Our expert says:
Actually, I think there are different aspects to consider here. One is the purely physical. Some breasts are indeed unusually large, to the point that ( seriosuly ) they can cause backache and discomfort to the owner, and yhey may be beyond the point that even the most ambitious man might lust for. In such cases, surgery is possible, to diminish the overall size of the breasts, towards a more convenient size --- but complications can occur, and the result isn't always what you may have hoped for.
The other important aspect is that your attitude towards your breasts may be the main actual cause of your unhappiness --- maybe developing noticeable breasts so young caused embarassment, etc, at school ( kids can be so darn cruel ) --- and this may have left you with an unhappiness focussed on your breasts. But this needs to be dealt with in counselling, otherwise you could have your breasts halved or quartered in size, by te most exquisitely artistic surgery --- and STILl feel uncomfortable and embarrassed about them. Seeking a physical remedy without the mental remedy can enlarge the problem, and the wise plastic surgeon asks you to get a psychiatric assessment before seriously considering surgery.
Generally, plastic surgery is little available except in the expensive private sector. But if the breasts are truly too large for your own health and comfort, it is possible that the plastic surgeons attached to your nearest medical school might be prepared to consier surgery at the more affordable state, means-tested, rates.
And finally, Eve raises some important points ( sorry if that sounds like a pun !) --- breasts can be perked up and improved by exercise, not only as part of some gneral fitness and weightloss, but by some focus on the muscles underlying them, improving their infrastructure, as it were.
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