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Posted by: cc | 2011/10/06

breast

during diet''ing a persons skin around the breast get rinkly and saggy. How can I prevent this?

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Dear CC
It is unfortunate when you diet to lose weight and you lose your subcutaneous fat, that your skin can become wrinkly and sag. It is sometimes possible to prevent this from happening in areas that have a high percentage of muscle tissue by doing exercises (e.g. the tummy area by doing sit-ups, etc), but the breasts tend not to have a high percentage of muscle tissue so this is an area of the body where it is difficult to prevent wrinkling. If the wrinkling is severe and bothersome, then it may be a good idea to consult a plastic surgeon.
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DietDoc

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Posted by: DietDoc | 2011/10/06

Dear CC
It is unfortunate when you diet to lose weight and you lose your subcutaneous fat, that your skin can become wrinkly and sag. It is sometimes possible to prevent this from happening in areas that have a high percentage of muscle tissue by doing exercises (e.g. the tummy area by doing sit-ups, etc), but the breasts tend not to have a high percentage of muscle tissue so this is an area of the body where it is difficult to prevent wrinkling. If the wrinkling is severe and bothersome, then it may be a good idea to consult a plastic surgeon.
Best regards
DietDoc

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