselves to the huge self esteem boost of breast augmentation. It’s a gift that they give to themselves.
What does a breast augmentation entail? The surgeon makes an incision in either the armpit area, under the nipple or below the breast. Each of these incision sites are designed to make the scar nearly invisible.
Next, an implant is placed either under the tissue or behind the pectoral muscle wall. The implant is a curved device that is filled with either a saline solution or a silicon solution. Each of these choices is made depending on physician and patient preference, body type, age, skin and results desired.
At the end, after their recovery, mommies report being very happy campers. They have their healthy and loveable growing children, their once again lusty husbands, and most importantly, pleasure at having their attractive bodies and breasts back.